Jennas Cowboy Hero (The Cowboy Series, #4)

Jennas Cowboy Hero (The Cowboy Series, #4) Former Football Player Adam Mackenzie Arrives In Small Town Oklahoma To Fix Up A Camp For Underprivileged Kids But The City Slicker Doesn T Know Horse Tack From A Touchdown He S Desperate For Help And The Pretty Rancher Next Door Is The Answer To His Prayers War Vet Jenna Is Back Home After A Stint In Iraq, And She S Got A Five Year Plan Raising Her Twin Boys, Running Her Ranch And Not Falling In Love But She Can T Say No To Gorgeous And Kind Adam Can He Make Her Forget All Her Plans And Open Her Heart To Love Very nice Believable characters and situations Enjoyable, light read. I ve read one of Minton s other books and enjoyed it This one, not as much It wasn t a horrible book, but it just didn t hold the charm that The Cowboy s Family did, even if it does take place in the same fictional town.Adam isn t very happy when he has to go back to Oklahoma But with his cousin s death, the camp he invested in either has to b
I started reading BRENDA MINTON S books after she d been writing for several years I ve enjoyed her writing and stories so much, I ve gone back in time, purchasing her older ones When former football player, Adam Mackenzie arrives in Oklahoma, after having a camp for underprivileged kids placed in his hands after the death of his cousin, the last thing he expects is to meet an independent mother of two, whom happens to be a war vet Jenna Cameron is doing just fine on her own The last thing s I started reading BRENDA MINTON S books after she d been writing for several years I ve enjoyed her writing and stories so much, I ve gone back i
I really liked meeting Jenna and the boys in Willow and Clint s story A Cowboy s Heart , and was interested to see what their story would hold, now that Jenna s home to stay.I thought it was rather humourous how Adam pretty much got swept into fixing up the camp, even though he was pretty sure he didn t even want to be there in the first place It showed that Jenna, despite her challenges, is a force to be reckoned with I do appreciate how Adam was finally able to figure out what he wanted f I really liked meeting Jenna and the boys in Willow and
This was an OK book I didn t LOVE the writing It was choppy, and relationships were kind of iffy I didn t really believe the way things worked out.Adam Mackenzie moves to Oklahoma to finish a camp for underprivileged kids But then he meets Jenna, next door Mom of tw
This book wasn t bad but it s not what I ve come to expect from Love Inspired books The story line was good but the MC s were not developed very well I felt there was something missing when I finished the book Even the si
Realistic storyline, loved the way she handled Jenna s ordeal in Iraq and how she overcame her disability Still a little too much repetition or whining about how they can t have love As usual laughed throughout the book The plot was fine, but I felt like the details were sketchy and sometimes it was hard to keep up with the dialogue. THIS WAS A VERY GOOD BOOK FAST READ, IT WAS ONE OF THOSE BOOKS YOU KNOW HOW IT WAS GOING TO END BEFORE YOU WERE HAFE WAS THROUGH BUT IT WAS STILL GOOD. Cute predictable clean love story

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  • Paperback
  • 277 pages
  • Jennas Cowboy Hero (The Cowboy Series, #4)
  • Brenda Minton
  • 22 August 2017
  • 037381447X