How to Wrangle a Cowboy

Lindsey Ward is shocked when her grandfather leaves his ranch to her, complete with a ranch foreman who s difficult and annoyingly attractive Lindsey thinks she has no choice but to sell the ranch, but Shane Lockhart is determined to change her mind Shane is determined that working and living at the Ward ranch is the only way to raise his young son properly In order to sLindsey Ward is shocked when her grandfather leaves his ranch to her, complete with a ranch foreman who s difficult and annoyingly attractive Lindsey thinks she has no choice but to sell the ranch, but Shane Lockhart is determined to change her mind Shane is determined that working and living at the Ward ranch is the only way to raise his young son properly In order to stay at the ranch he calls home, Shane will have to warm the heart of the most stubborn, appealing woman he s ever met opening up his own heart in the process.
How to Wrangle a Cowboy Lindsey Ward is shocked when her grandfather leaves his ranch to her complete with a ranch foreman who s difficult and annoyingly attractive Lindsey thinks she has no choice but to sell the ranch bu

  • Title: How to Wrangle a Cowboy
  • Author: Joanne Kennedy
  • ISBN: 9781402283727
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    Joanne Kennedy

    Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001Laramie CountyBooks Most Recent Publications First Author Website joannekennedybooksAuthor Email Joanne JoanneKennedyBooksFacebook facebook pages Joanne Kennedy Books 114277591920110Biographical and Professional InformationJoanne Kennedy s fascination with Wyoming s unique blend of past and present leads her to write contemporary Western romances with traditional ranch settings Her books include Cowboy Trouble, Cowboy Fever, and 2011 RITA nominee One Fine Cowboy Her next book, Tall, Dark Cowboy, will be released in November 2011 Two contemporary western romances will be released in 2012 At various times, Joanne dabbled in horse training, chicken farming, and bridezilla wrangling at a department store wedding registry Themes that have remained constant throughout her life are Jack Russell terriers, a tendency to confuse fiction with real life, and a fascination with literature that led to careers in bookselling and writing She lives in Cheyenne, Wyoming with two dogs and a retired fighter pilot The dogs are relatively well behaved.A member of Romance Writers of America and Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, Joanne loves to hear from readers and can be reached through her website, joannekennedybooks Speaking EngagementsJoanne is available for speaking engagements on writing, romance, and the West She teaches writing workshops including Finding Resonant Endings, Starting and Structuring Your Novel, The Strategic Synopsis and other topics related to

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    • Beth said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      Lindsay Ward is finally returning home. Unfortunately, it’s for her grandfather’s funeral. She left the ranch years ago when her and her grandfather had a blow out about Lindsey’s fiancée. When Lindsey chose to marry her fiancée, her grandfather disowned her. It was a rash actions that left a lot of hurt in its wake. Lindsay is shocked to discover that her grandfather left her sole owner of her grandfather’s ranch even though her grandmother is still alive. Lindsay must decide what is [...]

    • Irene said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      3 starsHow to Wrangle a Cowboy was an OK read.While I enjoyed the storyline and the relationship between Lindsey and Shane, my enjoyment was affected by how wordy this read turned out to be. It felt like the inner dialogue went on far too long to be realistic and o.m.g did Shane jump to conclusions and in a negative way. I found myself frustrated and talking to my kindle telling Shane to go talk to Lindsey instead of jumping to assume the worse sighWhat I did love was the secondary characters, e [...]

    • Anna's Herding Cats said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup.Cowboys! I love cowboys. And I was kind of digging the set up on this one. After her long estranged grand dad passed away Lindsey's come back home for the funeral only to find out she's now the new owner of a sprawling family ranch. Even worse? She's gotta deal with the ranch foreman who just rubs her wrong. She's sure he's trying to con her grandmom. And his feelings aren't much more friendly towards her and her intentions. That could totally lead to [...]

    • Jonel Boyko said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      Kennedy writes romance that’s real and characters that capture your heart. Her vibrant descriptions easily transport readers to this fantastic area where families stick together and working the land still means something. The plot of the novel is very character driven, creating an emotional yet extremely fun tale that I couldn’t put down. I loved feeling as if I were part of this story while I was lost in its pages. Cowboys are a breed apart. Kennedy definitely proves that with this novel. S [...]

    • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      Shelly's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsThis being book 3 in the Decker Ranch series, had me a little leery about reading it out of order, but I found I had no problem reading this as a stand alone even though it was part of a series. Lindsey has her life turned upside down when she finds out her Grandfather left her his ranch, with foreman included. The last time she saw him she left things in a bad way and feels guilty she never had a chance to get her forgiveness from him and l [...]

    • Teresa said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      This book had really good promise and started out interesting enough for me. Then, about halfway through it started to get rushed and choppy. I liked the characters, especially Cody, and the storyline had some interesting plot points. But, there seemed to be something disconnected in the writer's style of writing.

