HER HILL COUNTRY COWBOY
Single father Seth Adams will do anything for his children. So when he discovers the new housekeeper his grandmother hired for their guest ranch is a former social worker, he plans to keep his family far away from Christina Hunter. Seth once almost lost custody of his beloved kids because of an overzealous social worker. Problem is his children adore Christina and her sweet service dog -- and he's starting to fall for her too. Recuperating from an accident, Christina is determined to slowly ease back into her old life. But the more time she spends with them, the more she realizes that her future might be with the cowboy and his family.
There is something both endearing and infuriating about an overprotective papa. There were times I just wanted to smack Seth upside the head. He's that stubborn and taciturn and then he does a complete flip and is all sweet and tender and caring. What's a girl to do but alternately fume and swoon? So that's what Christina and I did for the duration of the read.
Christina has dealt with a lot since her accident and Serenity Hills Guest Ranch seems like the perfect next step in her recovery process. Too bad her employer's cranky grandson doesn't agree. And he takes particular exception to Christina's service dog Gracie right from the start. Seth almost fell off my swoon-factor meter over his giving darlin' Gracie the cold shoulder. (That's when the upside-of-the-head-smacking urge started to fester.) Thank goodness Gracie worked her charm -- and, in fact became a dogged matchmaker (pun intended) in many a fun scene.
Plain and not-so-simple fear is what's holding these two back from committing to a future together. It takes a whole lot of faith and the love and support of family and friends (and one very loyal angel dog) to help them achieve the happily ever after dreams are made of.
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