Cowgirl for Keeps
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Cowgirl for Keeps by Lacy Williams

10/29/2021

She’s a single mom who only needs him for his contractor skills, but he won’t stop hoping for redemption. A sweet & cozy romance from Family Fiction’s #1 Essential Christian Romance Author (2020).

She’s given up on love...

Widow Anna Brown is content with her quiet ranching life. A single mother to two rambunctious children, she has things under control. Except for the kitchen remodel that wasn’t. When her former builder absconds with her deposit and leaves the job undone, she’s desperate to have her kitchen back—but has no way to pay for renovations all over again.

He’s the king of second chances…

Then contractor Kelly Matthews reappears in her life with an offer to complete the kitchen. In lieu of payment he wants only one thing: for her to listen to his apology.

With Kelly in her kitchen every day, Anna can’t help but notice all the ways he’s changed in the last decade. Although he came to town to make amends, Kelly can’t help falling for Anna all over again. But every time he gets close, her walls go up. Can he find a way to break through her defenses and reach her heart?

Read all the books in the Hometown Sweethearts series:

Kissed by a Cowboy
Love Letters from Cowboy
Mistletoe Cowboy
The Bull Rider
The Brother
The Prodigal
Cowgirl for Keeps
Jingle Bell Cowgirl
Heart of a Cowgirl
3 Days with a Cowboy
Prodigal Cowgirl
Soldier Under the Mistletoe
The Nanny’s Christmas Wish
The Rancher’s Unexpected Gift
Someone Old
Someone New
Someone Borrowed
Ten Dates
Always a Bridesmaid
Next Door Santa
Love Lessons


”Williams delivers a smart, gentle, and uplifting novel.” Publishers Weekly on RETURN OF THE COWBOY DOCTOR.

”It's the kind of story you want to curl up next to a fireplace with on a snowy Christmas Eve.” WendyTheSuperLibrarian book blog on A COWBOY FOR CHRISTMAS.

”…a gentle, family-friendly success.” Publishers Weekly on THE HOMESTEADER’S SWEETHEART.

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