Her Lone Cowboy

Her Lone Cowboy He was looking for a quiet place to heal From the hair raising moment he rescues his neighbor s young son from an overprotective wild mare wounded vet Caleb Ransom knows he ll have no peace Living an

  • Title: Her Lone Cowboy
  • Author: Patricia Forsythe
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • He was looking for a quiet place to heal From the hair raising moment he rescues his neighbor s young son from an overprotective wild mare, wounded vet Caleb Ransom knows he ll have no peace Living an isolated existence on his Arizona cattle ranch is out of the question with the intrusive Delaney Reynolds around And once the single mother s little boy starts bondingHe was looking for a quiet place to heal From the hair raising moment he rescues his neighbor s young son from an overprotective wild mare, wounded vet Caleb Ransom knows he ll have no peace Living an isolated existence on his Arizona cattle ranch is out of the question with the intrusive Delaney Reynolds around And once the single mother s little boy starts bonding with Caleb s mutt, it may be time to surrender Because she s making Caleb yearn for something he didn t even know he wanted.

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    1. Her Lone Cowboy by Patricia Forsythe was an excellent book. Laney Reynolds has a four year old boy named Sam. She moved into a house in the country that her great uncle left her. It is next door to Caleb Ranson who likes being alone. He takes in horses that have been mistreated and adopts them out. He was in the war and injured. Bad leg and arm. He is still healing. Sam is a little four year old pistol. He tries so hard but still manage to get into trouble. Sam keeps sneaking out and going over [...]

    2. I am not going to be giving this book a star rating since I got about 27% in and I'm just not in the mood for it. It's just not working for me right now. I've added it to my save for later shelf to give it another shot at another time. :)

    3. I thoroughly enjoyed this story of loss and love and family. The main characters were very likable and Sam, the little boy with a fascination for cowboys, was adorable. A feel-good read.

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