The Cowboyby Leah Vale
Good News, Bad NewsOr Both?
Mitch Smith is one happy rancherat least, until a lady P.I. barges onto his property, bent on lassoing him into a family he didn't know he had. It turns out that his business is built on money from the McCoysthe family with the biggest retail empire in the country. Suddenly his hard-earned success/p>/strong>
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The Cowboy by Leah Vale is an engaging quick read. This is a great choice for those with limited time for reading. Ms Vale has given us a well-written book with awesome, lovable characters. Mitch and Alison's story is a fast paced romp loaded with drama, humor and spice. I enjoyed reading The Cowboy and look forward to reading more from Leah Vale in the future. The Cowboy is part of The Lost Millionaires Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I read a print copy of this book.
Mitch Smith, owner of the Circle S Ranch in Whiskey Ridge, Colorado tells the private investigator Alison Sullivan she made a mistake that he not the grandson of wealthy business mogul Joseph McCoy. However, Alison provides some overwhelming evidence that jives with what his deceased mother told him. Still he wants no part of the billionaire McCoys even if he is the real deal because they rejected his mom and him years ago paying her one million dollars to forget his paternity................ Still he could use the money for his ranch so he agrees to accompany the persistent Alison to Dependable, Missouri. Alison knows that if she can show Mitch to his grandfather, she will have quite a fee. As Alison and Mitch become better acquainted they fall in love, but both has family matters to deal with before they can come to grips on their deepest feelings.................. This is an entertaining contemporary romance starring two seemingly opposites falling in love. The story line moves forward on two fronts with dysfunctional family relationships as the key element and a sweet love story between Alison and Mitch as a strong subplot. Though readers like Mitch will have some early trouble warming up to crusty grandpa McCoy even if he is mourning the death of his son (Mitch¿s biological dad), fans will appreciate this fine second chance at righting a family wrong.................... Harriet Klausner