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    Easy but Fulfilling Read

    The Cowboy’s Daughter by Jamie K. Schmidt is the first book in her Three Sisters Ranch series. The series is off to a great start. Kelly Sullivan is a professional photographer and single mom of 5 yr-old, Alissa. Kelly is kicked out of her home by her father because she won’t name her daughter’s father and moves to New York. Trent Campbell is a former bull rider whose career was prematurely ended by an enraged bull. He’s spent a considerable amount of time in rehabilitation for his injuries. Trent and Kelly both have vivid memories of their one night together and wish there could have been more. Circumstances have led them both back to their hometown. Can Kelly risk her heart again, knowing that this time she won’t be the only one hurt? The Cowboy’s Daughter is an easy but fulfilling read. The story held my attention from start to finish. The characters, scenery and plot are all exceptionally rendered. This novel is unputdownable. I rate it a solid 5 out of 5 and recommend it to all readers of romance novels. Be aware that there is explicit sexual content that might be offensive to some readers. My thanks to Tule Publishing and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However, the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.
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    Second Chance Romance

    First off, I'm in love with this cover. It just drew me right in. A second chance romance. Kelly, single mom has returned home to Three Sister Ranch with her five year old daughter, Alissa. Kelly was never able to get in touch with Alissa's dad, professional bull rider, Trent. Little does Kelly know that her dad has leased some of his property to Trent. Now all Trent wants to do is make things right and become a dad to Alissa. Loved this book, great story line that kept my interest through out the book. The chemistry between Kelly and Trent is hot. Once I started this story I could not put down. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series.
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    An emotional second chance romance.💞💖💞

    This story about Kelly and Trent is more than just a romance. It's about dealing with decisions and their consequences. They met at a local rodeo and had a one-time connection that should have been more but life happened and kept them apart. Until her father says he's selling the family farm. What happens next is an emotional ride for everyone involved.💗🔥💕 This story pulled me and had me giggling, crying, sighing, and angry... often at the same time.😊😢💖 I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Heartwarming second-chance cowboy romance!

    Kelly is drawn back home from New York when her family's ranch is facing financial ruin. Determined to help wherever she can, she's equally determined to avoid the entire subject of her daughter's father, a renown and retired bull-rider who has avoided her calls since their one-night-stand nearly six years earlier. Trent is still finding his footing after the ride that ended his career nearly ended his life as well. He wants to start a bull-riding school on a local ranch, not knowing even a hint that he's already very connected to that ranch and its family. This secret/unknown baby story rises above the usual with complex storytelling, well-developed characters, and an honest approach to the difficulties inherent in the characters' histories. It's instantly captivating, full of surprises, building a fictional environment that is as fresh and inviting as it is warm and familiar. It's an outstanding start to a new series, and I highly recommend it. My only complaint is not with the writing itself, but with having to once again ignore a cover in order to escape into a book. Alissa is referred to as blonde at least three different times, despite the very obvious brunette child on the cover. It can't be that hard to get it right. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    Cowboy's Second Chance

    This is a new author for me but I'm a sucker for a cowboy romance. Kelly and Trent spent one night together over five years ago. When she discovered she was pregnant, she got in touch with Trent directly and through his Manager with no response to the news of his impending fatherhood. She tried once more to contact him, but he never responded so she gave up and went on with her life. Trent's phone was lost and his Manager thought she was just another buckle bunny looking for money. Flash forward to current day as Kelly returns home with her daughter to help her parents save the family ranch only to discover that her dad rented a portion of the land to Trent who's opening a bull riding school. They have to overcome misunderstandings, family history, and friendly intervention to forge a new relationship for the good of mother, father and daughter. The ending was a bit abrupt, but overall a good story. I received a free ARC eBook from Net Galley and the publisher for my honest opinion.
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