Tuesday, May 19, 2015

The Cowboy's Homecoming by Carolyne Aarsen (Refuge Ranch - Book 3)


The Cowboy's Reunion

Seeking redemption from his troubled past, cowboy Lee Bannister returns to his Montana hometown. He's not looking for love—just to prove he's not the same reckless guy who broke Abby Newton's heart and destroyed her family. But when Abby, a magazine photographer, is assigned to cover the story of his family ranch's 150th anniversary, old feelings start to resurface. He knows Abby will never forgive him. But as they spend more time together, they begin to discover the lies that kept them apart…and that some reunions are meant to last forever.

  • ISBN9780373879618
  • Price5.99
  • CurrencyUSD
  • EditionMass Market Paperback

  • My review: The Cowboy's Homecoming by Carolyne Aarsen (Refuge Ranch - Book 3) 

    4 STARS

    The Cowboy's Reunion is the third book in the Refuge Ranch.  It deals with Lee Bannister and his past.  It also deals a lot with the concept of forgiveness.  How God forgives us and asks us to forgive.
    If you don't forgive it hurts you and makes you bitter and angry.

    Abby Newton has come home to spend time with her mother and deal with burnout.  While she is there she is asked by her boss to go to Refuge Ranch and do a story on the 150th anniversary.  Abby figures that she might be able to forgive Lee and deal with her angry feelings.

    Lots of drama, romance, familiar characters and new ones.  Not afraid to mention God. Does not preach but gives realistic examples of people forgiving and those who don't forgive.  It is also a clean read.

    I liked the scenes especially of Lee and Abby on the ranch dealing with the calf.  They were charming and fun.

    Saddlebank, Montana is the setting.

    I have read two books of the Refuge Ranch and would like to read the one book that I have not read yet.  I enjoyed Carolyne Aarsen writing style and would look forward to reading more books from her in the future.

    I was given this ebook to read by Net galley and Harlequin.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of the Cowboy's Homecoming.

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