Today’s book review features
The Cowboy’s Journey Home by Linda Goodnight.
Finding his way back is just the beginning…in this novel by New York Times bestselling author Linda Goodnight.
He’ll make up for the past…
But won’t saddle anyone with his future.
Medically discharged from the military, Yates Trudeau and his ex-military dog, Justice, return to the family ranch, vowing to make amends—and keep his prognosis hidden. Only, civilian life means facing reporter Laurel Maxwell, the woman he left behind but never forgot. Forging a new bond comes naturally, but when she learns the truth, will she risk her heart for an uncertain future?
Discover more about Linda Goodnight at: lindagoodnight.com.
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The Cowboy’s Journey Home by Linda Goodnight is part of Love Inspired’s K-9 Companions sweet romance series.
In this story, the K9 Companion is a retired Military Working Dog. Paired with a medically discharged soldier, Yates, the two return to the cowboy’s home. But things aren’t the same and he isn’t sure he wants to be there, especially as injured as he is.
Laurel is a journalist attempting to save her family’s small town newspaper. She and Yates had a Romeo and Juliet type of secret romance before he left to join the military after tragedy struck. Now they have an opportunity to work together to help a family—and maybe overcome their past.
Yates is a wounded warrior and faces physical and emotional challenges. It made me hope for a happily ever after for him! I struggled to get a read on Laurel at first, but by the end, I loved her pluck, determination, and honesty. Things could have gone a totally different direction without her and I’m glad they didn’t!
If you enjoy sweet romance, with an adorable K9, give this book a read.
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