Families. We all have them. Some of the time, we get along with them and other times... not so much. With romances, we often focus on the couple involved but families are key components of any relationship. How we get along with our parents, our siblings...our in-laws. Those relationships show the depth of character.
Janalyn Knight's latest book features a woman who would do anything for her brother. She puts her own life on hold for him. The heroine's deep love is admirable and gives us a better understanding of the heroine's values. I love stories which give the reader a look at their life. Ms. Knight's story is compelling and one you won't be able to put down.
Acacia has cared for her quadriplegic, cognitively impaired twin brother for two long years. Hope arrives in the form of Noah, the rocking-hot new cowboy physical therapist. Dumped by her former fiancé when her brother came back injured from Afghanistan, it takes several months for her to realize that Noah is the real deal. That is, until her second date with him.
With Noah’s goodnight kiss comes a terrible misunderstanding. Heartbroken, Acacia shuts the handsome cowboy out of her life.
But life is about to throw her a curve ball. Can she face the crisis and still care for Bobby alone? Or will she have to swallow her pride and call on Noah, the closest thing she has to a friend in San Antonio?
PRAISE FOR COWBOY STRONG:
Author Janalyn Knight reprises her cowboy-based series with Cowboy Strong. Acacia Richards is in over her head caring for her quadriplegic brother, Bobby. When cowboy Noah Rowden becomes Bobby’s physical therapist, Acacia is attracted to him. Having been burned in a prior relationship, she hesitates to get involved. Noah must convince her that his heart is big enough for both Bobby and Acacia. A sweet romance with a bit of after-the-wedding-ceremony spiciness. - Suanne Schafer author of A Different Kind of Fire