I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Z.A. Maxfield
Released: Dec. 2, 2014
Series: The Cowboys #3
Published by InterMix
“MY COWBOY HOMECOMING might actually be one of my favorites in the series.” ~ Under the Covers
Tripp returns from service after his brother’s death to New Mexico where he is to care for his mother while his father is doing time in prison. The bills are piling up and there doesn’t seem like much to be excited about when he returns, except for the fact that there is a J-Bar Ranch that has an injured cowboy by the name of Lucho Reyes.
Lucho is a man who holds grudges so when Tripp begins to work at the ranch, he tries to keep his distance. Events from the past stand in their way, but Tripp is determined to make things work between them.
MY COWBOY HOMECOMING is written from Tripp’s POV. Readers get an in depth look into his life and we don’t see a lot of good things to be honest. However, the one bright spot is Lucho. This story is quite simple. Maxfield doesn’t create too much conflict that creates such a heavy weight on its characters. It’s a pure story of overcoming one’s preconceptions of others and learning to love them regardless. I love this style a lot so it’s no wonder why I enjoyed this book. Maxfield’s writing is always very clear and free-flowing, making the pages go by quickly. MY COWBOY HOMECOMING might actually be one of my favorites in the series.
*ARC provided by publisher
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