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A Real Cowboy Always Trusts His Heart…

A Real Cowboy Always Trusts His Heart (Wyoming Rebels)

by Stephanie Rowe

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A Real Cowboy Always Trusts His Heart by Stephanie Rowe

Oh so any sentimental tears! I love a story that can move me so much. Heartstrings galore. Mostly on the sweet and happy side.

Contemporary former bad boy turned family man romance. Dripping with emotion. 7th book in the Wyoming Rebel series. Can be read as a standalone.

They wanted only to protect her so pushed her away and out of town to college. Instead of feeling protected, she felt abandoned and alone.
This cowboy is smart. Ryder. He opens up to her. Explains his feelings and reasoning. And pleads with her to rethink her experience from a different viewpoint. Stupid brother needed shaking to wake up even though he already found love and acceptance. Backslide there.

Love, love, love this family of wounded protector men turned into amazing beautiful people.
I’m grateful the author didn’t push this storyline just to get it completed. It was worth the wait.

“Ryder inhaled at the sound of her voice, and something deep inside him vibrated, almost violently. He'd missed her. Hell, he'd missed her so much that his chest actually hurt.
Travis pushed Chase aside to embrace her. Then Maddox. His brothers encircled her, welcoming her, asking her about her trip, when she'd arrived, where she was staying.
He didn't move.
His feet were stuck to the floor, his legs frozen as he listened to her talk, letting the sound of her voice wash over him. He'd forgotten what her voice felt like, how deeply it touched him, how much he'd yearned to hear it.”
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