The Littlest Cowboy

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Thunderfoot Publishing Inc., Feb 25, 2018 - Fiction - 220 pages

 Baby on his Doorstep!

Sheriff Garrett Brand has raised his entire brood of siblings single-handedly, and he’s  done his best to teach them some values, to mold them into honorable, responsible, and trustworthy human beings. So when a baby lands on the doorstep of the Texas Brand, his first question is which younger brother is in for a butt-kicking? But the little fellow isn’t named after Ben, or Wes, or Adam, or Elliot. The little feller is named after him–Garrett Ethan Brand–according to the note his mama left behind.

He’s still racking his brain to figure it all out, when a woman shows up at the ranch in the dead of night, spitting, fighting mad, and accusing Garrett of murdering her sister and stealing the baby! 

Chelsea is confused, heartbroken, and too mad to think straight, and the same trouble that found her poor sister is right on her tail. But of all the places she and the baby could’ve wound up, Garrett thinks this ranch is the best one.

Because this is one family that knows how to pull together and trouble doesn’t stand a chance against The Brands of Texas. 


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User Review  - phyllis2779 - LibraryThing

Pretty good for a stock series romance. Western setting. Interesting characters and the dialog isn't stilted or overdone. The villain is a little bit too much but probably as realistic as these things get. A fair amount of the books is dedicated to setting up future characters for a series. Read full review

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User Review  - SashaM - LibraryThing

An enjoyable but a little predictable story - though all romance books are going to be somewhat predictable - The heroine is a little bit stupid and doesn't seem to have any survival instincts but her actions do move the story along. Read full review

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