THE WRANGLER'S SPECIAL DELIVERY
When the father of her baby bails, Devon Bennett finds herself in a difficult position. As in "giving birth in a truck on the side of a road" difficult. Devon's never felt more alone, until a hunky cowboy rides in to save the day.
Deputy Cody McCullough can't shake the feeling that Devon and her baby still need him, and not just because they're staying at his ranch. It's obvious that the single mom's heart has been broken before and trusting this cowboy lawman doesn't come easily. But Cody will do whatever it takes to make Devon feel safe again…and to see that her heart finally has a home.
A heartfelt, adorable, tender tale about life, love, and new starts in life, and how utterly wonderful can a misfortune turn out to be, a true blessing in disguise.
I am not sure if I have ever read a story so filled with positivity, good, warm, fuzzy feelings, loving and caring people, who are willing to go the extra mile, even for a stranger, and open their lives, hearts, and homes to those in need.
I smiled through most of the story, maybe not so much in the beginning, with the birthing in the truck and all, but from then on. I am in awe how the author managed to build such a loving, inspiring tale, and still keep the interest and enthusiasm alive. Yes, there's drama and struggle, not made by the characters, but the outside forces beyond their control.
Cody is so perfect. He is kind, protective, generous, and humble. He would do anything to make Devon's life easier. I liked the family unit that the Bennetts have, how they had the attitude 'all for one and one for all' from the start.
This story has nothing to do with Christmas, yet it gives the strongest testimony of the true meaning of it on each page of the tale. An adorable, uplifting, and encouraging story about human kindness, love, and family.
~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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