Filled with humor, mystery, adventure, and romance, these nine novellas tell of honorable men and women who dared to make a living off the land, living in the wild west.
I liked Bat's dog Woolly who comes to save the day in The Cowboy Poet. And it's a misunderstanding that starts it all for Jackson and Lily, in For a Song, when he asks for songbirds, and instead gets women who can sing.
I liked the hero in Crazy About Cait, Jonas, who has come to faith and turned his life around since then. He wants to show Cait that he has changed.
Love comes at unexpected times like in Love's Sweet Storm, when Addie takes shelter from a storm and when a half frozen cowboy shows up she nurses him back to health. Will Addie be able to keep her prior commitment?
The Reformed Cowboy, Wes, has been writing to Millie for years, and when he hears that she is teaching a class on manners he decides to sign up under a different name and meet her. But as more problems occurs, the moment of truth draws near.
I really liked the mother in A Texan's Surprise, she brings Sadie and her girls with her to visit her son Trey--without telling him that they are coming. She wants him to teach Sadie to be a proper rancher's wife, will Trey finally pick up on what his mother's been hinting at all along?
I loved The Wrangler's Woman, and it as probably one of my favorites, Corra agrees to teach Josiah's daughter to be a lady. I like the way that Corra doesn't expect Jess to totally change who she is, and reads the Bible every night.
The Cowboy Competition made me want a horse just like one of the book's heroes, the horse Blaze, that Toby trained himself.
The dialog was fantastic in The Cowgirl's Lasso, CJ comes to the Desert Pony Ranch to work as it's new foreman, but the owner still wants to control everything, can the two find a way to work together?
Overall, a fantastic read, all of the stories were enjoyable and new to me. This is a great read for anyone who enjoys a western romance.
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