Cowboy Way is, for me, a story about "finding". It's about finding a home, finding someone to share it with, finding love when finding new work, finding your way back to family, and finding a way for truth to come out.
I really liked Ryan and Jake and how they complemented each other. Ryan is strong, but it is the kind of strength that lies within his sweet and caring nature. Jake is also strong, but in a more stoic (if you will) kind of way that helps Ryan come out of his shell a little bit.
I look forward to seeing more of Ms. Sutherland's books in the future.
Ryan Andrews is on the run from past mistakes he doesn't know how to fix. Lost and alone, all he really wants is a place where he can be himself, but when he pulls up at the ranch where he's found a job and spies his gorgeous new boss, Ryan is pretty sure fate is out to get him.
Jake Evans is an ex-soldier trying to carve out a life on the ranch he inherited from his grandmother. He doesn’t even have time to realize how lonely he is until the new ranch hand shows up in his driveway. Ryan looks even more lost than Jake feels, and Jake’s locked-up heart seems to break open. Can these two men find in each other find the companionship they crave? Or will their pasts eclipse any possibility of a future?