Book Review: The Cowboy’s Bargain Bride by Jessie Gussman


The Cowboy’s Bargain Bride (Sweet Water Ranch, #8)


The Cowboy’s Bargain Bride by Jessie Gussman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Sweeeet! Sweetwater Ranch is Secure!  Now that was a wonderful love that conquers all story as well as an “all things work together for good” story. Of course, it does help in relationships if God is in the middle (less fighting).
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Can love bloom between a woman who was forced to sell herself and the man who bought her to get her ranch?

*Previously titled Cowboys Don’t Buy Their Bride at Auction*

Roxane Peterson is up for auction. Well, her and her ranch. She knew it would be too much to hope for that the man who bought her would be more interested in her than in the property, and money, that came with her. But she’s been down this road before – a marriage that isn’t perfect. Her only concern now is protecting her son and making sure she keeps her independence.

Boone Stryker is disillusioned and restless. Seeing a ranch, and a woman, up for auction challenges his soul and gives him a reason to live again. He risks everything he owns to win the ranch. But in order to win the lady’s heart, he could lose so much more.

Trigger Warning: This book contains sensitive content, not graphic, for anyone who has lost a child. It also contains a “fade to black” scene between an unmarried couple, necessary for the plot.

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