Colton Cowboy Hideout + Ribs

New York Times bestselling author Carla Cassidy kicks off another gripping Colton romance in cowboy country! 

After years in hiding, Josie Colton has her life back. But to settle a family promise, she must find an old clue buried at the Colton Valley Ranch. She enlists the help of ranch foreman Tanner Grange—in exchange for working as his twin toddlers' new nanny. On their search, the single dad soon begins to lasso Josie's heart.

Tanner agrees to assist Josie and is alarmed by how the Colton beauty fits so perfectly into his life. He's got his hands full investigating the disappearance of his boss and caring for his little girls. When it's clear someone will kill to stop Josie from uncovering the clue, Tanner vows to protect her…for life!  

My Review

I am a fan of cowboy stories. Thus the reason I wanted to read this book. Plus, I am familiar with this publishing line from Harlequin. This book is part of a series, The Coltons of Texas. I have not read the other books in this series but this one can be read as a stand alone novel. Although I thought this was a charming read, that is all it was for me. I did not feel the strong, intensity connection between Josie and Tanner. Even when they had sex, I had no reaction either way. In addition, the mystery side of the story also was not as entertaining as I would have hoped it to be. Yet, this is a quick read. I did learn some about the Colton family and I might try another one of these books in the series.

Carla Cassidy’s Cowboy Finger Licking Good Ribs


4 lbs pork ribs

Your favorite pork rub (I use Grill Mates Pork Rub or

Grill Mates Applewood Rub)

Liquid Smoke

Your favorite barbecue sauce (I love Ott’s Silver Dollar  

City Sweet Hickory)


Preheat oven to 300 degrees.
Peel off membrane that covers the bony side of the ribs.
Rub with a little bit of liquid smoke and the pork rub.
Come and get it cowboys!                          Wrap in aluminum foil and place on baking sheet and         
                                                                         bake for 2 ½ hours or until meat starts to shrink away                  
                                                                         from bones.
                                                                         Heat broiler. Arrange ribs on broiler pan and brush with  
                                                                                        sauce. Turn over and repeat.
                                                                                         Broil until sauce is bubbly and cooked on.








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