Fifth Generation Cowboy: A Three Rivers Romance Book 4
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Series: Three Rivers Ranch Romance, Book 4
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Inspirational Fiction, Women's Fiction
Tags: Christian Living, Contemporary Romance, Cowboy Romance, Inspirational Fiction, Military Romance, Small Town Living
Publisher: BraveHeart Audiobooks
Format: Audiobook
Narrator: Becky Doughty
ASIN: B01LX3DTKR
The only thing Tom Lovell knows is ranching, having been raised by a single dad on a Montana cattle ranch before moving to Three Rivers Ranch
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About the Book

Can Tom and Rose navigate their friendship to find a new brand of happily ever after?

The only thing Tom Lovell knows is ranching, having been raised by a single dad on a Montana cattle ranch before moving to Three Rivers Ranch. He’s watched other men on the ranch get hitched one by one, but he’s not sure he’s the marrying type. His mother’s abandonment when he was a child colors how he sees women, and besides, he’s a fifth generation cowboy, and that’s enough for him.

Rose Reyes has been raising her autistic child, Mari, by herself for seven years. She’s frustrated she doesn’t have an adult to talk to after a long day at work, that her ex-husband seems to have moved on without a care about Mari while Rose is determined to wait until she’s older before dating again. Though Mari’s been improving due to her equine therapy, she’s moody and sometimes explosive, and Rose just wants a break from it all.

She confesses to Tom that she feels completely out of control of her life. He doesn’t judge her for her feelings or shortcomings, and instead offers to help fix her leaking kitchen sink and mow her overgrown lawn. As Tom and Rose spend more time together, Tom realizes his friendship with Rose could grow into something more – if he’d let it. Tom and Rose will need faith and love to navigate the road from friendship to something more, without risking Mari in the process.

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