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From USA Today bestselling author Lacy Williams comes a new contemporary cowboy romance:
Iris Tatum hasn’t seen her high school sweetheart Callum Stewart since he left years ago without a single word. Then she witnesses an horrific hit-and-run accident, and comes face to face with her past–and Cal’s triplets. A volunteer paramedic, Iris can’t walk away. No matter how much she wants to.
Bull rider Callum Stewart was run out of town at age twenty and vowed never to return. Only one thing could bring him back: building a future for his sons. Now, thanks to the accident that left him with a broken leg—he needs help to care for his boys. He has no choice but to accept Iris’s grudging help.
As they rediscover a friendship–and the sparks that never faded between them–Callum’s secrets are brought back with a vengeance. How can they keep the past from destroying their future?
I loved Secondhand Cowboy. This is a warm fun and enjoyable book. I really like how Lacy develops the characters, how you feel like you know them. I get wrapped up in the stories and hours pass before I can put them down. I really enjoy Lacy's books. I like nice, easy to read books with heart and happiness. I don't have to be challenged, just entertained. Great book!
Iris Tatum is a loving, caring woman with some family issues and a broken heart. When Callum Stewart comes crashing back into her life will she be able to forgive him and be the friend he needs or is there more at stake. While faced with making a very difficult decision will she be able to make the right one no matter how difficult.
Callum Stewart is a handsome, determined cowboy. He never planned on returning to this town nor did he plan on seeing Iris. When it seems he must depend on her help will he be able to keep his secrets or is the past destined to repeat itself.
This novella is full of love, forgiveness, heartache and family. Lacy Williams does a great job developing her characters and keeping them real.
I was given a copy of this novella from the publisher for my honest opinion.