Wednesday, March 23, 2011

A Cowboy's Touch by Denise Hunter

Anytime I want to escape for a day and treat myself to a romance that is innocent and clean I reach for a book by Denise Hunter. Denise is known for romances that will tug at your heart strings while keeping your thoughts pure. Her characters always learn a lot and therefore, so does the reader. A Cowboy's Touch is no different. It's a delightful book and isn't your average cowboy story. To be honest, when I heart she was writing a cowboy story I wasn't all that interested because I'm not a fan of the cowboy genre. This book is anything but stereotypical.

Abigail Jones is doing her family a favor by spending the summer in a spot on the map in Montana. In a town without even one stoplight, she keeps close watch on her great Aunt Lucy, who the family is sure is going a little senile. Before she knows it, Abigail finds herself agreeing to be a nanny to the daughter of the cutest cowboy in the state. But with Abigail fighting to keep her secrets to herself and Wade trying to keep his past hidden to protect his daughter will these two find that what they really need is to trust....each other?

Kudos to Denise for another attention-grabbing book that won't let you go. I read this one in one day. Well worth the time.

Thanks, Denise, for this CLEAN READ!

Thanks to BookSneeze for providing this review copy in exchange for my honest opinions.

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