The Cowboy's Second Chance
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The Cowboy's Second Chance (Welcome to Destiny #1)

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Landon Cartwright was a hero in Maggie Stevens's eyes. The roving cowboy showed up just in time to rescue the Crescent Moon owner from the men trying to steal her land. But the longer the sexy-as-sin loner stayed--working her ranch and bonding with her daughter--the more Maggie knew she was setting herself up for heartbreak....
Haunted by tragedy, Landon Cartwright came to...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Silhouette Desire (first published January 1st 2009)
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The Cowboy's Second Chance was a decent read, it didn't just pull me in much that's all. Landon works as a cowboy, moving from place to place with his horse, he doesn't make much but in reality he owns part of a big ranch in Texas. He lost his wife and kid in a fire and blamed himself was convicted then exonerated. He does not want to go home, his new job doesn't pan through when he prevents his to be boss from harassing Maggie.

Maggie runs her family ranch but she's not had an easy time, her fat...more
Maggie is a single mother, struggling to keep her ranch, the last thing she needs is to become involved with a man, even if that man is Landon the new cowboy she hired. She didn't have it easy. Neither her father nor her ex-husband appreciated her. And keeping her ranch is getting harder and harder with another rancher doing everything in his power to ruin her. She desperately needs help, luckily fate plays a hand and she finds the perfect man for the job.

Landon is a deeply scarred man. His wife...more
Cheesy romances are my guilty pleasure. I can read them in one day. They are fun and quick. I picked this up and just loved it. I have a fondness for cowboys. This one was so cliche but I still loved it.
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