"The holiday season is a good time to find love."
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted November 1, 2017
Holiday | Romance Western | Romance Holiday
Ah, Twilight Texas where the rubber meets the road or should
I say where there is just a bit of heaven. Twilight has
attracted a very eclectic group of characters over the years
-- and I mean that in a good way -- and in COWBOY IT'S COLD
OUTSIDE Lori Wilde introduces us to two that will capture
your heart and imagination from the first note.
In COWBOY IT'S COLD OUTSIDE Lori Wilde tackles two major
life issues. First would be Cash Colton and his creative
juices drying up at a very bad time. All sources would say
that his recent breakup with not only his longtime
girlfriend but also his band is at the root of his problem.
But there is more than what meets the eye.
What immediately catches this handsome, talented, country
western star is none other than Twilight's very own Paige
MacGregor. Sweet, caring and nurturing Paige's life has been
focused on taking care of people. First her father and now
watching over her grandmother with Alzheimer. Paige had
tried her hand at finding love but the conman she met and
gave her heart to found Paige quite an easy mark. Now broke
she returns home where people are kind and love her and most
important they can be trusted -- so important to Paige.
Paige is also immediately struck by her physical reactions
to Cash who she clearly doesn't recognize as a recording
star. But Cash is in Twilight as a favor to Emma -- a mutual
friend of both Cash and Paige.
COWBOY ITS COLD OUTSIDE is another sweet tale about a
special town where the matchmaker cookies play a somewhat
tertiary role in helping people find their special someone.
Silly, sweet and charming -- well that can describe a lot of
folk in Twilight Texas or you can believe that true love
sometimes needs a gentle nudge and never let it be said that
these characters are shy about intruding in the love lives
of their neighbors and friends.
Perhaps a little tongue in cheek but there's nothing wrong
with believing that a bunch of homemade cookies have magical
romantic properties -- is there?
No one can help but full in love with Paige. Cash sees her
as his muse -- just what he needs to reset his creative
juices -- but we know better. Paige is what Cash needs in
his life -- period. Cash needs to get some bad advice out of
his head and open his mind and heart to loving someone. Take
a chance on love and trust -- good advice for both Paige and
Sure enough, Cash starts gathering melodies and lyrics in
his head whenever Paige is around. But those juices are
flowing and Cash is delighted with his ability to meet his
contract obligations. Paige is becoming important in many
ways. Now it's just a matter of these two trusting their
mutual attraction. Twilight is just the place for that to
happen and Lori Wilde is the best author to bring us this
lovely tale. Lori Wilde hasn't missed a beat with any of the
Texas stories and she has another hit with COWBOY ITS
Wearing a too-tight “Santa Baby” costume held in by a
double pair of Spanx, Paige MacGregor runs headlong into
a gorgeous, grey-eyed hunk of a long, tall cowboy. And
not just any cowboy, but country-western star Cash
Colton, visiting Twilight to perform in a charity
concert. Most women would melt at his feet, but Paige
knows all too much about self-assured men with cocky
attitudes, so she tells him to get lost.
Cash is in town, nursing his own broken heart, but Paige
has knocked him off his feet. He’s convinced she’s
perfect—someone to inspire his music and share his now-
empty bed. True, he’s not marriage material, but he’s
determined to convince her that they’re perfect together—
at least for a while. But what he doesn’t count on is
falling in love with the one woman who isn’t about to
give him the time of day!
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