Healing the Heart of a Cowboy


Worth reading 😎

A change is as good as a rest... but only if you can leave the past behind you.

Healing the Heart of a Cowboy appears to be a standalone but I can easily see it turning into a series as there are six siblings in total, all with a story to tell.

We start off with Aubrey as she makes her escape from Canada to Texas. She has one mishap after another and really doesn't get the best start in a new town. Things get even worse when her new friend puts her up at the Ranch of the same man who made her blood boil not so long before.

There was attraction sparking off the page between Remi and Aubrey although, of course, you know they won't act on it too soon. Aubrey is taken under the wing of the Ranch siblings and the town all too easily and the timeline for that isn't always clear. That protectiveness is shown fully when her ex appears in town.

There are two points to this story that I wasn't sure where it was going with. 1) - Elliot and Harley. 2) - JT and the insurance policy. I understand how these two had to work together to get Aubrey but they just didn't seem "real", if you know what I mean. You do get a bit more about JT but next to nothing about the reasons Elliot owes Harley.

All in all, this was an easy read with plenty of characters for future books. There is also a perfect little epilogue at the end, just for those greedy readers like me! If you are looking for a cute #Western #Contemporary #Romance with a bit of #Suspense thrown in, then I can definitely recommend this book.

I received an Advanced Review Copy of the book on Reedsy Discovery.

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I am a mum of three transplant from England, currently living in Germany. I started Archaeolibrarian in October 2013.

My three go-to genres are Fantasy, Paranormal, and Romance, but I will happily read anything if the description intrigues me 😊

I also write under the pen name of Morgan Sheppard.


About the author

Eastern Canadian and proud of it. Cat mama to two sassy felines, Molly and Max. Spunky and loving partner to amazing man. Curses like a sailor and doesn't apologize for it. Primary reviewer for A Stack Above The Rest Blog view profile

Published on November 30, 2019

70000 words

Contains mild explicit content ⚠️

Worked with a Reedsy professional 🏆

Genre: Romance

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