Cherishing the Cowgirl by Jody Hedlund // Review

My Review: 

Sparks fly in this forced-proximity, grumpy-sunshine Western romance full of adventure!

Charity Courtney reluctantly accepts Hudson Vanderwater's offer of help to save the place that she and her sisters call home. Charity is the oldest of the sisters and as such shoulders much of the responsibility for keeping a roof over their heads, but when the bank threatens to foreclose on their boarding house she finds she has no other choice. I admired her bravery in trying new things, and standing up in the face of rumors. 

This was a fun romantic read, with great romantic chemistry between Hudson and Charity. Though I think that my favorite character had to be Ronald. Ronald was an intuitive man, he always had Hudson's back, but also didn't shy away from telling him like it was. 

Overall, story and loved the fast moving plot, and adventure mixed with the romance. Highly enjoyable! It was fun getting to know the Courtney Sisters better, and I can't wait to see what is in store for Felicity and Patience!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

*All of the books in the Colorado Cowgirls series are sweet, closed-door romances with plenty of sizzle. The inspirational themes are light, and the romance is the main focus of the books.

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