Rocky Mountain Cowboy by Tina Radcliffe
Rocky Mountain Cowboy by Tina Radcliffe released on Dec 20, 2016 is available now for purchase.
|Product dimensions:||4.10(w) x 6.40(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Tina Radcliffe has been dreaming and scribbling for years. Originally from Western NY, she left home for a tour of duty with the Army Security Agency stationed in Augsburg, Germany, and ended up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her past careers include: Certified Oncology R.N. and library cataloger. She recently moved from Denver, Colorado, to the Phoenix, Arizona area, where she writes heartwarming and fun inspirational romance.
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Rocky Mountain Cowboy based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I loved the details of ranch life in this story of second chance love. The fact that Joe has a prosthetic arm and Rebecca coincidentally is assigned as his physical therapist makes things even more interesting. Despite the resentment and regret over Becca's past choice, they can't help but respect and admire the changes in each other. I was actually on vacation in the Rocky Mountains when I read this book, so it was fun to be in the setting and easily imagine the ranch and town. The cast of characters rounded out the story well, from Becca's daughter and supportive mother to the film crew from the city floundering in the country. I feel like this author's writing is more matter of fact than emotional, but I still was invested in the characters and interested in the outcome of Joe and Becca's relationship. (I received a complimentary copy of the book; all opinions in this review are my own)
This is the second book I've read by Tina Radcliffe. The story is set in Paradise, Colorado. In the first story I read, Dan Gallagher was the main character. It's in that book that I first met a secondary character named Joe Gallagher (Dan's older brother and the the star of this book). Since first being introduced to Joe, I've been counting down the days for his story to be told/published. When it finally came I was super happy and excited! The story was fantastic. The characters were fun and Tina's humor is subtly woven throughout - awesome! Joe is a character I will not forget anytime soon - he also helped me with some of what I'm dealing with too (His perspective and coping with how things turned out after the accident). I can highly recommend this book - it's totally worth the shelf space and would make a great gift book as well. No profanity, and also contains clean behavior on-par with a classic Hallmark movie. It ended happy (a must for me) and it stands on its on. P.S. The first story I read, where I first met Dan and Joe was: Stranded with the Rancher (A Love Inspired Book).