A Cowboy of Convenience by Stacy Henrie ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

Vienna Howe left her abusive husband when she found out that she was pregnant, now she is working as a ranch cook and her daughter is 2 years old. She and her daughter, Hattie, are happy and safe, but when the sheriff delivers the news that her husband has died and his land is now her's, she decides to claim what is rightfully her's, to give her daughter a home.

Her employer's foreman, West McCall, offers to help Vienna and Hattie make their land profitable, and offers a marriage of convenience to make his staying on the property above reproach.

Will their marriage of convenience make a family of them yet?

West grew up in the city, and has been saving his money for a long time to start a dude ranch to show other city folks the beauty of living on the land. He knows that Vienna needs a plan in order to make ranching work for her and Hattie, and he offers to help them, introducing them to his friends who run a dude ranch. I love how he interacts with Hattie, listening and encouraging her, while showing her how to do things.

Seeing Hattie with West helps Vienna to deicide favor of marrying West. Shes sees how kind he is, and that her daughter needs a father. I like how West and Vienna work together to make their dream a reality.

Overall, a sweet book about second chances at love, and overcoming the past through faith. Hattie is a charming and delightful child, she brings life and touches of humor to the story. I liked the setting and the plotline, a sweet western romance.

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