Mister Cowboy is my first book by Rebecca Jenshak but I promise it won’t be my last!
I was nervous when I decided to read this book. The author was new to me, cowboys aren’t my typical go to trope and I wasn’t sure I was going to like it but I was intrigued. So I dove in with all the gusto I had.
And you guys - I loved it! All. Of. It!
I understood both characters - in my gut! I connected with them, I aches for them, I wanted to help them but most of all - I loved them. They are all a both aittle bit broken, looking for love and trying to accept where they are in life and what comes next.
This book is a journey into learning to forgive - both ourselves and others. And it came at just the right time for me.
He’s a dirty-talking CEO with the heart of a cowboy.
Brecken Blackstone is not a cowboy. The bristly CEO has finally made a name for himself, trading boots for expensive suits, and the country landscape for a high rise in the city. When he inherits the family ranch, he’s eager to sell and be rid of it and the memories that haunt him.
January Lyle isn’t interested in another rich, boring suit, but from the moment she met Brecken, it’s clear he’s different. Hired to organize and prepare Blackstone Ranch to be sold, January wonders if she’s in over her head – with the large estate and the sexy man who owns it.
Rebecca lives in Arizona with her husband and children. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading, going to the movie theater, and binge-watching Netflix.