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  1. says:

    This book was not what I had expected Classified as a romancenot really in my mind Andie and Ryder have known each other for almost their entire lives They are so close they refer to themselves as best friends Without thinking they spend the night together and Andie gets pregnant Minton alludes to this night together but doesn't go into details making this a cleanvery clean romance novel Which is fine There is nothing wrong with skipping over the deed but Minton skipped over a lot of what happened after that night too which didn't make it confusing exactly I just felt like something was missing The book is only 217 pages long Although I feel like Minton is a decent writer half way through I was getting tired of reading the same things It felt like the author was writing in circles concerning the baby and how Ryder didn't want to excluded in Andie's life The two characters work it out in the endnaturallybut for the reader it was a little annoying to read the same thing over and over again There wasn't much that happened in this novel which is okay but it only made the book okay Nothing very memorable Having said that it makes it strange for me to say that there are 14 uestion in the back of the book designed for discussion Minton was pretty heavy on God But really didn't go into much detail about Andie's wanting to go back to church Minton basically just told the reader that is the way it is and left it The uestions are fairly thought provoking and would take up a lot of space to answer them I suppose they are available to those in a book club Do book clubs really read this kind of book?Minton is a decent writer as far as following the characters and the way she describes things but this story I feel just needed Could have been plot information about Ryder's dad and information about each character Not just the same things over and over


  2. says:

    I didn't like this one at all Found it morally unfit as there was no repentance or even the slightest thought of following God's will only the heroins


  3. says:

    I'm sorry I stopped reading this story at chapter 3 because it didn't hold my interest


  4. says:

    Another sweet storywell worth reading


  5. says:

    Cowgirl Andie Forester let an unexpected kiss turn into something with cowboy Ryder Johnson He's her best friend—and the man she's secretly loved forever But when Andie discovers she's carrying his child she turns to her newfound faith instead of the friendship now lost to her Until Ryder comes blaring into Dawson Oklahoma proposing marriage—for the right and wrong reasons Andie longs to say yes But commitment shy Ryder will have to say three little words first And mean them from his cowboy's heartNow I don't read widely across Steeple Hill but the idea that this book was going to deal with an unplanned pregnancy from a one night mistakeI HAD to know how the author would handle it within the parameters of an inspirational romance Those of you who read Love Inspired lines regularly do unplanned pregnancies feature a lot? Even if they do I hadn't come across it before and I knew I wanted to read itIt's a sweet story at times repetitive in its sentiments but that's because Ryder Just Doesn't Get It as his brother Wyatt likes to point out And Andie is a spunky likeable heroine independent and a little gunshy with good reason It was a really enjoyable read and I do wonder what's going to happen to Wyatt in his own story Also in the Steeple Hill books I've read I've noticed there is a wide variety of what I call Faith Factor This one was pretty light while others have turned me off a bit by being preachy The integration of faith in this book is seamless and effortlessaccepting prayer accepting things on faith If you want to introduce someone to what is great about inspirational romance without beating them over the head with churchiness this is a good example It all depends on what the individual reader prefersThat being said I wanted to know some things I wish the author had dug a little deeper into things likewhat had Ryder's father done that was so bad? It is alluded to but never really brought out in the light Also there is a bit about Andie and her mother and especially considering a slight twist towards the end I would have liked to see Andie's reaction to that in relation to her relationship with her mother brought out I think that sort of bleeding on the page would have taken me from a really enjoyable read to a fantastic heart rending story The ingredients were thereEither way Andie and Ryder are lovely characters who definitely deserved their happy ending And while this book is part of a series it has no trouble standing alone


  6. says:

    The theme of “best friends falling in love” is not the easiest to carry off The writer must be able to show why the hero and heroine are friends why they have stayed only friends and then turn that friendship on its ear by having them fall in love But Brenda Minton didn’t stop there in The Cowboy’s Sweetheart Her characters find themselves wondering about the ramifications of friendship turned into something far complicated than romance While inspirational novels have dealt with “secret babies” few feature unwed couples discovering they must face an unexpected pregnancy Brenda’s talent for dealing with contemporary issues shines through her characters’ honest emotions their struggles and by not providing easy answers The reader feels for both Andie and Ryder two very likable characters cheering them on to an ultimately satisfying ending


  7. says:

    I just adore Brenda Minton's Cowboy series so when I saw The Cowboy's Sweetheart at the library this week I snatched it up I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know Andie and Ryder I'm not sure I totally understand how they ended up in this particular predicament but I enjoyed seeing how they dealt with it They both have plenty of baggage from their past no thanks to their parents' mistakes Andie is fiercely independent and doesn't want to need anyone Ryder is determined he's not going to be trapped by any woman I think you can see where this is going Andie's grandmother Etta was a surprise and a delightful character I love when secondary characters hold their own and add a new dimension to the story The Cowboy's Sweetheart is another sweet story from Brenda Minton I look forward to reading in this series


  8. says:

    Usually I love Minton's books but this one really fell flat for me The plot line felt choppy and awkward especially the beginning It's possible that the novel intended to have an awkward mood since the circumstances made Andie and Ryder uncomfortable around each other but it didn't seem to be well done and Andie's mood swings even though she's pregnant seemed unrealistic because she refused share how she was feeling but then would suddenly smile sweetly at Ryder The uick change was hard to follow as a readerI do love the Dawson community and all the other characters so I look forward to reading of this series despite being disappointed with this particular book


  9. says:

    The Cowboy's Sweetheart is Brenda Minton's latest offering from Love Inspired The story of a couple who surrender to a forbidden pleasure and must now face the conseuences of their actions was touching Both the hero and the heroine have substantial issues to work through before they can acknowledge their feelings for one another I enjoyed the book tremendously and did not want to put it down The banter between the hero and heroine are priceless and the journey from friendship to love is heart warming I certainly recommend Brenda Minton's latest book


  10. says:

    Andie finds herself pregnant with her best friend Ryders's baby She turns to her newfound faith instead of to her friendship with Ryder He proposes marriage for all the wrong reasons and he will have to say three little words before she will say yes THis book was better than the last one I read by this author I liked that there was a conseuence to their actions and I liked that they had to face their true feelings BEFORE they got married


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Marriage for the right and wrong reasons Andie longs to say yes But commitment shy Ryder will have to say three little words first And mean them from his cowboy's hea. The Cowboy's Sweetheart is Brenda Minton's latest offering from Love Inspired The story of a couple who surrender to a forbidden pleasure and must now face the conseuences of their actions was touching Both the hero and the heroine have substantial issues to work through before they can acknowledge their feelings for one another I enjoyed the book tremendously and did not want to put it down The banter between the hero and heroine are priceless and the journey from friendship to love is heart warming I certainly recommend Brenda Minton's latest book

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E discovers she's carrying his child she turns to her newfound faith instead of the friendship now lost to her Until Ryder comes blaring into Dawson Oklahoma proposing. The theme of “best friends falling in love” is not the easiest to carry off The writer must be able to show why the hero and heroine are friends why they have stayed only friends and then turn that friendship on its ear by having them fall in love But Brenda Minton didn’t stop there in The Cowboy’s Sweetheart Her characters find themselves wondering about the ramifications of friendship turned into something far complicated than romance While inspirational novels have dealt with “secret babies” few feature unwed couples discovering they must face an unexpected pregnancy Brenda’s talent for dealing with contemporary issues shines through her characters’ honest emotions their struggles and by not providing easy answers The reader feels for both Andie and Ryder two very likable characters cheering them on to an ultimately satisfying ending