Friday, September 4, 2015

Don't Count on that Cowboy

Counting on a Cowboy
Counting on a Cowboy (Thomas Nelson, August 2015)
After losing everything she held dear, Abby never wants to love again. But a certain cowboy may just spur her to wonder if love might be worth the risk.
Running from a past that haunts her, Abby Knightly is drawn to the cozy town of Wishing Springs, Texas. Maybe this small town could offer hope and healing and a future for Abby . . . if she’s brave enough to reach out and take it by the reins.
Bo Monahan isn’t interested in the new romantic destination his little town has become—or the women who might be looking at him like he’s their next Mr. Right. Between taking care of his Pops and his growing stirrup business, he isn’t looking for serious romantic commitments. But when the infant son he never knew about shows up at his doorstep, his world is turned upside down.
This confirmed bachelor might not think he needs a wife, but he sure needs help. Even Abby can see that, and despite her best efforts to keep her distance, she can’t help but be drawn to this new father-son duo. As Abby throws herself into helping Bo navigate fatherhood, hope sparks between them, revealing that maybe, just maybe, they can navigate their dark pasts and emerge together into a future as bright as the Texas sun itself.

My Review:
Grab your saddle, your cowboy and sink into the couch because you won't be spending time on the ranch when you get your hands into this book. You think you've got some issues? Then you haven't read the second installment of this series! "Counting on a Cowboy" has characters full of deep sorrows. This book is sure to have you in tears as your emotions are turned upside down by Abby's story.  A unexpected adventure shows up at Bo's house, but he is unsure if Maggie and Tru will be able to accept it? Can Abby walk a new path despite losing everything, even after making some awful mistakes? Does God walk with her through the problem? Overall, the story isn't about a romance, but about a woman who walked through a difficult storm in her life and how God can take all of her shattered pieces and make her whole again. If you're going through a difficult season or know someone who is, even a fiction book can give HOPE! This book gives the message of HOPE and God is never to FAR from our reach! 
Thank you to Thomas Nelson for allowing me to review this book. I was not compensated for a positive review, but was given this book for review purposes only. 
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Andrew Storm said...

Giddy up! Hehaw! That's one great review sweet lady

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