The Wyoming Cowboy
A Cowboy Who Cares
Former marine Carson Lundgren's Wyoming ranch is a place where families of fallen war heroes can find joy and healing. The wounded vet is eager to give back, while rebuilding his own life. The last thing he expected is to fall for his first guest and her young son.
Widow Tracy Baretta and six-year-old Johnny have been struggling since losing their husband and father. When they meet Carson, his strength, patience and generosity—along with how great he looks on a horse—leads little Johnny to call him "king of the cowboys." They've fallen in love with the place…and maybe with the man himself.
But is Tracy just looking for a surrogate father? Or could this incredible cowboy really be the one who'll make her and her son believe in love again?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - alyslinn - LibraryThing
A good, charming story, and one I quite enjoyed. The characters were three-dimensional, vulnerable yet strong. I loved all the kids, and I especially enjoyed the interactions between Carson & Johnny ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - scoutmomskf - LibraryThing
I loved this book. Carson and his two buddies have been medically discharged from the Marines because of lung problems caused by their time in Afghanistan. All of them feel guilty about not being able ... Read full review