Middle son Davy White planned to winter in his pa's secluded cabin alone. Instead, he arrives in the midst of a blizzard to find the cabin occupied - by a young widow. One who is expecting a baby any day.
Widowed, pregnant, and alone, Rose Evans found the cabin an isolated prison. With winter snows on the way and no animal to ride, the city girl was too frightened to leave. Now she's trapped with a cowboy, one who threatens her self-made promise never to trust a man again.
As Davy teaches her to take care of herself and her new baby, Rose discovers the quiet cowboy is nothing like the men she's known before. But she's been hurt in the past...does she dare open her heart?
©2015 Lacy Williams (P)2015 Lacy Williams
A truly sweet historical romance in the tradition of Janette Oke. Her Convenient Cowboy is the story of a young couple adjusting to a life together after being thrust into marriage by need and the weather. I enjoyed the interaction between Davy and Rose, quickly coming to care about them both.
This was my first Lacy Williams historical but I felt that I was able to dive into the series and enjoy it even though I hadn't read any of the previous stories. Of course, I imagine that won't last long and that I will be looking for the rest of the series.
I truly enjoyed listening to the Audible version of this book. There was something about the narrator's voice that just fit the story perfectly. I'm sure coming up with the different voices for all of the characters was no easy task but the narrator was definitely up to it.
Overall Her Convenient Cowboy was a fun listen, one well worth the time spent with my ear glued to the speaker attached to my Kindle.
(I received an Audible copy of this book from the author in exchange for my review. All opinions are entirely my own.)
Had the same themes as Edgar and Jonas story teaching a city girl about ranch life even similar words like watching whether a horse ears were up or flat. Looking forward to Ricky's story but wish the girls were not so self critical and unable to survive. Brianna's story will be good if just for that alone!
If someone likes marriage of convenience stories, this is a really good one.
I really liked how caring Davy was and how he understanding of all of Rose's fears.
She does a very good "timid" voice for Rose. It helped really show how scared Rose was.
I did not cry, but it was very heartwarming, especially Davy with the baby.
I really enjoyed this story and thought the narrator did a great job, as well.
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