Cowboy at Heart by Lori Copeland and Virginia Smith ~ Review

A Cowboy at Heart

Lucie's Review:

The third in a series, A Cowboy at Heart is the perfect conclusion to a wonderful and completely original series that blends the tales of  the old west with the Amish and their way of life.

While it might be easier to understand what's going on in this book if you have read the previous books, it isn't entirely nescessary, though you won't want to miss the first two books either!

Jonas wakes up one day to find a fence accross his land cutting him off from the water for his crops and livestock. Littlefield is an ambitious man who is trying to cheat the Amish out of their land, because he knows they are a peaceful people and would never fight his over it. Meanwhile there are multiple other story threads throughout that follow different members of the community, like Katie and her growing affection for a reformed drunk, Jesse.

This book had a full cast of characters, from Jesse's horse to a spirited grandma. I loved how this book tied up all of the character's stories and how characters from the first few books showed up again as well. This book was a wonderful mix of fun, faith, adventure, conflict, romance, that made up this enjoyable Amish/Western read.

Overall, a great book, and a wonderful series that I would happily recommend!

I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks!

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