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The Reluctant Cowgirl by Christine Lynxwiler

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The Reluctant Cowgirl by Christine Lynxwiler

Reviewed by Rel Mollet

"For those who enjoy an easy to read and uplifting romance, Christine Lynxwiler's stories won't go amiss."

Tragedy forced Crystal McCord to leave her loving family's ranch in Arkansas and pursue a dream to perform in New York. Seven years later, summoned by her brothers and sisters, she returns with a broken heart and little to show from her acting career.

Jeremy Buchanan is a rancher whose love of horses is only surpassed by his devotion to his young daughter, spirited away by his former wife, now missing for almost a year. Nursing a shattered heart but determined to invest the time and money needed to find little Beka, Jeremy finds in Crystal a person who knows the true heartache of unbearable pain and loss.

Christine Lynxwiler has penned more than just a romance in the first of her McCord Sister romance novels. She delves into the suffering of both her characters as they try to move past different tragedies that have changed their lives forever. The Reluctant Cowgirl is an engaging read, combining all the elements of a sweet romance, a little suspense and an underpinning of faith. This book sets a little of the scene for following stories on the McCord sisters, which will please readers who like to anticipate follow on stories. For those who enjoy an easy to read and uplifting romance, Christine Lynxwiler's stories won't go amiss.

Rel MolletRel Mollet is a lawyer, wife and mother of three young daughters and lives in Melbourne, Australia. Reading has been her passion since childhood. She is a Book Club Co-ordinator and has her own website ~ relzreviewz ~ dedicated to reviews and author interviews with the sole aim to support authors writing from a Christian worldview. She believes Sir Francis Bacon's (1561 - 1626) creed, "Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body".