A Cowboy's Touch

A Cowboy's Touch

Large Print - 2011
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Abigail Jones intends to spend just one summer in middle-of-nowhere Montana with her Aunt Lucy. Time away from her job is just what Abigail needs to reassess her life. The slow pace has her breathing deeply for the first time in years. And the majestic scenery encourages her to get reacquainted with herself and God. What she didn't count on was the handsome widowed cowboy who owns the ranch where her aunt lives. When the rancher loses his daughter's nanny, Abigail decides to lend a hand for the summer. Wade Ryan can't help being attracted to Abigail. But he's given up everything to protect his daughter, and he's not about to risk it all on a pretty face. Under Abigail's care, Wade's home and daughter thrive. And with Wade's touch, Abigail's heart feels at home at last. But Abigail knows this elusive rancher is hiding something. Will her own secrets separate her from the cowboy who finally captured her heart?
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Publishing, ©2011.
Edition: Center Point large print edition.
ISBN: 9781611730852
Characteristics: 351 pages ;,23 cm.


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Feb 21, 2017

It was a cute book. I love how in each of her stories there's a lesson and a purpose. Every time her characters run back to God and they realize that they can't do it all on their own. I like her books and her style of writing:)

Jan 29, 2017

Denise Hunter is FANTASTIC with language, but in the end, this wasn't my favorite story. The H/h each just 'decide' they love the other, but it is really built on nothing more than attraction. We never really SEE them doing much together that shows compatibility, hitting it off, things they have in common, enjoying one another's company, etc. ' Also, I thought the hero acted out of character at some key moments. Ending was somewhat predictable, and somewhat inconsistent with where the hero had been going in life. Just didn't ring true to how he would act in real life based on the characterization laid out earlier in the story. I liked Denise Hunter's "Married Til Monday" better.

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