Coincidental Cowgirl

Coincidental Cowgirl

by Jillian Neal

TITLE: Coincidental Cowgirl

SERIES: A Camden Ranch Introduction

# OF STARS 4

Genre: COWBOY ROMANCE

Pages: 178

Overview:

Born and raised on the sunny shores of Gypsy Beach, Hope Camden is struggling to make sense of life on her husband’s family cattle ranch, which is often buried in three feet of snow. She willingly traded in her flip-flops for cowgirl boots, but life on the ranch isn’t quite how she imagined it. Truthfully, she doesn’t understand how anyone survives in a town where the cows vastly outnumber the people, the mailman reads the mail before delivering it, the doctor’s office is in an old mechanic’s shop, and the poodle-grooming beauty shop owner moonlights for the mortuary. Her husband is kind, sweet, and oh so sexy, but the Nebraskan winters may be more than she can withstand.

Born and bred to be a cowboy, Brock Camden is desperate to make Hope love Pleasant Glen as much as he does. There’s nothing better than having his wife in his arms or in his bed. He just has to show her that life on his family’s cattle ranch can be just as magical as their life on Gypsy Beach, if she’ll give it a chance. A shocking twist of fate has both of them clinging tightly to one another, and Brock has to prove that he’ll stand by her side through thick or thin. Will the fiery passion they have between the sheets be enough to keep them warm through the long, cold winter nights?

Reviewed by Tammy:

The book was good. There were areas that will make you laugh out loud. You can feel like you are going threw the things that Hope is. You are able to relate to her in this story very well. I like how the family pulls together to show them what they were doing wrong. The lesson in the story is that you cant expect your spouse to know what is going on without good communication. That you need to take the bad with the good and to give new things a chance.

I received an ARC version of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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