Cowboy to the Rescue

Cowboy to the Rescue

by Ann B. Harrison

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Overview

Can the twisted road to redemption lead to love?

Jethro Hansen knows how it feels to let down those he loves. Before his grandfather passed, he tried to make amends for his wild youth and has devoted his future to bringing the family ranch back to financial health. The last thing the confirmed bachelor expects is to stand in as a labor coach for his attorney, and enemy's wife. Even more awkward, the attentive and attractive woman at the expectant mother's side is making it nearly impossible to keep his focus on his ranch and family legacy.

Sadie St. Martin interned in Denver for Layla Cox and followed her to Marietta, Montana, to run her law practice while she's on maternity leave. Sadie has some major decisions to make about her future and they become even tougher after she helps Layla through labor alongside a sexy, confident cowboy who is also a client.

Sadie's fought hard for her career. Jethro is everything she shouldn't want, but can this big city girl's head overrule her heart in small town Montana?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161868935
Publisher: The Tule Publishing Group, LLC
Publication date: 01/29/2019
Series: The Hansen Brothers , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 36,786
File size: 382 KB

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Cowboy to the Rescue 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous 3 months ago
awesome
Anonymous 9 months ago
Very good. I enjoyed the book.
BookSnuggle 9 months ago
Cowboy to the Rescue by Ann B. Harrison is book number one in the Hansen Brothers series. This is Jethro Hansen and Sadie St. Martin’s story. I liked the characters especially Jethro’s. There was just something special about him. This was a fun and enjoyable story. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
CatmomJD 9 months ago
A sweet romance with two people who are looking for a change in their lives. Jethro Hansen was trying hard to keep from losing his grandfather’s ranch. If he wanted to keep it in the family and keep his grandfather’s legacy alive, he needed to put everything he had into it. He was also trying to put his troubled past behind him and become a valuable citizen of Marietta. But some people just didn’t seem to want to believe he had changed. Sadie St. Martin came to Marietta to help her friend Layla run her law practice while she is on maternity leave. The first thing Sadie encounters is her friend going into early labor and having to rush to the hospital along with Jethro to help Layla through the birth. Sadie didn’t expect to be attracted to a man she would be working for. Jethro and Sadie hit it off pretty quick, but will their newly found romance be enough to keep Sadie in Marietta when it’s time for her to leave? This book took a couple chapters to hook me. But, I really enjoyed it once I got into it. I felt a connection with the characters and really liked who they were and where the story took me. I look forward to reading more of this series.
DJTP 9 months ago
A great start to a new series. The Hansen Brothers series. Cowboy to the Rescue by Ann B. Harrison. I enjoyed the character development in this book. They both have issues they are working on in their lives. Also like the setting and the storyline. I look forward to seeing what comes next with the other Brothers in this series.
Bette313 9 months ago
A good easy read about two people trying to start fresh. Jethro Hansen is working hard to get his family ranch financially sound again. After his misspent youth it's the least he can do. Sadie St. Martin is temporarily in Marietta to run her friends law firm while she's out on maternity leave. A relationship isn't something either Jethro or Sadie is looking for. He has other things to worry about and she's only here temporarily. Yet sometimes the thing you think you don't want is exactly what you need. I'd recommend this one.