THE COWBOY'S LAST RIDE Once he gets over the shock of finding out he's a father, Phoenix Rebel is ready to do right by his toddler son. The gorgeous barrel racer he runs into on the circuit could add a much-needed woman's touch. There's just one problem. She's a McCray—a Rebel's worst enemy.
Rosemary could gaze into Phoenix's warm brown eyes forever. And helping the sexy bull rider and his adorable two-year-old has ignited a fierce yearning in Rosie. Somehow she and Phoenix have to find a way to create their own family—even if it means leaving everyone else they love behind…
This was a very 'Western' and a very comforting book in that it gives you exactly what you expect,a happily-ever-after no matter what the odds. And in this story the odds are NOT in the hero and heroines favor.
This is a story that has been told a thousand times- Phoenix the hero of our story and youngest of the Rebel family has been caught fathering a child.
Rosemary McCray the arch enemy of the Rebel family (they've been feuding for decades) comes to Phoenixs' help, albeit reluctantly. Suddenly love is in the air. There is a mild sex scene but nothing to offend anyone.
There are a number of pitfalls and surprises in the way of the happy couple -but what irked me the most how nobody listens to anyone else and how childish Phoenix was about not accepting help from his family.
Still it was a quick and satisfying Western read.
*ARC supplied by publisher