Her Secret Cowboy

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Her Secret Cowboy

The Cash Brothers / HA #1486

This is the first book I’ve read by Marin Thomas and I don’t think it will be my last. Ms. Thomas shows a lot of promise in her writing and definitely knows how to write a nice cowboy romance. I found Her Secret Cowboy to be enjoyable. There were a few things that bothered me, but I think ultimately those things were supposed to bother me such as Marsha’s father being so unbending toward Will and constantly saying he was bad because Will’s mother had a bad reputation. I thought Marsha was still trying to gain her parents approval because she felt she had failed so badly in their eyes by becoming pregnant out of wedlock but it seemed at times that she had no backbone of her own. I would have liked to see her stand up for herself more and maybe a little more development in the relationship between Will and Marsha. It all came to a satisfactory ending and I was happy with how it all turned out. I’d will be watching for more of the Cash Brother’s series.

Her Secret Cowboy explores the age-old concept of the cowboy and the preacher’s daughter. About 14 years ago Will Cash and Marsha Bugler shared one night of passion and ended up with a baby. Will at first asks Marsha to terminate the pregnancy, but she decides to keep it and to prevent anyone knowing she is pregnant leaves town right after graduation with her secret under wraps until several years later. Now Marsha’s father is dying and Marsha is headed back to her hometown. Marsha is wondering if maybe Will has grown up enough to handle meeting his son and possibly becoming a bigger part of his life. Now that Marsha and Will are both a bit more mature is there a possibility that they could become more?


Book Blurb for Her Secret Cowboy

The Cowboy And The Preacher's Daughter 

Years ago, Will Cash wasn't interested in being a dad. So Marsha Bugler left town to raise her baby alone. But when her father's health begins to fail, she realizes she needs to return to Arizona—and introduce Will to his boy. Marsha is nervous to face Will not only because she lied, but because she's never stopped thinking about her cowboy crush. 

Will is shocked to discover he has a son. And he can hardly believe the changes in Marsha. She's strong, sexy and a Ph.D. while Will's still a part-time cowboy living in a bunkhouse with his brothers. What does he have to offer her and his teenage son? Will has a lot to prove if he's going to get what he wants—the family he never knew he had.


Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2014 3.50