The Forlorn Cowboy (The Studs of Clear Creek County) by Stacy-Deanne – Review by Angela Shirley

The Forlorn Cowboy by Stacy-Deanne (The Studs of Clear Creek County)The Forlorn Cowboy by Stacy-Deanne by Stacy-Deanne
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Christopher is part of the socialite elite when he is in the running to marry Minnie but in his heart he is not in love with her, force to pursue this craziness he is backed into a corner, until one night he comes across her being bullied in a field, but can he follow what is in his heart or will he be forced to pursue what his father believes he should have.

Greta Fay is an activist fighting for the rights of the people within her town, once the laws were abolished regarding black slaves she has taken upon herself to fight, which has not been easy. When she is attacked in a field and Christopher comes to her rescue she is besotted with the rancher and falls for him. Christopher then finds himself drawn to this woman and can’t help but falling in love and to hell with his father.

I loved this story, the chemistry between the two main characters is a heart warming story which weaves through the history books and opens up the narrative of true love. I loved how strong and sassy Greta Fay was but also had the secret and vulnerability deep down that she could lean on Christopher in the difficult times.

I loved the secondary characters and Minnie was a brilliant strong minded woman who herself have had a secret she hid and was willing to let loose to her family which would have rocked the foundations. It was great to see the story from the rich and poor sides and that somethings maybe different but some struggles are just the same.

I can’t wait to see if this series continues and which story is present to us next.

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