About the Book
Dallas Campbell expects her seasonal position as a dinner theater entertainer in Wyoming to end within weeks, but when she’s given a full-time offer, she accepts. Still struggling with the loss of her husband and child, she’s determined to forge a new future, sell her Texas home, and leave the past behind.
Gabe Langston has been a widower for two years and needs a new start with his daughter. He finds the perfect home with a history as big and wide as Texas and located near a ranch that will board his horses. Boxes hidden in his attic point to the ranch and the home’s mysterious prior owner, so he reaches out to her in Wyoming.
Dallas returns to Texas to investigate the contents in the hidden boxes. She plans to stay with her aunt for a few days and then head back to Wyoming. What she doesn’t count on is a handsome cowboy and his sweet daughter interfering with those plans.
Determined to help Dallas work though her past, Gabe buckles in for what is sure to be a tough job. He’s up for the challenge, but can he convince the woman he’s falling for to extend her stay, permanently? Or will her new life in Wyoming keep them apart?
Finding You is a heartwarming, small-town Christian contemporary western romance and part of the Whispers in Wyoming series. All books in the series are standalone and can be read in any order.
In My Opinion
Looking for a quick and satisfying read? Finding You by Tanya Eavenson might be the perfect solution.
This little novella has a lot of hard and a lot of heart. Both Gabe and Dallas are grieving the losses of their spouses. Dallas’s solution is to escape her pain by selling her home and taking a job in Wyoming. Gabe’s solution is to bury himself in work. But when the two finally officially meet, the interest and attraction simmers under the surface between them.
Eavenson does an excellent job of showing how loving one person doesn’t mean you can’t love another and how your heart can expand to love someone new if you are brave enough to grasp that gift. With some tender and gentle moments with Gabe and his daughter and some lighter moments with Aunt Ruth (who thinks she’s sly but we all see what she’s up to), this novella is worth the read.
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