THE COWBOY AND THE PRINCESS by Lori Wilde
The Cowboy and the Princess by Lori Wilde
Jubilee, Texas, Book 2
Reviewed by Miranda
Princess Annabella of Monesta is looking for a little freedom from her royal duties. She’s due to take vows in an arranged marriage in a month. She’s willing to do her duty for her country but she wants to experience true freedom first. And it’s that desire that has her calling herself Annie while hitchhiking on the side of a rainy Texas road.
Brady Talmadge loves his life of the road bouncing from one horse whispering job to another. There is nothing quite like having your home trail behind you. He’s headed back to Jubilee to help out a friend when he runs across a beautiful hitchhiker. Now picking up a pretty hitchhiker is one of Brady’s unbreakable rules but there is something about this hitchhiker that forces Brady to break his own rule. It doesn’t take Brady long to figure out that the longer he stays near Annie the more likely he will be breaking all of his unbreakable rules.
Annie and Brady both learn a lot of life lessons while in Jubilee. Will they be able to claim their hearts desire or will outside forces keep these two from finding a happily ever after?
Lori Wilde’s The Cowboy and the Princess enamors the reader from page one with its outstanding characters and wonderful plotline. I absolutely love this story! I could not get enough of Annie and Brady! It is so fun experiencing things with Annie. She is a complete novice learning everything as she goes along. It is the little things that made me smile and joyous for her. Brady is a cowboy of the finest caliber. He will make your heart melt. He is so set on never planting his roots anywhere but he’s never been given a better reason to find a place to do that until now. Brady’s story is excellent. Ms. Wilde has given her characters their own individual strength of character and I enjoy the fact that neither Annie nor Brady’s lives are constantly intertwined from the beginning. They are both forced to plot their own course so they may find the right path that leads to happiness with each other.
It is exciting to revisit the town of Jubilee in The Cowboy and the Princess. I loved getting a look at where the characters I have fallen in love with are now. This title can be read as a stand-alone book but I recommend reading the first book The Cowboy takes a Bride because it’s so darn good!
If you love western’s that feature wholesome characters and splendid romances grab a copy of The Cowboy and the Princess today. You will not be disappointed in this beautiful novel!