Book Review of Secondhand Cowboy by Lacy Williams

My Review

What if you got a second chance to be with the love of your life? Would you take it?

I loved loved loved this book. So many feels. So many laughs. This was a well-rounded and well-written story that had me feeling everything ranging from happiness to heartache. I loved the characters, the setting, and I especially loved how it ended.

As a parent of a toddler, I related to this book in ways that had me laughing so hard. Oh, how many times has my son puked all over me without warning? Or battled me about taking a bath, only to not want to get out of the tub after?

I seriously loved this book. Highly recommend!

My rating: 5 stars

Favorite Quote

She’d prepared a snack in the kitchen while the boys had bounced on the bed, telling him every single thought that’d crossed their minds since breakfast. A ladybug they’d seen outside. What color Iris’s favorite horse was. The size of the booger Brandt had pulled from his nose. And then eaten.

They filled up his heart. Had from the moment he’d held them in his arms in a tiny rural hospital.

Blurb

She’s everything they told him he couldn’t have.
She’s the only thing that makes him whole.
He’s going back to Sutter’s Hollow? Bad idea.

Never show weakness. Callum’s childhood mantra is back in play as fate sends the bull rider back to his hometown. Ten years ago, he was run out of town under a cloud of suspicion. But he’s not a banged-up foster kid anymore. He only wants one thing: to prove he’s not the trailer trash they said he was.

Fate must be laughing. Iris was supposed to escape the small town life and have a ballet career on stage in NYC. But family issues kept her home long enough for opportunity to pass her by and now she’s going nowhere, fast. She’s blindsided when she comes face-to-face with the boy who walked away from her and broke every promise. Callum hasn’t changed from the boy she remembers. He’s just better at hiding his scars.

Amazon ~ Goodreads

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