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Jenna's Cowboy by Sharon Gillenwater
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Sep 16, 2010

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This was a generally enjoyable read. It is a fairly gentle story, it made me think of some of the Mills and Boon books and Lucy Walker titles that I've read in the past - this was almost just a longer version.

The plot follows the return home of Nate, a cowboy who enlisted after 9/11. He hopes to reunite with the girl he loved as a teen but he's coming home with a pretty hefty case of PTSD. This means that the plot is pretty patriotically American which was interesting to read.

One thing I hadn't noticed when I picked the book up was that it's classified as Christian fiction. As a result there are a lot of Christian themes running through it, for example characters frequently pray. This was quite a surprise and did take some getting used to.

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