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Every girl deserves a wild ride... New Yorker Cassie Bishop has one goal: produce the pilot episode of Try It On to get back in her boss’s good graces. She can handle a month of the dusty Texas outback, filming the social train wreck as a trust fund diva learns how to play cowgirl, if it means salvaging her career. But when the spoiled rich girl bails at the last minute Every girl deserves a wild ride... New Yorker Cassie Bishop has one goal: produce the pilot episode of Try It On to get back in her boss’s good graces. She can handle a month of the dusty Texas outback, filming the social train wreck as a trust fund diva learns how to play cowgirl, if it means salvaging her career. But when the spoiled rich girl bails at the last minute, Cassie has only one option—take her place. Can anyone say yee-haw? The only hitch is Ty Haywood, the real life, living breathing cowboy who is supposed to train her. He’s smart, funny, and makes a western shirt look tastier than a bag of hot candied cashews. Too bad he’s so deeply rooted in his Texas home. As the film rolls, Cassie finds herself falling for the hunky cowboy, the raw beauty of the country, and the rhythm of small town life where city pressures—and ulcer medicine— are distant memories. When the month is up and the shoot wraps, will the city girl return home? Or will love and friendships convince her to give country life a try?


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Every girl deserves a wild ride... New Yorker Cassie Bishop has one goal: produce the pilot episode of Try It On to get back in her boss’s good graces. She can handle a month of the dusty Texas outback, filming the social train wreck as a trust fund diva learns how to play cowgirl, if it means salvaging her career. But when the spoiled rich girl bails at the last minute Every girl deserves a wild ride... New Yorker Cassie Bishop has one goal: produce the pilot episode of Try It On to get back in her boss’s good graces. She can handle a month of the dusty Texas outback, filming the social train wreck as a trust fund diva learns how to play cowgirl, if it means salvaging her career. But when the spoiled rich girl bails at the last minute, Cassie has only one option—take her place. Can anyone say yee-haw? The only hitch is Ty Haywood, the real life, living breathing cowboy who is supposed to train her. He’s smart, funny, and makes a western shirt look tastier than a bag of hot candied cashews. Too bad he’s so deeply rooted in his Texas home. As the film rolls, Cassie finds herself falling for the hunky cowboy, the raw beauty of the country, and the rhythm of small town life where city pressures—and ulcer medicine— are distant memories. When the month is up and the shoot wraps, will the city girl return home? Or will love and friendships convince her to give country life a try?

30 review for Trying Texas

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dilsh Wijesinghe

    Another good story by TLC with a fresh story line TO ME. All the horse things, the plot twists, and of course, Cassie's attraction to Ty made the story very enjoyable and interesting to read. Another good story by TLC with a fresh story line TO ME. All the horse things, the plot twists, and of course, Cassie's attraction to Ty made the story very enjoyable and interesting to read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    Originally posted on Once Upon A Dream Books *Received a copy for an honest review.* Trying Texas is book three of Tera Lynn Child’s City Chicks series. I loved Eye Candy and Straight Stalk, so when the author offered me a chance to read and review this book too, I practically tripped over my cat to say yes. Trying Texas picked up a little after the disastrous, but fortunate for the last duo, events of book two. Her friend may have found love, Cassie has found trouble. Now she has one month to pr Originally posted on Once Upon A Dream Books *Received a copy for an honest review.* Trying Texas is book three of Tera Lynn Child’s City Chicks series. I loved Eye Candy and Straight Stalk, so when the author offered me a chance to read and review this book too, I practically tripped over my cat to say yes. Trying Texas picked up a little after the disastrous, but fortunate for the last duo, events of book two. Her friend may have found love, Cassie has found trouble. Now she has one month to prove this newest pilot was worth producing or she’ll be out of a job. The only problem was, the diva whose lifetime wish to be a cowgirl was a no show. Desperate, and more than a little stressed, Cassie decided to take her place as the girl who has to spend the next month learning just how life on a ranch worked. Once I got over the hiccup with my review copy (the chapters were out of order) I quickly dived right into the story. Trying Texas was just as cute and humorous as its predecessors. Everything I loved about the first two books worked its way into this one. I read part of this story already, back when the author published several chapters on her blog a bit ago. Those preview chapters of Trying was my first experience with Tera Lynn Child’s writing. Now that I read the final copy of the story, I was glad to see that all the things that drew me to the story and her writing in the first place remained strong in this version. Cassie was just as fun as she was before. You cannot help but admire the girl out of options who leapt in front of the camera to save her career. Personally, I would have said “adios” and got back in the car before I spent the next month with my every action on camera and having no say in what random shots the whole country would be seeing in the final product. But Cassie had a goal, and she was willing to endure a lot to achieve it. Of course, staring at delicious eye candy did not hurt matters any. Ty was so loveable. He was this touch cowboy figure, and at the same time, he was the guy who cancelled his life to hop on a plain and come home when his sister needed him. I’d forgotten my love of cowboys until I was watching Ty teach Cassie how to ride. His calm, sexy confidence was certainly swoon worthy! While this series is light and fluffy chick lit (and I do not mean anything bad by that phrase) this book resonated with me more than the other two. Maybe it was her profession and my secret love for the communication arts, or maybe it was Cassie herself, but I really felt this book. Somewhere along the way, Cassie got stuck and her dreams slipped away. Trying Texas reminds us that these dreams never really die and sometimes it takes something unlikely and unpleasant to force us to reevaluate our priorities. Words To Live By • “I was under no misconception that this was anything less than a sudden death probation. I had to make Try It On a success.” (Cassie) • “I looked at him -his blue eyes sparkling and twin dimples accenting his smile, his hand still enveloping mine- and I felt it. Every nerve ending in my body felt it. That punch in the gut that told me I was in deep trouble. Texas-sized trouble.” (Cassie) • “And the craziest part was that I wasn’t entirely, one hundred percent certain what I was going to say. I knew what I wanted to say, what I thought I should say. I just didn’t know if that was what would come out of my mouth at any given time.” (Cassie) • “I didn’t need to see what I was leaving behind, and I already knew where I was going. For once, I took a deep breath and enjoyed being exactly where I was in that moment.” (Cassie) Overall If you are looking for a fun, quick read with dashing cowboys and strong heroines, then Trying Texas may be the book you are looking for. Overall, even though it was predictable, I really enjoyed this book. With the end of book three, the last of our heroines have found their matches so I believe this series is over. But I the author were to write more in this setting, I would certainly be interested in reading it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jessie

