Thursday, September 16, 2021

The Heart of a Cowboy

 



Jody Hedlund has captured my heart with her latest novel, The Heart of a Cowboy. I loved the first in this series, A Cowboy for Keeps. But this one is even better.

Linnea Newberry and her grandfather are traveling out west with a group of botanist. They are on an expedition cataloging for the Smithsonian Institute. Linnea seems to always get into some sort of trouble. She has a hard time paying attention to her surrounding, often getting lost.

Flynn McQuaid has determined he will never marry after watching his mother die in childbirth. He will never put a woman through that. But when he saves Linnea after falls off her wagon as they are crossing the river, he is smitten. 

Flynn and Linnea are at a start of an adventure that pulls at heartstrings. Linnea falls in love with Flynn, as he tries not to.  I loved the character of Ivy, Flynn's young sister who is constantly prodding Flynn by telling him he needs Linnea in his life. 

This is absolutely a wonderful story. Action, adventure, LOTS of kissing. But very clean reading. I love how you can feel the drama of Flynn and Linnea's story. 

So now we must wait for Brody's story. We get a taste of it at the end of the book. Can it really get any better?

I received a complimentary ebook copy from the publisher, through Net Galley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.



1 comments:

Darlene of Creative Latitude said...

Sounds like a sweet read. I've added it to my "to read" list. Thanks for the review.