About the Book
…and when to let go?
Five years ago, bull rider Bear Stone lost everything. His best friend. His fiancée. His career. And Piper Healy, his best friend’s wife, never forgave him for the rodeo accident that killed her husband. Now they’re working together to save his family’s ranch. But can this cowboy choose between his last chance at the rodeo…and the woman he’s falling for?
In My Opinion
I enjoyed another visit to the Stone River Ranch and catching up with the entire Stone family in Lisa Jordan’s Redeeming the Cowboy.
When Barrett “Bear” Stone and Piper Healy are roped into working on a project together to try and save the family ranch, neither of them thinks it’s a good idea. There is too much history and pain between them. Piper was married to Bear’s best friend and even though Bear fell in love with Piper when he was younger, he stepped aside while his friend got the girl.
Piper has a lot on her plate—raising as single daughter, running her own business, and now working alongside the man she blames for her husband’s death years ago. Readers who started with book one of the series met Piper in that book, but don’t worry if you haven’t read it yet, Redeeming the Cowboy will fill in all the gaps.
Faith, forgiveness, and family fill the pages of this book from beginning to end. I look forward to seeing which of the Stone siblings is next in line to fall in love.
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