The one who got away was here all along.
When I’m abandoned at a party and find myself in a vulnerable situation, a stranger rescues me. I want to thank him, but I have no memory of his face, only a text telling my housemate that he’s a cowboy with a pretty face. That’s not a lot to go on.
I’ve build him up as a fantasy in my head, but when a flirtatious ranch hand makes his interest clear, I have to choose between clinging to a memory, one that’s fuzzy at best, and embracing the present.
A real-life cowboy is better than a dream. Right? What if I’m wrong about that?
Final Notes:4.9/5 Stars! I believe that sometimes there are times when we overlook everything and everyone. This is one of the most ingenious ways for two people to meet and then have trouble getting to a second date. In the days of technology, there are times when the romance and the randomness of life seem to have slipped us by, and this was a fun reminder of days that seemed to have gone by yet can still happen today. The way they love is so sweet, and Jasmine finally sees Tyler for who he is, the cowboy who is a real “Prince Charming”, it is such a sweet and wonderful story that I hope to find again when I read Ms. Carrington’s work. I cannot wait to find another book from her!
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Until Next time, AGirlandHerTablet is off for another adventure!