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Could God actually want a woman to buy a cowboy?
The only way Bonnie Gibbs can escape her devious ex-husband is to remarry and provide a better future for her children. With the promise of half ownership in a ranch, she takes a chance on a broken rodeo cowboy and transplants her family from Florida to Wyoming.
Baya McKnight agrees to marry the prissy woman who owns the land he wants, but he’s overwhelmed when faced with children and a stubborn wife's belief in God.
Cautiously, they stumble through becoming a family even though climate, people, and their own insecurities get in the way. Only prayer faith, and time will bring them to that coveted happily-ever-after.
When everything goes belly up how do you hang on to your faith let alone your sanity? You Buy a Cowboy. A great story that looks at the challenges love can face in our modern world. The characters are delightful and realistic and remind us that sometimes what we need is not what we expect. A simple business deal my lead to so much more in this tail of faith and family.
Bonnie's pain gripped me instantly. The loss..., the ex... Wow what a start. Excitement about her future raced through my being as I read the words. Even though there is pain throughout the story, it is a feel good writing. Loved it. Highly recomment it.
Bonnie lost her parents and her grandparents in one plane crash. As the sole heir, she now owns a ranch in Wyoming. How wonderful it would be to raise her three children there! Unfortunately her ex-husband has made it impossible for her to move away from Florida, unless…
Bonnie asks a co-worker to “buy” her a cowboy—someone who knows how to run a ranch, and who wouldn’t mind marrying her for part ownership in the ranch.
Both Bonnie and Baya have to learn from each other, and make adjustments as they work together. Cleo Kelly has crafted a very satisfying story of faith regained, family, and love.