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  • Great Start to this New Series!

    This was the first book in this new series, and it was such an emotional read. I loved Mace and Jenny. They were high school sweethearts that ended up married. Everything is going so smoothly until Jenny wants children and, in the end, Mace cannot give them to her no matter how much he wants too. Mace leaves because that is what he thinks is best for Jenny. Jenny is so upset, and she tries to reason with him, but Mace will not give in. He thinks that letting Jenny go so she can have the family she wants is what is best for her. Will Jenny be able to change his mind? Will Mace finally figure out that Jenny just wants him most of all? Pick up this book because it is such a great read. I voluntarily reviewed this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Awesome read

    Awesome book, I am so happy that I had the pleasure of reading an arc of this book.

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  • Creating A Family

    The Cowboy Finds a Family by Anne McAllister, book one in her Cowboys of Horse Thief Mountain, was an enjoyable tale of a stubborn, silent, and honorable cowboy who thinks he knows best; even if his decision destroys his marriage and his world. Mace Nichols and his wife Jenny have been in love forever; marrying shortly after Jenny graduated from high school. Jenny gave up her dreams to help Mace build his, a Montana ranch they love. When Mace learns that he unable to give Jenny the family she’s always dreamed of, instead of manning up and figuring out how they can move forward, he decides the best choice if to set her free. Jenny does not want to be set free. She still loves her stubborn, bull-headed husband, with his tendency to always do the right thing; even if she believes this is the stupidest thing he has ever done. Mace is correct in that Jenny has always wanted a family, but she wants that family with Mace. It took the words of a ten-year old, that Mace let in, before he was able to realize that families came in all sizes, shapes, and way; that you could definitely love a child that wasn’t made by you. Ms. McAllister wrote a sad, emotional tale forcing her characters to look outside of their feelings. She provided a wonderful tale, rich with emotions, and secondary characters giving Jenny and Mace a chance to create the family they want. I highly recommend The Cowboy Finds a Family to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • Stubborn Cowboy

    I would have said that friendship leading to love was my favorite type of story but after reading The Cowboy Finds a Family (Cowboys of Horse Thief Mountain #1) by Anne McAllister I think it is a marriage worth saving story that I love best. Mainly because I loved this story. Jenny is the perfect support and balance for Mace Nichols who is much like the character in the old Clint Eastwood spaghetti westerns that I watched with my dad years and years ago. Strong, silent and do- it-myself-kind-of-guy. Ten-year ago Becky described Mace best, “pigheaded stubborn.” Speaking of Becky, I loved that girl so enjoying the subplot with her. The story drew me in and had me reading way into the night. It is a good thing it is not an extremely long book because once I started it I couldn’t put it down, no matter what time the clock said. The characters are painfully realistic. At times I wanted to bop Mace upside the head myself for being inflexible and near sighted. However, I found the calm voice of grief was much more effective. Well done with that. I especially liked the last two scenes at the airport, approving of how each work out for the characters. No doubt about it The Cowboy Finds a Family is my favorite by Anne McAllister. I do sort of hope that om gets his own HEA, since he has seen rejection not once but twice. Then I truly wish that time would go by in the Horse Thief Mountain fictional world so that Becky would receive her all grown up story. Yeah, I love that girl! An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 5 Stars

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  • A deeply emotional read

    WOW this one really tugs at the heartstrings even if I did want to smack mace at the side of the head more than once in fact quite a few times if the truth is told. Mace Nichols always new that the only woman for him was jenny and they married the moment she finished school and they both worked hard on his dream ranch He also new that the only thing that Jenny wanted was to have a family so when he found out she would never have that with him he set her free The only thing is Jenny doesn't want to be free she wants her husband and he has to learn that a family doesn't necessarily have to be blood and it will take a ten year old to teach him that lesson. Can these two reconnect and start to build their perfect life together You will have to read to see

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