MONTANA DAWN by Caroline Fyffe, (c) 2010. This cowboy romance travels down a bumpy road as do all romances as you may have noticed the formula by now. Heavily pregnant Faith Brown is a young widow in the throes of labor during a thunder storm when Luke McCutcheon finds her in her wagon. Her horses are gone and her stepson Colton fearing Luke will hurt them bangs him on the head with a cast iron skillet. Luke ends up delivering the baby who he named Dawn. Now the couple are not in love yet. Luke needs to find out what or who she’s running from and of course that takes up the whole story. I did enjoy this book and I’m sure you will too.
HARVEST at MUSTANG RIDGE by Jesse Hayworth, (c)2014. This cowboy and cowgirl romance is your typical “Second chance at love” novel. It was a pleasant read! I just don’t have the inclination to write much more about it today.
MORNING LIGHT by Catherine Anderson, (c)2008. Here’s another story about a psychic named Loni MacEwen and cowboy named Clint Harrigan who fall in love while they search for a missing 8 year old boy who happens to be the son of the cowboy. The thing is the Clint didn’t even know the child existed until the Loni searched him out. Of course he thought she was crazy and his Catholic upbringing warned against psychics so they had a rough beginning. Of course they fall in love. Need I say more?
NOTE: It was enjoyable but predictable as most romance novels are.
THE MARRIAGE PACT by Linda Lael Miller, 2014. This Harlequin romance promises to be full of sizzling sex because most of Linda Lael Miller’s books are. This is the story of Hadleigh Stevens, who’s wedding at age 18 is interrupted by Tripp Galloway, her brother’s best friend. You see he didn’t want her to make a big mistake. Here it is 10 years later and Hadleigh is finally ready to find Mr. Right, but a divorced Tripp continues meddling in that project too, and she finds she’s just as attracted to Tripp as she always was in the past. You see Tripp has come home to help his ailing father with his ranch, and he has decided he wants Hadleigh all to himself.
NOTE: I don’t think I’m going to read this at this time. I don’t seems to like it after all. I’ll just save for something to read when I desperate for a book to read.
THE LAST TRUE COWBOY by Kathleen Eagle, 1998. I admit the title sounds corny, but it’s a good book. Not a GREAT book but a good one. I’m over half done with tale about the “Horse whisperer” and the family he helps in Wyoming. It takes place on a ranch in the mountains and covers, wild mustangs and AIDS and sisters who disagree and a on old grandma who’s trying to keep her ranch. Anyway I do recommend it.