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Artist Ella Langton is healing from an injury due to an accident. She rents a cabin hoping for some solitude. No such luck because the neighbors’ three children keep playing in her front yard. Her heart begins to soften when one of the children persuade her to help with an art project. Soon unexpected feelings start to stir between Ella their single dad Cord. Will the girls get the mom they are hoping for?
Vendor: Love Inspired
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 6.62 X 4.22 (inches)
Series: Cowboys of Cedar Ridge
Meeting the Cowboy's Family
Looking for inspiration, artist Ella Langton rents a cabin in the isolated Porcupine Hills of Alberta. She didn't count on having neighbors, but rancher Cord Walsh and his three children are just a stone's throw away. Still healing from a tragic accident, Ella has no plans of reaching out, but she's having a hard time keeping them out of her yardand her thoughts. And when little Suzy ropes Ella into helping her with an art project, she can't help her growing feelings for the girl's rugged daddy. With three persistent children, Cord and Ella may find their fenced-off hearts opening up sooner than they thought"
MarilynCoral Springs, FLAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5finding your pathFebruary 15, 2017MarilynCoral Springs, FLAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Ella is struggling finding inspiration for her career in the art world. She is struggling with many secrets of her past. When she does not find the solidarity she is seeking but a loud, loving family instead is this the answer to many unasked questions or is it more than her heart can take?
Cord is confused by his new neighbor. not certain why she feels the way she seems to about his kids. Will he be able to find out Ella's secrets and help her or is it more than he will be willing to go through.
This was a well written and enjoyable book, however I felt the ending was rushed. It may be the author was limited on the number of words though. I do look forward to reading more from this author.