Stepping onto her estranged father's Colorado ranch, Brooke Harper hopes to find the missing piece of the puzzle that's left a hole in her heart—her long-lost sister. But the Bucking Q Ranch is deserted…except for the tall and rugged cowboy, Trent Landry, who is taking care of the place while the owners are away. She's determined to wait until the family she's never met returns home…
And Trent will keep an eye on the mysterious Brooke until he finds out if she is telling the truth about finding her sister. Spending time alone with her, watching her take to ranch life as if she's a natural, he realizes she is definitely not a threat—except maybe to his heart.
Series: Rocky Mountain Twins (Book 1585)
Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Harlequin (March 8, 2016)
My review: Count on a Cowboy by Patricia Thayer
Cute romance. I like the characters especially Brooke. The setting was good. Pace was steady.
Brooke Harper finds out that she has a twin sister living with her father who she thought was dead. Brooke leaves Las Vegas to the Colorado ranch to meet her, but finds no one home but Trent a neighbor.
The story really works for me the characters react in a believable way when they find out about who Brooke really is.
There is two love scenes
I would love to read a story about the other twin in the future.
I was given a ebook to read by Netgalley and Harlequin. In return I agreed to give a honest review of Count on a Cowboy.