She shouldn't get involved with the cowboy next door...
Laid off from her teaching job in the city, Jemma Monroe takes a job teaching in a tiny town and rents a house on the outskirts. A visitor soon shows up at her door—a horse. His owner, a handsome neighbor in boots and a cowboy hat, comes by to collect him.
When single dad Wyatt Langford meets Jemma, it’s the first time he feels interest in a woman since his wife left. But she’s his daughter’s new teacher, so they both know they should keep their distance.
Nonetheless, Wyatt keeps finding excuses to spend time with Jemma, and Wyatt’s daughter becomes more and more attached to her. With them, Jemma discovers the good things about country life, from starry skies to s’mores cooked over a fire. But she still misses her past life in the city. Is there any reason for them to dream of a future together?
This heartwarming cowboy romance includes a Hallmark original recipe for Classic Italian Lasagna.
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I can’t say enough about this book. I was so glued to the pages. The children are delightful, especially Bailey. I loved Jemma’s spirit and heart. The towns people are so close knit and out to help each other when ever they can. This is just a wonderful story. A person can not help but love it!
Reading this book was just like watching a Hallmark movie!!
I love small town romances and this one was so heartwarming and sweet!! I loved how Jemma just threw herself into the adventure of packing up her life to substitute teach in a small town in Colorado and when she decided to go for it, she went for it. Wyatt broke my heart more than once and Bailey Rae put it back together. The kids in this book were so adorable!!!
I so want this town to be part of a series!! I definitely want to go back!!!
A Charming Story
I enjoyed this book. It’s the kind of story that is hard to put down. The whole town wants to see Jemma and Wyatt get together but both of them have reservations. A horse, a rabbit, and a bunch of 3rd graders help to push things along. Appropriate for younger readers but adults will enjoy it as well.