Wendy the SuperLibrarian on The Homesteader's Sweetheart: "Just a nice, sweet, romantic story. It's now official, I'm declaring Lacy Williams as one of my go-to authors in the inspirational market," and "if you're a fan of gentler westerns and like a family vibe to your romances? This is a good one."
USA TODAY on Roping the Wrangler: "author Lacy Williams has woven a touching story, placing humor and angst in just the right places to round out her characters."
Wendy the SuperLibrarian on Roping the Wrangler: "This was a quick, sweet read that had a nice, uplifting message without beating me over the head. For readers who like cozy historical western romances, Williams has written another good one."
USA TODAY on Return of the Cowboy Doctor: "If you enjoy Western romance series with fresh characters in each book, you'll enjoy this series from author Lacy Williams."
From the Back Cover
Then he tipped her chin up, used the pad of his thumb to catch the tears she'd missed.
And kissed her.
Lacy Williams is a USA Today bestselling author of the acclaimed Wyoming Legacy and Cowboy Fairytales series.
Only one thing could've forced Haley Carsten to return to her hometown--her beloved aunt's failing health. Being home again stirs up painful memories of the high school best friend that died too young. When she meets a young girl who is the spitting image of her friend, Haley can't help but feel an instant kinship. The one thing she didn't count on was running into her high school crush--Maddox Michaels.
Maddox is a realist. There's no place in his life for dreams, not when he has an impressionable niece to raise and a brother who's lost his way. But when Haley enters his orbit again, he can't help remembering those dreams that died alongside his sister--dreams like falling in love.