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Early Review: Saved by the Cowboy (Crossroads Ranch #1.5) by A.J. Pine

Aug 3, 2018


Cowboy to the rescue
Once upon a time, Sheriff Cash Hawkins left his simple life for something bigger---and came home with a broken heart. Now he has everything he needs right here in Oak Bluff, California---his job, his dog, and a quiet ranching town best explored on the back of a horse. 

Olivia Belle believes in fairy tales---just not for herself. So when her boyfriend drops to one knee at his sister's wedding with a proposal that is more business than romance, she hightails it out of San Francisco in search of the only evidence she knows that true love exists---her grandparents' lost love letters from fifty years ago. 

When Olivia speeds into his town like a modern-day Cinderella in her ball gown and glass slippers, Cash's careful existence is finally thrown for a loop. Maybe the answer Olivia's looking for is in Oak Bluff, but the life she ran from is more than 200 miles away. As for Cash . . . he knows a thing or two about being left on bended knee. Olivia Belle could be his happily ever after . . . if this runaway bridesmaid doesn't run off with his heart. 


4 STARS


Saved by the Cowboy is book 1.5 in A.J. Pine’s Crossroads Ranch series and it’s such a fun novella! This can be read a standalone.

Sheriff Cash Hawkins and Olivia Bell had sparks right from the beginning. Even though this is a quick read, you’ll find yourself rooting for these two! Cash has been hurt by love in the past and Olivia has her own issues when it comes to relationships. She’s a runner when it comes to commitment. Will she run again or take a chance on love?

Saved by the Cowboy was a very cute, fun, and enjoyable read! I also loved Cash’s dog Dixie! 






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Publisher: Forever Yours, Hachette Book Group
Pub Date: August 7th 2018

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