    Cassie is a TV exec from New York City. After her TV show crashes and burns, she's given one last chance to redeem herself with a show called Try It On. People can live out their fantasies by trying the life they've always wanted. When the socialite who wanted to be a cowgirl doesn't show up, Cassie finds herself in the wilds of Texas with her job on the line. She decides to do the only thing she can and act the part of the wannabe cowgirl herself. It helps that she has a good trainer, Tyler, wh Cassie is a TV exec from New York City. After her TV show crashes and burns, she's given one last chance to redeem herself with a show called Try It On. People can live out their fantasies by trying the life they've always wanted. When the socialite who wanted to be a cowgirl doesn't show up, Cassie finds herself in the wilds of Texas with her job on the line. She decides to do the only thing she can and act the part of the wannabe cowgirl herself. It helps that she has a good trainer, Tyler, who is also incredibly hot. Can he turn this city girl into a cowgirl? If he does, will she ever want to leave? Trying Texas was a fun! light-hearted read. Some might say it's predictable, but most romances are :). I loved the chemistry between Cassie and Ty, and watching Ty's sister, Genevieve, egg them on. The descriptions of life on the ranch made me wish I could live there too. While Trying Texas is part of a series, the books can be read independently. Eye Candy was completely unrelated to Trying Texas (and is my least favorite in the series), Straight Stalk is about Cassie's failed TV show, and focuses on her friend Bethany. It could provide more background information, but you don't have to read it first. Content: pretty clean (the cleanest of the series), kissing, mild innuendo

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gayle

    Trying Texas is a fun, sweet and flirty chick lit from Tera Lynn Childs. I love her young adult series Sweet Venom, so I thought I would give this book a try. This is the third book in the City Chick series, but I started with this one, and really enjoyed it. I will take a look at the earlier ones in this series, which are Eye Candy, and Straight Stalk. Trying Texas is a fun, sweet and flirty chick lit from Tera Lynn Childs. I love her young adult series Sweet Venom, so I thought I would give this book a try. This is the third book in the City Chick series, but I started with this one, and really enjoyed it. I will take a look at the earlier ones in this series, which are Eye Candy, and Straight Stalk.

  5. 5 out of 5

    nicole nowak

    after devouring the forgive my fins series i was a bit thrown by how different the contexts were for these books. I am more of a syfy YA reader and this took a bit of getting used to. I will agree with some of the other reviewers that the candy addiction is kind of a weird angle, but who doesn't love a good story about make believe boyfriends having to come to life and fool the world. but a little to many candy reverences for my taste after devouring the forgive my fins series i was a bit thrown by how different the contexts were for these books. I am more of a syfy YA reader and this took a bit of getting used to. I will agree with some of the other reviewers that the candy addiction is kind of a weird angle, but who doesn't love a good story about make believe boyfriends having to come to life and fool the world. but a little to many candy reverences for my taste

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    This was such a fun, feel-good read. I'm already a sucker for a fish-out-of-water/ city girl goes country type of story, but it wast the voice, and Cassie, Ty and Genevieve, and big heart in this book that really won me over. If you like your chick lit with a little less Prada and lot more cowboys, this one's for you. Also, I'm really hoping that the next book in the series is about Genevieve. This was such a fun, feel-good read. I'm already a sucker for a fish-out-of-water/ city girl goes country type of story, but it wast the voice, and Cassie, Ty and Genevieve, and big heart in this book that really won me over. If you like your chick lit with a little less Prada and lot more cowboys, this one's for you. Also, I'm really hoping that the next book in the series is about Genevieve.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    3.5 stars A fun, easy read of the city girl falls for the good looking cowboy. I liked it, the chemistry between the two just needed a little more zing for me. I think I have just read too many 'TV show' books lately! Content:clean, a few kisses and mild innuendo. 3.5 stars A fun, easy read of the city girl falls for the good looking cowboy. I liked it, the chemistry between the two just needed a little more zing for me. I think I have just read too many 'TV show' books lately! Content:clean, a few kisses and mild innuendo.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Taz

    A very sweet romance about two people from very different worlds.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Abigail

  10. 5 out of 5

    Bibliongirl

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlin

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kate

  13. 4 out of 5

    Anna

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lizzie Rogers

  15. 4 out of 5

    Miki Garrison

  16. 5 out of 5

    Mariah

  17. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

  18. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

  19. 5 out of 5

    Selly Tan

  20. 4 out of 5

    Cassie Johnson

  21. 5 out of 5

    Colette

  22. 4 out of 5

    Cali

  23. 5 out of 5

    Angela

  24. 5 out of 5

    Z

  25. 4 out of 5

    Moord Droom

  26. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

  27. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Parray

  28. 4 out of 5

    Amy S

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jess

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lark Brennan

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