A Cowboy in Shepherd's Crossing
From bachelor to daddy... Shepherd's Crossing is full of surprises!
Cowboy bachelor Jace Middleton was ready to leave Shepherd's Crossing for good – until he learns his family's unspoken secrets. Now Jace finds himself not only caring for his twin baby nieces, but working with beautiful, strong-willed designer Melonie Fitzgerald to renovate his grandmother's run-down es...more
And that right there is why I love Ruth Logan Herne's novels -- heroines with a healthy dose of snark the way only Ruthy can write 'em. But though Melonie can hold her own in a difference of opinion and isn't shy about calling a spade a spade, she also has a soft heart and sweet faith to buffer some of those rough edges.
Jace can't help but admire her southern belle spunk even though it comes at a ti ...more
Ruth Logan Herne takes her readers back to Shepherd's Crossing in this second book in the series. Jace Middleton, a cowboy on a ranch there, is getting ready to leave Shepherd's Crossing for good. Then he is completely blindsided by a family secret. A HUGE family secret. Suddenly his plans have just went sideways and he must plan a new future. And he finds himself having to work alongside a very strong willed designer, Melonie ...more
When Jace found out that he had been adopted, he assumed the worst – that his natural parents didn’t love him, and that his grandmother had rejected him for the color of his skin. Melonie had a terrible accident when she was a child and always felt that her father blamed her. I enjoyed the way the two had to work past assumptions they had made and learned to ac ...more
A Cowboy in Shepherd’s Cross is filled with feel-good emotions....and a few tears as I empathized with Melonie’s trauma. I want to hug her, reliable Jace, the precious babies, and the whole town of good folks...alon ...more
A Cowboy in Shepherd’s Crossing is filled with feel-good emotions....and a few tears as I empathized with Melonie’s trauma. I want to hug her, reliable Jace, the precious babies, and the whole town of good folks...a ...more