* Review * COWBOY LULLABY by Sasha Summers

* Review * COWBOY LULLABY by Sasha SummersCowboy Lullaby by Sasha Summers
Series: The Boones of Texas
Published by Harlequin Western Romance on January 1, 2018
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Aaron “Click” Hale is a reminder of Tandy Boone’s past and of the heartache they endured years ago. But the handsome horse trainer is back in Fort Kyle, Texas, raising a toddler on his own, and stirring up all the dreams—and emotions—he and Tandy once shared.

Click is reeling, and only partially because Tandy is back in his life. He discovered he was a father the same day he was given custody of his young daughter, Pearl. As Click adjusts to parenthood, Tandy is supportive and wonderful with the little girl. But they’re both still hurting. Can Tandy and Click find a way through their old pain to build a new family together?


A bittersweet, emotionally raw reunion! Sasha Summers pulls out all the stops with the emotion she packs into this story. The reader feels the pain as her words paint the picture of this young couple with the world at their feet until devastation tears them apart and leaves them so scarred that they don’t fit together anymore. Each tries to start over in their own way, but neither ever finds the same passion for life that they once knew together … and when circumstances bring them back home again, you can bet the love they shoved down is still festering! A really great story with a compelling plot, deep characters and an adorable baby girl that steals our hearts!

Tandy Boone has barely gotten settled back into her hometown of Fort Kyle, Texas when the person that can tear her heart out with just one look shows up and throws her emotions into chaos again! Click Hale was the love of her life, but one night changed it all forever and she can’t even look at him now without being thrown back there again.

Aaron “Click” Hale is doing okay for himself training the horses that he loves, but when his life is turned upside down by being handed a young daughter he knew nothing about, he finds himself heading home to the one place that he knows can make everything right. Seeing Tandy again is soothing to his soul, but the pain he sees in his eyes tells him she doesn’t feel the same way. The daughter on his hip just might be more than she can handle.




  1. Jeannie Lyons says

    Wonderful book! I agree with the review wholeheartedly!

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