Thursday, July 7, 2016

Stand-In Rancher Daddy by Renee Ryan


  • Series: Lone Star Cowboy League: The Founding Years
  • Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Love Inspired (July 5, 2016)

My review: Stand-In Rancher Daddy by Renee Ryan


I want more.  The characters were ones that were likable,  Had real problems.  I like the community. 
 CJ Thorn is a rancher.  His family has a past with drinking problems.  His sister-in-law died.  His brother took off one day with his horse but left his twin daughters behind for him to take care of.

Molly Langley is a widow after two years of marriage.  She offers to help her friends husband with the twins for awhile.  She agrees to keep helping to take care of them for CJ.  Molly has moved back to her family ranch, which is close to CJ place,  Molly has secrets about her marriage that leave her sad and not planning to get married again.

Sarah and Anna are cute little girls who have lost their mother and now their father.  You just want to hug them.

There is plenty of drama in the story. It does keep a fast pace.  It is also a clean read.

The setting is Little Horn, Texas June 1895

I want to read more books in Lone Star Cowboy League: The Founding Years and find out what happens next to the different characters.  Like who is stealing cattle and other problems.

I like how Renee Ryan writes her books.

I was given Stand-in Rancher Daddy to read by NetGalley and Harlequin and in return I agreed to give a honest review. 

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