The Cowboy’s Daughter (Three Sisters Ranch) by Jamie K. Schmidt

The Cowboy’s daughter is the first in the author’s Three sisters Ranch series.

Kelly Sullivan was kicked out of the family home when she refused to name the father of her child. She couldn’t tell her father that the man who impregnated her was his rodeo hero and that the man had ignored her attempts to contact him. Now five years later, Kelly is returning home with her daughter to try and help save the family ranch.

Trent Campbell is a former bull rider whose career was prematurely ended by an enraged bull. After recovering from his injuries, he is ready to get back into the ring. When Trent runs into the woman, he slept with right before his accident, he can’t believe his luck. His phone had been stolen, so he had no way of contacting the woman he could not forget.

This book was an okay read, and I probably would have given it a higher rating if I hadn’t read a book right after that followed the same trope and I enjoyed more. This book was predictable, and I found the characters quite bland. This book is definitely a holiday book, one you can bring along and enjoy but leave behind when you leave.

I received an arc of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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