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Review: Driftwood Cowboy by Lenora Worth



Driftwood Cowboy


Lenora Worth


Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Driftwood Cowboy
Date of Publication: March 29, 2015
Number of pages: 116






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Can she heal from a tragedy too great to bear?

When Michelle Lancaster flees her hometown of Spirit, Louisiana to spend time at a beach retreat in Driftwood Bay, Florida, she only wants to run from the tremendous pain of a tragedy that caused her perfect life to shatter into pieces.

But on the day when the memories become too much, a man steps into her path on the beach and causes her beloved horse Coco to almost throw her. Not to mention this is the one man Michelle has tried to avoid. But laid-back boat captain and artist Brodie Stevens has his eye on Michelle and soon, he is pursuing her with a strong-willed determination. He too is haunted, but believes that together they can heal each other. Now the driftwood cowboy must convince Michelle it’s possible to hope… and to love again.

This was a very deep story for a novella. Personally, I wouldn't even classify it as such, even though it is only 160 pages long.  There is much more story packed into those few pages.

The story actually starts from Brodie's point of view. Brodie is walking through the water's edge when he sees this beautiful woman and horse coming directly at him. He realizes the woman doesn't see him until it's almost to late.  The story continues with much more of it being through Brodie's eyes. Michelle is a mystery, and even when we are in her head, we only get hints of what has driven her away from home.

Brodie and Michelle are both hurting.  Michelle's trauma is more recent, but Brodie has his share of demons.  The two of them together, help bring each other to a better place.  I especially liked the ending. I couldn't help but smile over how things eventually turned out. I gave this story 4 stars, for managing to pack a full story into a novella.

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