Saturday, April 9, 2016

The Cowboy's Baby Bond

The Cowboy's Baby Bond
Linda Ford
 Johnny is on the way to repair the cabin that he and his friend intend to live in while they run their business. He hears a noise and upon investigation realizes it's a young woman and her toddler son. Willow is on the way to meet her sister's train when her son Adam gets sick. Johnny takes Willow to his family home and then ends up helping her navigate the wilds of Montana in her search for her sisters. Both of them have trust issues and need to evaluate not only their faith in God, but also their standard for judging others.

This was a light, but fun read. There were some elements of faith throughout the book, but it wasn't too much. The romance between the main characters was clean and sweet. There were some unrealistic moments, but it was easy to put aside in the enjoyment of the story as a whole. This wasn't primarily a plot driven story, but seemed to balance between plot and emotion driven. Overall, it was a light read that I enjoyed and think would make a great beach or rainy day story.

I received this book free of charge from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

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