Very cute love story with many laugh out loud moments. Can an Amish girl fall in love with a cowboy? Can her father and grandmother survive trying to keep them apart. Can a cattle drive survive with just one Amish family and half a crew? You need to read it to find out but it is well worth it.
We've all heard of Cowboys and Indians, cowboys and aliens and now it's time for cowboys and the Amish! With this latest book from the fantastic duo of Copeland and Smith two very different world's collide -- that of a peace-loving Amish family and the ruff and tumble life of a cowpoke. I have to admit I wasn't sure how this story was going to turn out but knowing these two authors I knew it was going to be fun and interesting to say the least! I wasn't disappointed and I bet you won't be either. If you 're looking for a thick, juicy read this isn't it but it you're looking for a sweet story minus the stop-and-make-you-think stuff this is your book! The entire story takes place over a week of riding the range with a herd of cattle so other than your standard cattle rustler bad guys there isn't a whole lot of drama. Luke and Emma's relationship never goes beyond a few heated glances for most of the book but the chemistry definitely lurked behind the scenes so to speak. I loved Emma's grandmother, she definitely provided for some fun moments especially when she overstepped her bounds with the camp cook, McCann by invading his "kitchen." All in all this was a cute story that I would recommend to readers of any age who like a sweet book.