* Review * LONE WOLF COWBOY by Maisey Yates

* Review * LONE WOLF COWBOY by Maisey YatesLone Wolf Cowboy by Maisey Yates
Series: Gold Valley #7
Published by HQN Books on July 30, 2019
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Will Gold Valley’s most reclusive cowboy finally find a reason to heal?

As a former EMT and a wildland firefighter, there’s no one Jacob Dalton can’t rescue—except himself. Since his best friend’s tragic death, Jacob has isolated himself…until Vanessa Logan returns to Gold Valley. He saved her life during a medical call years ago, and he’s never forgotten her. The instant jolt of heat between them takes him by surprise, but he knows that giving in to it would only end in disaster…

For Vanessa, returning home was about healing, not about exploring her attraction with Jacob. He is the guardian angel from her past—with strong, capable hands and an irresistible mouth. A temptation she knows she can’t afford. Until the chemistry between them explodes, and unites them in a way they could never have imagined…


With the seventh book in her Gold Valley series, Maisey Yates takes us on an emotional journey of healing in LONE WOLF COWBOY. We’ve heard a lot about the past of Jacob Dalton and Vanessa Logan as we read their sibling’s stories, but now we get to the heart of what each of them have been going through over the years.

Logan can’t find his way through the guilt and pain of feeling responsible for a friend’s death. He’s just going through the motions of life and wishing he was anywhere else other than surrounded by family, friends and memories.

Vanessa finally feels strong enough to return home to Gold Valley to try to heal the rift in her family and prove to herself she can cope with anything.

I highly recommend this story to anyone who enjoys seeing a character work their way through their emotions and pain and come out better on the other side. This series is very interwoven, so even though it can be read as a stand alone, you will get way more out of it if you read the series in order and know the back story of each character well before diving into their own book. I always close the current book anxious for the next in the series to come along!


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