    • Kathy said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      The final installment in Joanne Kennedy's heartwarming Cowboys of Decker Ranch series, How to Wrangle a Cowboy is a sweet love story that is healing and uplifting.Lindsey Ward and her grandfather Bud parted on bitter terms and unfortunately he passed away before they could mend the rift between them. Despite their estrangement, she is stunned to discover she will inherit the family ranch instead of her beloved grandmother, Grace. Lindsey is disillusioned by a stranger's claim against the estate [...]

    • Home. Love. Books. said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      To read this review and others like it check out my site at homelovebooks Ah cowboys, in the words of the Dixie Chicks, cowboy take me away. I love cowboys, maybe it is because I grew up in Texas and I met my husband on a farm with cows and horses, who knows, but I love em. So when this book popped up, I was ready to go. Unfortunately for me, this book just did not work for me at all. So the number one reason why this book didn't work for me was basically the writing style. The author often used [...]

    • Donna Repsher said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      I received and ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review and here it is.Although this is the third novel in the Cowboys of Decker Ranch series, it's the first one I've read, and for the most part I enjoyed it. Grace Ward has just lost her husband, the love of life for the past 50 years, who died in an accidental fall from a horse. At graveside with her stands Shane Lockhardt, her ranch foreman. Arriving late to the funeral is Grace's granddaughter, Lindsay, who's been estranged from her [...]

    • Vikki Vaught said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      Vikki’s MusingsThis is the first time I have read a book by Ms. Kennedy. When I received an invitation from the publisher to read How to Wrangle a Cowboy in exchange for an honest review, I found the book description intriguing, so decided to accept. I am so glad I did.Lindsey Ward comes back to Wyoming for her grandfather’s funeral. Although estranged, he wills her the ranch with the provision, her grandmother can reside at there for the rest of her life. Lindsey has an up and coming veteri [...]

    • Misty (Red's Romance Review's) said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      If hearing of the passing of her beloved grandfather wasn't shocking enough for Lindsey Ward, hearing that he left his ranch to her was enough to knock her world off of it's axis. The last time they saw one another things were definitely left on bitter terms, and for that Lindsey has carried a lot of regret, and frequently thought she should make amends with her grandfather. But now that he is gone she won't get that opportunity, which is almost more than she can bare, especially since the perso [...]

    • Marsha Spohn said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      Reviewed at Keeper BookshelfThere were moments when I enjoyed How To Wrangle A Cowboy. Moments. Yet the rest of the time spent in this world involved wanting to toss a Kindle against a soft surface (so I wouldn’t break it for the next book!), needing to have a serious talk with Lindsey about her convoluted ways of coming to the conclusion that Shane is a con man, and Shane’s inability to see the good in any freaking thing around him aside from his son. I just…(insert sigh) it could have be [...]

    • Diane said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      I think I can safely say there's not too much that's more appealing than a rough and rugged cowboy who also happens to be a single parent to a sweet little boy. And if he's a sexy ranch foreman who's taking care of business while looking after the elderly ranch owners, even better!Lindsey Ward left her grandparents' ranch years before after her granddad issued an ultimatum to not return if she married her fiancee. Even though her marriage fell apart, Lindsay never returned to the ranch until she [...]

    • Shelly said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      Lindsey has her life turned upside down when she finds out her Grandfather left her his ranch, with foreman included. The last time she saw him she left things in a bad way and feels guilty she never had a chance to get her forgiveness from him and let him know she got her life back in order. Now with the challenge of turning the ranch into something she can be proud of and her Grandfather would want is her challenge, but there are forces that are going to challenge her beliefs and herself.Shane [...]

    • Mary Strunk said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      This is the first book I read by the author and it was a good story. The author knows how to write to keep you focused & hooked into the story. This book is about second chances and how to get your cowboy that you always wanted.Lindsay comes back home after being gone for years. She didn't leave on the best terms with her grandma & grandpa all because of decisions she made. However, she is returning home to her grandpa's funeral and wishes that she could've talked to him before he passed [...]

    • Jackson D'Lynne said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      This book was my first by Ms. Kennedy, and I'm glad I read it. Though is started out slow, it picked up the pace and held it for the rest of the book.I loved the chemistry between Lindsey and Shane. It went from a slow simmer to an all out explosive mix -- they had sex on the dining room table, people! That's hot!I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED Shane's love and devotion to his son. When I read that he dropped everything at the age of 18 to chase after his baby-momma to get his son back, I nearly sobbed. H [...]

