Book Review: Cowboy Coming Home by Jessie Gussman

Coming Home to North Dakota Book 2

Cowboy Coming Home by Jessie Gussman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

4 boys?
Wow! Glory finds herself caring for the family of the man who saved her in the sale barn. I like that God got more than a side mention here. The author makes it obvious that God talks to us if we will listen.

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He saved her life. She owes him a summer. The price might be too high for both of them.

Armstrong Brant stepped between Glory Baldwin and a charging cow. He ended up with broken ribs and a farm and family he couldn’t care for through the pain.

At the prompting of The Sweet Water Piece Makers Quilting Club, Glory volunteers to watch Armstrong’s four children while he recovers. She owed him and it made sense. But she never expected to fall for a man with four boys.

Armstrong isn’t comfortable sitting around. And he’s definitely not comfortable watching someone else do his work. But he’s downright surly at the idea of allowing another woman into his life after his ex simply walked away.

Still, he doesn’t have much choice since he can’t even change a diaper with his broken ribs.

Spending a summer together might convince both of them they could take a chance on each other, but when his ex walks back into his home, he’s faced with a choice: does he walk away from the best thing that’s ever happened to him? Or will he come home to stay?

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