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The Cowboys City Girl, a Love Inspired historical novel in the Montana Cowboys series, by Linda Ford
Beatrice Doyle left her family in the city because her father had an arranged marriage planned for her. Whe ends up in Montana caring for Levi Hardings injured step mother. Sparkes begin to fly when the two begin caring for an orphaned girl. Is this the family they have all longed for?
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Love Inspired Historical
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 0.76 X 4.21 (inches)|
Series: Montana Cowboys
Beatrice Doyle came to Montana to escape her father's marriage plans for hernot to lasso herself a cowboy. Yet she can't ignore the sparks that fly between her and Levi Harding while she's at his family's ranch, caring for his injured stepmother. But opening her heart would mean sacrificing her quest for independence
After being rejected by the girl he hoped to marry, Levi vows never to love again. Nevertheless, he's drawn to big-city girl Beatrice. In her, the halfNative American rancher sees himself: someone a little bruised, a lot lonely. And when the two join forces to care for an orphaned girl, he yearns to heal their fractured heartsand form the family they all long for.
Montana Cowboys: These brothers live and love by the code of the West
KavRCanadaGender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great inspirational romanceMay 25, 2016KavRCanadaGender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Third book in the Montana Cowboys series but easily reads as a standalone. I loved the dynamics between Beatrice and Levi from the very start. Both so wary, determined to walk an independent path until their worlds collide and a sweet little orphan girl stirs up yearnings neither are prepared for.
Absolutely love the inspirational thread in this novel -- one that I haven't come across often. It's taken from the scripture "I praise You because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Your works are wonderful, I know that full well." Psalms 139: 14. Both Beatrice and Levi struggle with accepting who God has made them to be. Cruel prejudice has left its mark on Levi while Beatrice struggles over the personal rejection of her earthly father. Situations that have shaped and defined them right into adulthood. Linda Ford does a wonderful job of weaving the spiritual into the story, convincing me, right along with Beatrice and Levi, that we are all precious children of a very loving Father who adores us just the way we are.