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While barrel racing to earn enough to pay her uncle’s debts, Jessie Cobler’s horse falls. She cries out to God, certain she’s about to die, but the quick action of Mitch Tanner saves her life. She accepts an offer to stay on the cowboy's family’s ranch so she and her horse can rest and heal. It’s the perfect place to hide from those who threaten to tear her dreams apart.
Bull rider Mitch Tanner is determined to earn professional status to honor his deceased father, but running a ranch and helping with his younger siblings leaves time for little else. Having Jessie on the ranch is a distraction he can’t afford. After all, he doesn’t have time for love.
As Mitch and Jesse work together to rescue abused animals will Mitch discover there's more to life than earning a status? Will he be able to help heal Jesse's broken heart and spirit and lead her to the Lord?
Jordan Valley Roundup was my first cowboy romance and my first time reading this author, but it will not be the last. I wasn’t sure what to expect and was so pleasantly surprised that I devoured the book in one day! I was drawn into the story from the first pages, when barrel racer Jessie is injured while competing in a rodeo event. Enter dreamy cowboy, Mich Tanner. When Retta, Mitch’s mother, takes Jessie home to care for her, I walked right into their sprawling Oklahoma ranch and felt right at home. The descriptive writing was that good. Retta hires Jessie to work with abused horses, and the reader suspects that Jessie might be in need of some healing as well. As the romance between Mitch and Jessie unfolded, with hints of buried secrets, I found myself cheering for them, hoping their secrets would not tear them apart. The writing was smooth, the characterization spot on, and I even learned something about the thrills and dangers of life in the rodeo. I appreciated the message of fai