than a Cowboy
identity of her daughter's father is a secret, one that single mother Haley
Clayton must keep forever—for a very good reason. But when a tragedy takes
the man's life—a tragedy Haley fears was her fault—the truth comes
out. And now the man's stepbrother, handsome rancher Jared Sinclair, wants
answers. Why has Haley kept the child from his family? What is she hiding?
Haley can't tell him—ever. But then Jared insists Haley and young Sarah
spend time at the family ranch, where she discovers he's not just a proud
cowboy; he's her—and her daughter's—deepest wish.
for someone who is looking for a read that will inspire them to believe in happy
ever afters. I liked the characters, especially Haley and her struggles with
her past. I just wish that Haley would just let her secret go a little
earlierin the story. It seemed to me she spent too much time kicking herself
for something she had no control over. There were times when I just thought she
should tell Jared already and get it over with. With his faith and beliefs he
would be able to get over it and move on with their lives.