Review: Her Lucky Cowboy by Jennifer Ryan

Everything's bigger in Big Sky country, including the hearts of the Montana Men...

Champion rodeo rider Dane Bowden is eight seconds from winning under the Vegas lights, one last hurrah before reluctantly returning to his family's Montana ranch. But his bull has other plans. When Dane wakes up, he's sure he's died and gone to heaven . . . because the doctor who comes to his aid is the same girl who saved his life and disappeared years ago.

Bell would do anything for Dane. He's the fantasy that always kept her going. A child genius hidden away by her family, Bell was the secret no one talked about, the girl no one wanted. Despite finding success as a young surgeon, she's still the awkward girl who's never had a boyfriend. So why does Dane, a notorious playboy and sizzling-hot cowboy, insist on taking her on a real date?

Bell is the only woman in Dane's heart. When a rodeo rivalry turns deadly, it's his turn to save Bell's life—because he sure as hell won't lose his guardian angel again.



Wow. I finished this book late at night and I couldn’t go to sleep afterwards. I was so emotionally bankrupt that I was physically affected by the story.

Don’t get me wrong, this is a beautiful love story and what I expect from the lovely author. There was just so much heartache and sorrow that I spent most of the book in tears. I tend to get overly emotional with certain content but other readers may not feel the way I do. And that is completely okay. Certain aspects of the book wrenched my heart on a fundamental level and I empathized with the characters more than I should have.

I am sorry I’m not giving more details but at this state in the book hangover recovery process, I’m too emotionally raw to form a good enough review. Just know this is a true romance with realistic characters, and a suspenseful aspect to the story.

Jennifer Ryan is a great author and I would definitely recommend HER LUCKY COWBOY but I’d also suggest you keep the tissues handy!

I was gifted an eBook copy from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own.


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