A Cowboy for Keeps.

On a trip west to save her ailing sister, Greta Nilsson is robbed–leaving her homeless and penniless. Struggling to get his new ranch running, Wyatt McQuaid is offered a bargain: the mayor will invest in a herd of cattle if Wyatt agrees to help the town become more respectable by marrying . . . and the mayor has the perfect woman in mind.

My Thoughts:

I genuinely loved this book! It read like a Karen Witemeyer novel (and y’all know how much I love those), but with a bit more angst and a bit less humor. If you enjoy historical romances, especially featuring cowboys and the marriage-of-convenience trope, you certainly don’t want to miss this one!

I couldn’t put this book down and finished it in a day. The stakes were high, the tension was fantastic, and the sparks flew right off the page. My goodness. Greta and Wyatt were infuriating and easy to love and I couldn’t quit their story if I tried.

There are other beloved characters, like Judd who poured out all kinds of wisdom at just the right times, and Astrid who made sure there was never a dull moment. And there are villains who play their part well. This book kept me on my toes and I can’t wait to read more in this series!

A Cowboy for Keeps is out now, so hurry and get your copy!

I received a complimentary copy of this novel from the publisher. All expressed opinions belong to me.

Purchase: Amazon | Christianbook | Baker Book House | Barnes & Noble

Book Boyfriend:

Wyatt. My goodness, Mr. McQuaid has good intentions and the best heart. He’s believed lies about himself for far too long, but he receives instruction well and learns from his mistakes. He’s a cowboy who loves his woman. How dreamy is that?


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