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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Three Love Inspired cowboy books by various authors #BookGiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for three (3) Love Inspired inspirational contemporary romance books: Falling for the Rancher by Roxanne Rustand, Their Second Chance Love by Kat Brookes, and The Rancher’s Family Wish by Lois Richer.

What are these books about?

Falling for the Rancher

All veterinarian Darcy Leighton wants is a good life for her daughter. But when the vet practice she hopes to inherit is bought out from under her by newcomer Logan Maxwell, she stands to lose her position completely.

Recovering from a bad breakup, the handsome cowboy wants a fresh start — one that doesn’t include working with a woman he’s undeniably attracted to. No stranger to heartbreak, Darcy has reservations of her own, but she can’t walk away from this job. She’ll just have to convince Logan to take a chance on her… and believe that what they have together is strong enough to last.

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Roxanne Rustand author website

Their Second Chance Love

Hope Dillan thought she’d left the town of Braxton behind her — right along with the man she abandoned. But when her father falls ill, Hope anxiously flies home and finds former love Logan Cooper right where she left him. Being around Logan again feels like old times.  The spark between them remains, but so does the secret that forced Hope to end things — one she knows will always keep them apart. When her father’s condition worsens, Hope feels the weight of everything she might lose. But how can she come clean to Logan without closing the door on their happily-ever-after again?

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Kat Brookes author website

The Rancher’s Family Wish

All Tanner Johns ever wanted was a place to call home. After inheriting Wranglers Ranch, Tanner is determined to carry on with his guardian’s legacy and turn it into a camp for troubled kids. Widow Sophie Armstrong is just focused on her goals — and on raising her two young children…alone. Meeting the rugged cowboy changes everything. Tanner is a natural with her kids, and he lightens Sophie’s load in ways she couldn’t have imagined. But as the shadows from his past come between them, Tanner must convince Sophie he’s a man she can count on — for keeps.

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Lois Richer author website


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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What do you think would be the best part of being a cowboy?

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46 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: 3 Cowboy Love Inspired books

  1. Even though a horse tried to scrape me off a tree when I was 16 (it knew I didn’t know what I was doing!) I think being around horses and outside most days would be the best part of being a cowboy! AND, I’d have to have at least one dog! 🙂

  2. The best part of being a cowboy would be falling into bed after a hard day’s work and sleeping through the night.

    1. And with all that hard work, they should definitely get a good nights sleep. Thanks for commenting Janet. 🙂

  3. ohh the best part of being is cowboy would be to ride horses. To work out of doors in God’s country.

  4. The best part of being a cowboy would be enjoying the great outdoors and God’s handiwork. Then sitting inside by a nuce fireplace. Thanks.

  5. Being out in the fresh air and learning to overcome my slight fear of horses would probably be the best parts about being a cowboy.

  6. Being outdoors when its nice out and assuming they live in a small town or outside of one, that too

  7. I’m not a horse fan but I love the outdoors (minus mosquitoes) and feel closer to God among his creations.

  8. The best part of being a cowboy would be taking in all of God’s wonderful creations.

  9. I’m married to a guy who thinks he’s a cowboy. He loves riding his horse. He grew up on a farm, and knows how to herd cows and haul hay, etc. I think the best thing about being a cowboy is getting to work outside, and the worst thing about being a cowboy is also getting to work outside (dealing with the weather).

    1. I wouldn’t like the bad weather. I’m always so happy to be working inside on those blustery cold days. Thanks for commenting Winnie. 🙂

  10. I think the best part of being a cowboy would be to be out in nature – not closed inside a building. I know it’s bound to be extremely hard word but to see all the beauty in nature and then my love of animals would make it less like work I would think.

  11. If a cowboy wants to act a little wild, no one thinks a thing about it!

  12. Wide open spaces, horseback riding, and hard work! 🙂 At least that’s what I envision anyway.

    Thank you for the giveaway chance to win three Love Inspired books, they are always my go-to reads!

  13. I think it would be being outdoors. Working with horses. Being independent.

  14. The best part would most likely be the satisfaction you derive from your work. Cowboys usually get to be outside quite a bit, and just being more present with nature and animals must be a good way to spend your time!

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