Her Colorado Cowboy

Her Colorado Cowboy

by Mindy Obenhaus

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Overview

Lassoing the single mom’s heart…
A
Rocky Mountain Heroes story

Socialite Lily Davis agrees to take her children riding…despite her fear of horses. But now widowed cowboy Noah Stephens is determined to help her get comfortable in the saddle. And, at her children’s insistence, Lily finds herself promoting his rodeo school. As Noah and Lily work together, will Noah continue to shield his heart…or can they discover a love that conquers both their fears?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781335479112
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 03/19/2019
Series: Rocky Mountain Heroes
Edition description: Original
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 224,583
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.20(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

It took Mindy Obenhaus forty years to figure out what she wanted to do when she grew up. But once God called her to write, she never looked back. She’s passionate about touching readers with Biblical truths in an entertaining, and sometimes adventurous, manner. When she’s not writing, she enjoys cooking and spending time with her grandchildren at her Texas ranch. Find more at MindyObenhaus.com.

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Her Colorado Cowboy 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
BethErin 5 months ago
I officially want to move to Ouray, Colorado! The Stephens clan has completely won my heart and I just can't resist the small town charm and appealing ranch life any longer! Stories of redemption, restoration, and second chances are near and dear to my heart and this story is a great example of God's boundless grace poured out over our lives. Obenhaus has created a wonderful variety of characters within this little world and I enjoy all the relational nuances! This is the first series I've had the opportunity to read by this author and I'm looking forward to future stories! I definitely recommend this book! I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and was under no obligation to post a review. The opinions expressed are my own.
PianoLady831 6 months ago
Book #3 in the Rocky Mountain Heroes series, Her Colorado Cowboy, had me at the cover! Now, of course, the cover alone doesn’t guarantee a great read, but that’s certainly what you’ll discover within these pages. Mindy Obenhaus has crafted a well-written story filled with characters cannot help but steal your heart. Cowboys and a setting in Colorado’s ruggedly beautiful Uncompahgre Wilderness area … what could be more perfect? The series focuses on the five Stephens brothers and their dad, Clint, so we get to know this family in depth and grow to care about them. Her Colorado Cowboy focuses on Noah, a retired rodeo star who operates the Abundant Blessings Ranch in Ouray. This is the first story in the series that I’ve read, and while it easily stands alone, I’m eager to read the two previous books very soon. Noah and Lily are appealing lead characters, completely opposite in background, but with a sweet chemistry between them that feels natural. Lily, a divorced wealthy socialite, is the opposite of what one would expect – a caring mother, well-grounded, and willing to seek riding lessons for her children, even though she is terrified of horses. Noah, with a history of death-defying rodeo activities, is now channeling his time and energy into the ranch and has a special interest in helping children deal with grief through working with horses. Their gradual journey from friendship to trust, and possibly something more, is a joy to behold. I also loved how Lily’s children are key to the story, especially watching the troubled Colin respond to Noah’s firm and caring touch. I thoroughly enjoyed Her Colorado Cowboy, a shining star in the Love Inspired series. Recommended. I received a copy of this book through JustRead Tours. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.
Erin_Slocum 6 months ago
In the third installment in the Rocky Mountain Heroes series we get to know oldest brother Noah. Noah lost his wife and their child(due to miscarriage) and grief took him over the edge. He turned to not drugs or alcohol but rodeo. And he was good because he had nothing to lose if he didn’t win. He’s settled down now and merely is opening a rodeo school versus still competing. A new challenge comes his way in socialite Lily Davis and her two children. Lily divorced her cheating husband and is trying to get her kids back on a straight path. Colton, her ten year old son, is on a sure path to destruction with bad behaviors as he’s trying to gain attention. Piper is seven and eager to please. Lily is taking them away for the summer. Away from screens and away from their father who can’t be bothered to spend time with them anyway. What Lily didn’t count on was their wanting to learn to ride and spend so much time at the barn on Noah’s farm. She herself is deathly afraid of horses after an accident when she was a child. When Colton is caught stealing souvenir horse shoes from Noah a decision is made. Colton will work off the cost of his theft. While doing that he learns responsibility and work ethic. He also learns how much he loves horses and that he wants to take riding and roping lessons. Of course, Piper does too. Lily decides to help promote Noah’s new rodeo school. She’s good at this and has much experience. But in exchange he’s going to help her get over her fear of horses. Can she trust him? What about the horses? When rescue horse Honey comes into the picture it might just be what Lily needs. She’s finding herself falling for Honey and Noah too. Her kids love him and don’t want to return to the city when their time is done. When Lily unexpectedly has to go and fight to keep custody of her kids Noah must decide whether he loves her enough to set aside the memories of his dead wife and love again or risk losing her forever.
