From New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Lisa Mondello...
Ever since Mitch Broader set foot in Texas, he dreamed of owning his own ranch. Now that he’s bought a share in the Double T Ranch, he’s one step closer to the dream. Then his past greets him in the form of a baby basket, complete with infant and birth certificate naming him as the father. He can’t change diapers and work toward his dream at the same time.
When Sara Lightfoot, “Miss Hollywood” in Mitch’s eyes, rescues him with her particular knack for handling his precocious son, he hires her on the spot as a temporary nanny. No matter how much Sara’s dark eyes and warm heart make this bachelor think of settling down and making their arrangement permanent, she’s made it perfectly clear she has other plans that don’t include him or his dreams.
Sara Lightfoot never thought she’d return to her home on the reservation. Now she plans to reclaim the life she left by going back to the reservation as a Native American storyteller, teaching the Apache children stories of their culture. She didn’t expect Mitch Broader’s sexy smile or job offer as a live-in nanny to derail those plans. After all she’s been through to come home, can she open up her heart once again to love?
His Heart for the Trusting is book 2 of the Texas Hearts series which includes:
Her Heart for the Asking book 1
His Heart for the Trusting book 2
The More I See book 3
Gypsy Hearts book 4
Leaving Liberty book 5
His Texas Heart book 6
If you like sexy heroes, westerns, contemporary romances, cowboy romances, then you'll enjoy HIS HEART FOR THE TRUSTING!
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His Heart for the Trusting
Very good book with the power of family. When families unite to work together you can see the miracles they produce.
His Hear for the Trusting
Yes there are many spelling errors & inaccurate use of several words (Ms. Mondello needs to re-edit her work) but other than that I enjoyed the story & the two main characters & the baby are delightful. Nice ending.
Oh my goodness
If you can get over all of the basic spelling errors, road and rode and impossible to impossibly, and the off feeling to the romance itself, not to mention how many inaccuracies depicted in this novel, it's STILL not worth the read. All I can say in favor of this is that I'm glad I didn't pay any money for it.