FALLING FOR THE COWGIRL by Tina Radcliffe, review by Winnie Thomas
Take one feisty, independent, hard-working cowgirl and one slightly chauvinistic, set-in-his-ways hunky cowboy; throw them together and watch the sparks fly—in more ways than one. With lots of witty banter, head-butting, and intrigue, Tina Radcliffe’s writing pulled me right in and kept me turning pages. Her realistic, engaging, wounded characters came to life on the page and made me feel as if I knew them.
I loved the setting on Big Heart Ranch, which the Maxwell siblings run for orphans and neglected, abused children. It sounds like just the place to heal those wounded hearts, and if it can heal a few of the adults’ hearts as well, then all the better! A tender message of faith, forgiveness, and hope runs through the story and gives it an added dimension.
This is the second in the Big Heart Ranch series, but it can be read as a stand-alone book. I’m eagerly awaiting the next book in the series.
*I won this book and was under no obligation to review or or to provide a favorable review. This is my own opinion.
BACK COVER BLURB:
She won the job…
Can he win her heart?
Hiring Amanda “AJ” McAlester as his assistant at the Big Heart Ranch isn’t foreman Travis Maxwell’s first choice—but his sisters insist she’s perfect for the job. And AJ’s determined to prove she’s just as qualified as any man. But with money on the line, AJ and her innovative ideas could put him at risk of losing everything…including his heart.
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