Stand-In Rancher Daddy
Lone Star Cowboy League: The Founding Years Book 1
CJ is a rancher, not a dad. But when his widowed brother abandons his twins, CJ is left with no choice but to step in and be a father. He's incredibly thankful for the young widow Molly who has been helping out since the death of his sister-in-law. Everyone in town thinks the two should get married. It would solve so many problems. But CJ thinks he isn't worthy of Molly because of his family's past and Molly can't have children and knows that CJ wants a big family. Nothing short of a community tragedy will bring them together.
This was a sweet, fun book to read. The characters were real and likable. The author wove faith, the importance of family, forgiveness, and trust into a clean, romantic story that was both enjoyable and thought provoking. I liked the elements of small-town that the plot was wrapped around. I think the author did a great job with the secondary characters as well and I can see several of them in the next book. Overall, this was a great story that readers of historical fiction or Christian romance will enjoy.
I received this book free of charge from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.
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