Thursday, March 18, 2021

Review: Cowboy for Hire by Victoria James

Author: Victoria James
Publisher: Entangled: Amara
Publication Date: March 2020
Sarah Turner has led a very sheltered life. So when her parents pass away tragically, suddenly she’s left in charge of the family ranch with little know-how but plenty of will to keep it afloat. Determined not to lose her parents’ legacy or her newfound independence, she needs a hero fast—not to save her, but to show her how to save herself. But she’s unprepared for the ruggedly handsome cowboy who answers her ad.
“Cowboy for Hire,” the ad said, and Cade Walker is quick to respond. Betrayed as ranch manager by his former boss, he’s looking for a new place to put down roots—without the pressure to prove himself again. Except when he meets his new boss, it’s clear he’s not only there to run a ranch but to also teach Miss Independent how to run it. But as they struggle to make the ranch flourish, they’ll both need courage if they hope to find a family...together.
Cowboy for Hire is the second book in the Wishing River Series.  This is Cade's story.  He leaves his job at his friend's ranch to become ranch manager at a neighboring ranch.  Sarah, the owner, is trying to get the ranch back on it's feet and learn how to run it as well.  This one was by far my favorite out of the three in the series so far.
I really loved Cade and Sarah's story.  This couple was so suited for each other.  My heart broke for Cade and his back story.  His always feeling like he wasn't good enough was heartbreaking.  Sarah's back story and the way he parents deprived her of really living was equally sad.  I loved their banter.  I loved watching them fall in love.  This was a very sweet story.  I highly recommend this one.

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