Review: Falling for the Cowgirl


As the only girl in her family, and with four older brothers, Ivy McQuaid can rope and ride with the roughest of ranchers. She’s ready to have what she’s always longed for–a home of her own. She’s set her heart on a parcel of land south of Fairplay and is saving for it with her winnings from the cowhand competitions she sneaks into.

After two years away, Jericho Bliss is back in South Park as an undercover Pinkerton agent searching for a war criminal. He has no intention of involving a woman in the dangerous life he leads, but one look at Ivy is all it takes for him to question the path he’s set out for himself.

Even though Jericho tries to resist his longtime attraction to the beautiful and vivacious Ivy, he finds himself falling hard and fast for her. In the process, his worst fear comes true–he puts her smack dab in the middle of danger. With Ivy’s life in the balance, will Jericho give her up once again, or will he find a way back to her, this time forever?

Rating: 5-stars


Falling for the Cowgirl by Jody Hedlund is an amazing novel that transports me into another world. The time period is well-done. The details painted a vivid picture of the scenes and characters. I became so engrossed in this story! Ivy is just as tough as her past love interest. They are smart, know what they want, and they work hard. Their feelings can be felt across the pages. Love, danger, suspense, and second chances are found here. It is one epic wild ride. Jody Hedlund never disappoints. Her dialogue and characters continue to charm. Overall, I cannot wait to read the next adventure by her.

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