Faye_reviews 7 months ago
Lily Davis is a Denver Socialite, divorced with two children, her wealthy ex-husband doesn't have time for their children and her son is acting out. She is scared of horses but after her son tries to steal horseshoes from Noah Stephens, one trail ride turns into repeated visits to his riding school. Noah Stephen is a widowed cowboy, he dreams of teaching children the art of rodeo. He offers to teach Piper and Colton to ride, and Lily works to help him get the word out about his school. Can two hearts that have been hurt in the past, embrace their second chance? Lily is tired of the big city scene and expectations, when she finds herself the unlikely advocate for Noah Stephens' riding school. Her children adore Noah, and despite her fear of horses, a mare named Honey takes to her instantly. Lilt comes to appreciate small-town living and sensibilities, enjoying the slower more pleasurable way of life. Clint, Noah's father has become a sort of matchmaker over the years, and he finds ways to subtly get Lily and Noah together. He has many wise words and the children love him . Noah has a passion for rodeo, because of how much it helped him become the man that he is. He enjoys sharing that with the children and really loves having Lily and her children around. He struggles with moving on from the death of his wife, and has a good relationship with his father. He leans on his faith, and trusts God with his new business venture. Overall, a enjoyable read of hope and second chances. Lily is a strong woman, who loves her children and wants the best for her children in more than worldly ways. I love the close knit Stephen's family and all the brothers and their father, Clint. I loved the interaction between the characters, and the strong faith, and message of hope and second chances. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and testimonials in Advertising."
Anonymous 7 months ago
This story was a heartwarming tale of two people working through heartache and meeting one another on the other side. I loved the characters, as they developed and got to know each other. I also enjoyed the children and the element that they add to this story. This series works well together or can stand alone, though I personally was left with wanting to know more about the Stephens family and reading each of their stories. This is a wonderful read! I received this book from Just Read Tours. This is my honest review and is in no way influenced by receiving a complimentary copy.
Mylittlebirdie 7 months ago
Her Colorado Cowboy is such a sweet love story about letting go of your fears and past heartaches! I can totally relate to Lily Davis’s reluctance to grow closer to Noah Stephens, owner of the ranch where her children go on a horseback ride. As handsome and appealing as a cowboy might be, like Lily, I’m a total city girl. Also, I’m not extremely afraid of horses like Lily is, but I’ll admit that their large size does make me nervous! As the story progresses, Noah grows closer to Lily over the course of the summer, and he also falls for two her children. I think that this is one of the best parts of the book! I loved getting glimpses of Noah’s tender side as he had parenting moments with Lily’s kids. The story has a sweet conclusion, and now I’m excited to catch up on the rest of the Rocky Mountain Heroes series! I received a copy of this book from JustRead Publicity Tours and am under no obligation to provide a positive review. All opinions are my own.
BrittanyMc 7 months ago
This book was so good! I honestly didn’t want it to end. However, when it did, I was left with such a satisfied and happy feeling that I am now eagerly awaiting the release of the next book in the series! Each of the stories in the Rocky Mountain Heroes series is so good, and although they are definitely connected, they can be picked up and enjoyed without having to read the books before them. I loved these characters! Noah and Lily had both faced different types of heartache and it was interesting to watch them develop a friendship that hinted at the potential to be more. Although they came from very different backgrounds, Noah and Lily were exactly what each other needed. I also really enjoyed the children in this book. They were an important part of the story and added so much! This was a great book and I am looking forward to reading the last two books in the series, which will be about the remaining two Stephens brothers who have not had their happy endings yet. I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
SBMC 7 months ago
Oh, what a tender and sweet story about second-chances and overcoming your fears! I’ve read the first two books in the series and enjoyed them thoroughly, but I really loved this third book about Noah and Lily. Perhaps it’s the broken vulnerability both characters embody. Perhaps it’s their past fears that they work so hard to avoid and then conquer. It’s a great read for any contemporary romance fans and it can definitely be read as a stand-alone. Noah is the oldest of the five Stephens brothers and is responsible, determined, tender, patient, and loving though he harbors a deep hurt and regret. Lily is a divorced socialite who stuffs down her own pain and insecurity so that she can be the best mom to her two children. As their dreams and their abilities/gifts merge, they find themselves at a crossroads where they can choose happiness in the unknown or mere existence in the comfort zone. There is quite a bit of character growth in Noah and Lily, as well as in Lily’s son and Noah’s widowed father. I can’t wait for the next books about Jude and Daniel, the fourth and fifth brother in the family! I was given a copy of the book by publisher/author via JustRead Publicity Tours. I was under no obligation to post a positive review. All comments and opinions are solely my own.