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by Cathy McDavid

Genre: Series, Harlequin American Romance, Current Series Imprints

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DUSTY: WILD COWBOY (4.5) by Cathy McDavid: Dusty Cody ran on the wild side until he found out he was a dad. Since then his life has changed and never more so than when Maryanne Devonshire enters his life. A PR rep for an eco-company, Maryanne is vacationing with her father when she and Dusty meet, but the wild cowboy and the relationship-wary Maryanne will have to trust each other to move the relationship forward. Dusty and Maryanne are wonderful, and by turns charming and stubborn. The rest of Dusty’s family is as rowdy as ever.

Reviewed By: Pat Cooper

Publisher: HARLEQUIN

Published: August 2010

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Dusty: Wild Cowboy /The Codys First Family Of Rodeo/

Submitted by mlacroix on August 31, 2010 - 6:34pm.

.Dusty Cody is the black-sheep of the Cody family, but since the discovery that he has a son, Dusty is trying to take stock of his life and do what's right. Maryanne Devonshire is at cowboy college to make her father happy.She meets Dusty Cody and sparks fly. Everything cowboy is a mystery to Maryanne and everything about how to get his screenplay accepted by a producer is a mystery to Dusty. Dusty asks Maryanne to help him, and in return Dusty will help Maryanne's father realize his dream of becoming a calf roper. But things on the Cody ranch aren't all smooth going. Dusty has to hid his passion in order to keep the peace. And secrets that happened before he and his siblings were born come to light.

I loved this book. I really liked Dusty, he wasn't the careless cowboy that he had been show as in previous books. He had his own dreams separate from his parents dreams for him. Don't we all.

Dusty: Wild Cowboy

Submitted by hcabm on August 15, 2010 - 6:57am.

Dusty Cody is a man who is living with a complicated set of circumstances. His brother is married to the woman who has his child. They are trying to make the best of this situation.

Added to the mix is Maryanne Devonshire who is only visiting Marktown, Wyoming to support her fathers dream of learning to be a roper.

In addition to this will Dusty allow his dream career to be shot down by his family.

This is definitely a time when all things converge at one time in Dusty's life.

These are the factors that appealed to me about this story.

It is all about choices and how he resolve them.

I enjoyed it . However, it was not a highly intense story and it was a bit slow moving.