Friday, February 12, 2016
Kissed by a Cowboy
Cassidy was looking for a home and a place to belong . . . not for a cowboy to steal her heart.
Having lived through her parents’ endless string of “matrimonial bliss gone wrong,” Cassidy Starr knows when the odds are not in her favor. Divorced and humiliated, her faith on rocky ground, Cassidy is through with love. She’s been bucked off that horse far too many times. Instead, she returns to Wishing Springs, Texas, and the rundown farm she’s inherited from her great aunt Roxie. She’ll reopen the strawberry farm and a bed & breakfast and follow in her aunt’s footsteps, remaining forever-independent, happy . . . and single.
Rancher Jarrod Monahan’s hands are full running the ranch, looking after his ailing grandfather, and chasing down a group of rustlers on the loose. He’s pushed his longing for a family to the bottom of his list of priorities. Besides, he was in love once but ran scared and lost his shot at happiness. But suddenly, the biggest regret of his life has moved in next door with a wounded heart, determined to become a spinster . . . and that’s a challenge that Jarrod can’t pass up.
Jarrod sets his mind to breaking down the walls around Cassidy’s stubborn heart. How can he show her that a cowboy’s kiss lasts forever? For the good folks of Wishing Springs, falling in love has never been so much fun to witness.
My thoughts: I loved returning to this series! The town that it is set in is full of some fun, quirky characters.;)
I seem to have a thing going for books about couples who should of got together when they were young, but didn't.:) I didn't do that on purpose! This one was a bit different than Change of Heart, since the couple were actually a couple before circumstances pulled them apart. Now that they both have some hurts and regrets behind them, they are trying to start anew. It is a fun story of unlikely second chances! The only sad thing about this book is that it is the final one in the series.
I received this book from Litfuse in exchange for my honest review.
Posted by Inklings and Notions at 5:02 PM
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