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A Cowgirl's Secret

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2012

    Great Read

    I enjoyed this book. It was easy to feel the emotions of the characters. It was easy to read and hard to put down. I read it three hours.

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  • Posted May 29, 2011

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    Besides a second chance romance, this contemporary family drama contains a powerful child/teen molestation subplot

    A decade ago, pregnant teenager Daisy Buckhorn fled Weed Gulch, Oklahoma leaving behind her heartbroken family and a despondent boyfriend Luke Montgomery. She settled in San Francisco as Julie Smith and went to school until now the single mom is a practicing attorney.

    Luke finds her in San Francisco as she battles a fever. She wants to explain why she fled Buckhorn Ranch by still feels shame from when popular family friend Henry Pohl molested her. When her BFF Heidi arrives with Kolt, Luke is shocked and irate as he knows the ten years old is his son. He rips into her for being a coward by running away with her teen pregnancy. Kolt believes his father never loved him, but the truth makes him question his mom for the first time. Still in love with her while also detesting her, Luke wants the full truth even as he forces a reluctant Daisy accompanied by Kolt to return to Weed Gulch, site of her nightmare.

    Besides a second chance romance, this contemporary family drama contains a powerful child/teen molestation subplot. The cast is fully developed including returning Buckhorn Ranch characters (see The Rancher's Twin Troubles and The Bull Rider's Christmas Baby). However, a late suspense subplot detracts from an otherwise deep tale.

    Harriet Klausner

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