    • BookSnuggle said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      "How to Wrangle a Cowboy" by Joanne Kennedy is a contemporary western romance. This is book three in the "Decker Ranch" series. It can read as a standalone. This is veterinarian Lindsey Ward and ranch foreman Shane Lockhart 's story.Lindsey has a veterinarian practice in Charleston. She hasn't been home in a long time due to a disagreement with her grandfather. Lindsey's grandfather died and left her his Wyoming ranch. Shane is foreman on her grandfather's ranch. He wonders whether he will keep [...]

    • MarieBrown (Marie's Tempting Reads) said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      Marie's Tempting Reads Netgalley ARC Review:How To Wrangle A Cowboy by Joanne Kennedy was one of those books that had me smiling, scowling at the characters every now and then, and had me sighing in contentment. It was sweet, sexy, frisky, and downright fun! Shane and Lindsey were some seriously wonderful characters. Both had issues they needed to work out, and when they were in the same vicinity of one another sparks flew and tempers soared and soon, so did their passion! I really enjoyed this [...]

    • Dee said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      This book was difficult for me to stick with. It felt disjointed and forced and to be honest, I really didn't feel any attraction between Shane and Lindsey other than we are told that they are attracted to each other. They both were irrationally stubborn and refused to listen to each other or give each other the benefit of the doubt. There were many eye rolls on my part as I read this story.Both Shane and Lindsey jumped to love so fast that it didn't feel believable. Then, they both have trust i [...]

    • Debs said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      What a wonderful story of heart, perseverance, and romance. Although I have not read the other two in the series, I did not feel I had missed anything. Lindsey and Shane were both so scarred and scared of loving in this book. With the love of Lindsey's Grandmother, Shane's little boy, the people from the park, and of course the animals, you have a story that will melt your heart. I have to say, it was one of the most uplifting stories I have read in a very long time. I did love the bit of humor [...]

    • Lisa said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      You can find more reviews Mademoisellesnow BlogLindsay Ward has finally returned home, unfortunately it as for her grandfather’s funeral. After having a fight with her grandfather about her ex husband she hasn’t been back since. Lindsay is shocked to discover that her grandfather has left her the entire ranch. Now she needs to learn how to run it and make her own dreams come true with her foreman, Shane.I felt that the beginning of the book was a little slow to start and the relationship bet [...]

    • Bernadette Long said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.Lindsey Ward returns to the Lazy Q Ranch in Wyoming after her grandfather's death and soon discovers that it is her inheritance from him. She remembers the ranch as a happy place from her childhood and she begins to recapture those happy and lighthearted moments again. Her foreman, Shane Lockhart, can't help but want to share her happiness but finds it much more difficult to embrace it completely. Now [...]

    • Bec - Book Magic: Under a spell with every page said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      Review Posted at HarlequinJunkieLindsey Ward is stunned by the fact that her late grandfather has left his ranch to her. She wasn’t expecting him to include her in his will, not after she made the worst decision of her life — choosing her fiancé over her family. However, the moment she takes control of the ranch, it seems she might not be able to keep it when someone blackmails her. By making her believe they have more of a claim on the property. Read More

    • Becky Burciaga said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      I can never get enough of cowboy meets heroine books and this one has just what I love to read about them. The Sparks that fly between Lindsey and Shane, are heart stopping, sigh worthy and at times funny. I enjoy a tried and true story with a twist and this one delivers. It is the first book I've read by this author, but definitely plan on searching out more by her. This book was provided through Netgalley for my honest review.

    • Heather andrews said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      I loved the chemistry between Lindsey and Shane, "she purred. “I was thinking you’re more of a man than I’m used to.” He flashed a predatory grin that told her she’d been right." Our girl sure is feisty, “it’s not a hobby, Shane. It’s a mission. And I’m doing it. I’m not letting any man stomp on my dreams, not ever again.” She kicked at a stone with the toe of her boot. “A hobby. Thanks for taking me seriously.” I enjoyed this book I loved Shane.

    • Book Gannet said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      DNF @ 50%I really tried with this book, but I had to put it down at halfway and can't bring myself to pick it up again. I really didn't like the way the heroine had no respect for the hero's work and loyalty to the farm, and I'm not particularly fond of the hero either. It just didn't grab me and reading it turned into a chore. Sorry, but this one just didn't work for me.

    • JoAnne said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      Read my review on RomanceJunkies by clicking on the link below:romancejunkiesreviews/I rated the book 4.5 but rounded up for .

    • Vicki said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      I liked the story but I gave it 4 stars because there was a lot of unnecessary silliness in this book. I just rolled my eyes and read on. Like I said I liked the story but I felt she could have left those lines or paragraphs completely out.

    • Heidi said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      What an awesome book I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish this books is sweet, sexy, downright frisky, and o so much fun!

    • Michelle Bewsey said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 23:25 PM

      Loved it!! I Love all of her books! Every one I have read I've read in 1 sitting cuz once I start I can't put it down! She is one of my favorite authors!!

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