Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Her Cowboy Hero by Carolyne Aarsen


Second-Chance Cowboy

Montana rodeo star Tanner Fortier is a good man. A man Keira Bannister never stopped loving. But when he shows up at Refuge Ranch looking to have his late brother's saddle repaired in time for the championships, he's the last person Keira wants to see. For years, she's kept hidden the real reason for breaking their engagement —and Tanner's heart. But now, with him at the ranch, she's tempted to reveal the truth— one that could destroy him. But she knows that to have a future with the man of her dreams, she has to settle the past…

Refuge Ranch: Where a Montana family comes home to love.
Print Length: 224 pages
Publisher: Love Inspired (January 1, 2015)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English

My review: Her Cowboy Hero by Carolyne Aarsen


Tanner Fortier is a character who is a hero to admire. He has spent the past year for his step-brother to honor him. I like Keira Bannister too. She is full of secrets. They used to be engaged six years ago. Now Tanner and Keira are both staying at her family ranch for a few weeks. Along with Tanner's step-mother and Keira's parents.

This is full of drama, forgiveness and getting over guilty feelings. It also a clean read. Does mention God, prayer and a scripture.
Plus second chances at romance.

Tanner is a mechanic, rancher and rodeo rider. He has gone back to rodeo and he has dedicated the past year riding with his brother's saddle and wants to win the rodeo finals in a few weeks, but he needs to heal and get the saddle repaired.

Keira has returned home and taken over her fathers business making saddles, and other leather goods. She does not want to work on Tanner's saddle.

I wanted everything to work out for Tanner and Keira. I also want to know more about Keira's brother and sister.

The setting for this is a Montana ranch in November with a heavy snow storm.
I was given this ebook to read from Net Galley and Harlequin. I promised to give a honest review of Her Cowboy hero in return.

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