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Book Review: The Cowboy’s Accidental Bride by Cindy Roland Anderson

Title: The Cowboy’s Accidental Bride

Author: Cindy Roland Anderson

Series: Country Brides & Cowboy Boots (Stands Alone)

Published: January 11, 2018

Page Length: 162 Pages

 

Book Summary:

Ruby Harrison is a glass-half-full kind of girl…except when it comes to her own love-life.

Having already lost in the game of love, she’s satisfied being a single mother. But when her seven-year-old daughter asks if she can find her a new daddy, Ruby reluctantly ventures back into the dating world with one stipulation: the man can’t be a cowboy. Her condition for dating is challenged when she crashes into Tate Allred’s truck. The cowboy defies all her preconceived notions, turning Ruby’s life upside down and making her realize that hitting the cowboy’s truck might be the best thing that ever happened to her.

I struggled with this one simply because the whole premise of the story was inaccurate. The book starts with Ruby hitting Tates car. She then doesn’t have money for the deductible to have his car fixed which leads to the arrangement for her to help Tate with her daughter as a way to pay for the deductible. However, liability insurance, which is for the damage you do to others, does not have a deductible… Something that most people could overlook but it detracted from the believability of the story for me.

Once the story moved past that issue I started to enjoy it. These two need in other and I enjoyed watching their relationship develop. There were some very tender moments with their 2 young girls.

Overall a great book with a happily ever after ending. I love Cindy’s writing style! She draws me in and I don’t want to stop reading.

 


Rating; 4 Stars – Great Book

Content: Clean

Source: Kindle Unlimited

2018: #69