Book Reviews of That Cowboy's Kids (Home on the Ranch) (Harlequin Superromance, No 910)

That Cowboy's Kids (Home on the Ranch) (Harlequin Superromance, No 910)
That Cowboy's Kids - Home on the Ranch - Harlequin Superromance, No 910
Author: Debra Salonen
ISBN-13: 9780373709106
ISBN-10: 0373709102
Publication Date: 4/1/2000
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 34 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed That Cowboy's Kids (Home on the Ranch) (Harlequin Superromance, No 910) on + 23 more book reviews
Victim advocate abby Davis wants a new job. One that involves shorter hours, and less stress. But she's never been able to ignore a family in trouble. And the handsome cowboy waiting outside her office with his two little girls has a story that touches her heart.
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Victim advocate Abby Davis wants a new job. One that involves shorter hours and less stress. But she's never been able to ignore a family in trouble. And the handsome cowboy waiting outside her office with his two little girls has a story that touches her heart.
A robbery at an ATM has left his ex-wife dead and brought huge changes to Tom Butler's life. Overnight he's gone from single man living a simple ranch life to single parent trying to cope with two grieving daughters. Abby can tell he's reluctant to seek help, but he'll do it for his kids.
Now, instead of a new job, Abby has a new case. And spending time with the Butler girls means getting to know their father. It means discovering that to know Tom Butler is to love him.
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A Harlequin Superromance. Very good reading
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A man suddenly gains custody of his two kids. Can the new nanny help him cope?

Kind of predictable but good.
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nice harlequin romance story
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This book was so easy to read that I could not put it down the first night. The writing was excellent. I felt like I was prying in on someone elses personal life. I was a bit hesitant to start reading it because I am usually not a fan of romance books.
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Victim advocate Abby Davis wants a new job. One that involves shorter hours and less stress. But she's never been able to ignore a family in trouble. And the handsome cowboy waiting outside her office with his two little girls has a story that touches her heart.

A robbery at an ATM has left his ex-wife dead and brought huge changes to Tom Butler's life. Overnight he's gone from single man living a simple ranch life to single parent trying to cope with two grieving daughters. Abby can tell he's reluctant to seek help, but he'll do it for the his kids.

Now, instead of a new job, Abby has a new case. And spending time with the Butler girls means getting to know their father. It means discovering that to know Tom Butler is to love him.
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Tom Butler's life has been turned upside-down due to a robbery at an ATM, which has left him as a single father. Faced with two grieving daughters and not adept at seeking help, he does so for his kids. Enter Abby Davis, a social worker. Replete with vignettes of ranch life and the American West.
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This book was an easy read at bedtime. Tells of two people facing loss of love in different ways and then finding their hope in each other. Not too sexually explicit which is what I like.