Wildflowers have to be strong and resilient to bloom amid the rugged beauty of Wyoming - and so do the women.
Valerie Trimarco is very pregnant, very lost, very alone, and very stuck in a Wyoming snow storm. Her car is jammed in a Wyoming ditch, with contractions coming faster and harder…when her white knight in a cowboy hat arrives. Ranch foreman Jack Ralston's job is to handle anything that needs handling with cool, quiet competence, including a baby who's decided to enter the world right now.
A few years later, Valerie returns to the Slash-C Ranch of Knighton, Wyoming. Now a successful mommy blogger, she wants to thank the man who rescued her and delivered her beloved daughter. Okay, maybe she's wondered about him a time or two over the years. How could she not? So she conspires with his employers and friends to spring a surprise party on him for a proper thank you.
Yes, Jack can handle anything. Except a surprise party. And this open, energetic, talkative woman and her short-stuff kid who gets under his guard. Because they demand the one thing from him that he can't handle - love.
Jack's Heart brings emotional impact to this romantic comedy addition to the contemporary western romance collection Wyoming Wildflowers from award-winning and USA Today best-selling author Patricia McLinn.
Get all the blooms in the Wyoming Wildflowers Series!
Prequel - Wyoming Wildflowers: The Beginning (Snowberry)
Book 1 - Almost a Bride (Indian Paintbrush)
Book 2 - Match Made in Wyoming (Fireweed)
Book 3 - My Heart Remembers (Bur Marigold)
Book 4 - Jack's Heart (Yellow Monkeyflower)
©2015 Patricia McLinn (P)2015 Patricia McLinn
I love this story of Jack's growth. He has hidden for so long. I would have liked more from Jack's point of view, since this was his story.
Moving, playful, strong
The Valerie didn't give up on Jack. She knew he was hurting but she just kept on pushing until he realized he deserved to be happy and put the past behind him. I loved the relationship he had with the little girl he helpful deliver.
Jack. She did very well in separating each character.
Yes. It was hard to stop once I started it. I wanted to hurry up and see what happened.
This is one of my favorites from this series. My heart just broke because of the pain and history regarding Jack.
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