Monday, March 9, 2015

Confession: I love a good cowboy romance!

Yep, you read it right. I do love a good romance between a cowboy and his sweetheart. If you enjoy a good clean romance with a cowboy, you're sure to love Ruth Logan Herne's book, His Montana Sweetheart. Her characters will lasso you from the start. I found Herne's style and voice delightful to read. There is a strong theme of God's allowance of second chances.

Catching His Heart 
Olivia Franklin suspected coming home to Jasper Gulch would mean eventually running into her first love, Jack McGuire. But she's adamant that she not repeat the mistakes that led to her broken heart. Yet from the moment she lays eyes on her former sweetheart, her resistance begins to crumble. The tall, handsome rancher made his choice all those years ago. He'd gone from the baseball diamond to a high-rise office and finally back home to the Double M—all without her. And no amount of centennial nostalgia can change the past. But the future is another story, and the pretty historian is about to get a lesson in romance from the lonesome cowboy she will never forget! 

Bestselling, multi-published author Ruthy Logan Herne loves what she’s doing. As the author of over twenty 4 and 4 ½ Star novels, Ruthy’s hearth-and-home style draws the reader in, holds them, and leaves them wishing for more at story’s end. Featured in Woman’s World magazine, a contributor to Southern Writer and a founding partner in “Seekerville” the still-growing blog averaging over 33,000 page-loads per month, Ruthy’s built a launch pad for her books that extends in multiple directions. She’s released three successful independent novels, enjoys speaking to large and small audiences. She’s developed a fun, down-home presence on Facebook and enjoys country settings, sweet children and the American lure of pets and animals in her stories. She’s an all-American mother and now a grandmother, loves God, her family and her country but might nudge some of those aside for good chocolate.   

Thanks, Ruthy, for the opportunity to read and review your book. I'll be looking for more of your titles to add to my to-be-read list. 

1 comment:

Brooke Cox said...

Wow! Ruthy sounds like a feisty lady who really loves God and knows how to use her God-given talent. I don't normally read cowboy books, but I may have to read this one!