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The Cowboy's Texas Family (Lone Star Cowboy League: Boys Ranch Book 4) Kindle Edition
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I was given a complimentary copy of this book by the author.
Nick, Darcy, and Corey were all very likable main characters. The romance was sweet as it grew between Nick and Darcy. Their mutual care and love for the boy, Corey, was special. It was hard to read that Nick felt that he would be a bad father based on his upbringing. Watching him work through that was difficult.
I enjoyed reading about the way the ranch operated and watching as Nick and Darcy worked with Corey and some of the other boys there to help them in their individual circumstances. It was very interesting.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
I really enjoyed Nick’s devotion to Corey and his determination to find the ten-year-old a better home. When Darcy comes to town, she immediately joins Nick in his endeavor, and their unexpected journey becomes one of hope and healing. Tackling some difficult issues, The Cowboy’s Texas Family tugged at my heartstrings!
I received a complimentary copy of this book. No review was required, and all thoughts expressed are my own.
It is interesting that we don't see in ourselves what others see in us. (Nick's thinking he wouldn't make a good father when many others see that he would.) I do also agree that some kids just need to know that there are people who love them (preferably parents, but in the case of many of the boys at the ranch, they need someone else to fulfill that role.
****Disclaimer: I won a copy of this novel in a giveaway that was unrelated to the author or publisher. All opinions are my own.