Saturday, October 8, 2016

Review : Operation Cowboy Daddy

Operation Cowboy Daddy by Carla Cassidy

(Cowboys of Holiday Ranch #5)
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Suspense
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Pages: 288
Published October 4th 2016 by Harlequin
Danger and desire collide when New York Times bestselling author Carla Cassidy takes us back to Holiday Ranch… 

When a baby is abandoned on his doorstep, cowboy Tony Nakni is blindsided. He never wanted to be a father, but his ex-girlfriend is on the run and tells Tony he's the only person she trusts to keep little Joey safe. Struggling with the infant, Tony turns to caring Mary Redwing for help. 

Lovely Mary agrees to help care for the child, but a shared desire simmering between her and Tony soon intensifies the arrangement. As the search for Joey's mom brings grave danger to their doorstep, his protective instincts emerge, unearthing the depth of his feelings. But can the rugged rancher save the family he's falling for before it's too late? 

One thing I will say is that is one terrible cover. Pretty but bleh its not good for this book.The dude looks like Jesus not a rancher, so its throws its off for the contents of the book. As good as this book is I would've never even considered to even pick this book with that cover. Ok rant over.

A quick summary to this book would be Tony was pretty much dumped with a child from an ex that claimed its his and runs. Tony not sure if shes correct decides to do a paternity test. In the meanwhile he gets Mary the ex's friend for help. Thing is the ex's past is comeing to get her and her baby and it puts Tony and Mary in danger.

Overall I liked this book. The backstories the characters dual pov made it hard not to like the character and want whats best for them. I liked how caring they were towards each other and the baby, what was between all of them lurks a expiration date but they make due with what they got. I liked the suspense of when something bad would happen which keeps the readers on their toes. This book has many similar qualities to many other books that I've read but there is a few points that really stood out to me to give it that bit of uniqueness to stand out. Overall this was a pretty good book and I really enjoyed it.

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