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The Cowboy's Easter Family Wish His Unexpected Family After a heartbreaking tragedy youth pastor Jesse Parker stopped believing he had anything to offer kids Working with the boys at Wranglers Ranch he's slowly beginning to trust himself And when he meets widow Maddie McGregor and her young autistic son his connection with little Noah and his pretty mom is instant Maddie's heart is as guarded as his own but as he spends time with the McGregors helping Maddie in his gran's uilt shop caring for rescued puppies and bringing mother and son closer together he rediscovers his purposeincluding an Easter holiday surprise of renewed faith and love

  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • The Cowboy's Easter Family Wish
  • Lois Richer
  • 08 November 2016
  • 9780373622672

About the Author: Lois Richer

Lois Richer made her debut in 1997 with the launch of Steeple Hill Today with over a dozen titles and well over half a million books in print worldwide Richer continues to build a huge fan base through her inspirational work Twice a finalist for the prestigious Holt Medallion — Honoring Outstanding Literary Talent — Richer has also been nominated by Romantic Times Magazine for Best Love Inspir



10 thoughts on “The Cowboy's Easter Family Wish

  1. Clare O& Clare O& says:

    I did enjoy the read especially as we get into the characters from the start We meet a widow who was married to an older man a pastor who set strict rules for her and their young son However the boy has Asperger's so he takes what he is told literally and is afraid to break the rules he has memorised I thought it was a little too much to ask the lady to start a new relationship with another pastor of all the men she could meet But then maybe not every man would take the time to work with a special child like this and maybe she had previously thought other men were not suitable for her life The term cowboy is as often loosely applied because the young man is going to be youth pastor on a ranch for troubled children The setting is enjoyable and with various twists to the story like the lady lacking confidence and suddenly being asked to run the uilt shop where she works I found my attention was constantly engaged I downloaded an ARC from Net Galley This is an unbiased review

  2. Mark Mark says:

    Sometimes a simple romantic novel can have a great message The story itself was really good and very sweet how Jesse helped Noah come out of himself and be a happy and carefree little boybut the whole rulesGod's love thing really hit home with me and was something I needed Great bookstory

  3. Elaine Leonard Elaine Leonard says:

    I loved this story The character's issues were the kind that a lot of women have in this life when you have no confidence in yourself and other people don't give you any compliments or tell you what a great job you are doing

  4. Dj Dj says:

    His Unexpected FamilyAfter a heartbreaking tragedy the suicide of a member of his group youth pastor Jesse Parker stopped believing he had anything to offer kids Working with the boys at Wranglers Ranch he's slowly beginning to trust himself and God And when he meets widow Maddie McGregor uilt Essentials and her young autistic son his connection with little Noah and his pretty mom is instant Maddie's heart is as guarded as his own but as he spends time with the McGregors—helping Maddie in his gran's uilt shop caring for rescued puppies and bringing mother and son closer together—he rediscovers his purposeincluding an Easter holiday surprise of renewed faith and love

  5. Bonnie Bonnie says:

    The Cowboy's Easter Family Wish a Wranglers Ranch series by Lois Richer Jesse Parker is a youth pastor after a boy dies he blames himself He goes to the town where his grandmother lives He would like to get a job at Wranglers Ranch that works with kids with problems Jesse meets Maddie McGregor and her autistic son Noah at the grocery store Noah never talked to strangers but when Jesse talked to him he talked to Jesse Jesse helps Maddie get her confidence back and helps Noah deal with issues he has It shows trusting in God is very important

  6. Patty Champion Patty Champion says:

    I really enjoyed this book I liked the fact that there was an autistic child in the book that was not pumped up on medication Maddie is a widow who's husband was a minster that was very strict with rules Jessie is a youth minster that is going threw a rough patch I recommend this title it is an enjoyable read that takes you away and reminds you other people also have problems

  7. J. Haney J. Haney says:

    A Cowboy Easter and Family Romance Could there be anything better? This book is sweet and just what I needed today

  8. Marybelle Marybelle says:

    This is a very sweet story of love trust and faith The love is God's love for us and the love we have for others; whether it's a man's love for a woman a woman for her husband or that of a parent and child The faith part is about knowing that God is always with us and that we have the faith in Him to know what is best for us And the trust is the hardest part We may believe in God but if we don't believe that He truly loves and cares for us that He knows what's best for us that He is always there no matter our hardship or strain we will lose all hope In this story Jesse Maddie and even little Noah have no real hope They each hold on to fears that keep them alone and shut in Although they believe and love God they really don't trust that all their hardships are shared by the Lord and therefore feel alone fearful and disconnected It's not until they each let go and fully trust the Lord that they find the wonderful plan God has for them In real life this is a much harder struggle that lasts a lot longer than 220 pages But the solution is still the same This book may be a simple love story and not be a fast paced action filled Times best seller but it brings home a message that timeless Let go and let God

  9. Books and Spoons Books and Spoons says:

    A touching tale of life love parenting and growing in faith and learning to trust in God Mixed in the tender and sweet story of getting a second chance in love the author has skillfully in a heartfelt way inserted a poignant sermon of trusting in God with every aspect of our lives and what that means in praxis With an inspiring and uplifting manner by using encouraging examples of the characters lives the author manages to touch many uestions most of the people might struggle with when it comes to their faith in God I liked the instant connection that was formed between Jesse Parker and Maddie McGregor and Noah They were on the same wavelength they shared the same concerns they had the same goals and they all loved Granny Emma and were willing to do anything to help her out The romance and attraction grew much slower and later and was set on a fitting timeframe considering rest of the plot Jesse Maddie and Noah were all broken souls and had issues of their own they were struggling with Leaning on each other sharing their wisdom listening to each other and helping with the everyday matters they all experienced a remarkable character development through the story as people and with their faith in God I don't know enough about autism to be able to say anything about Noah's condition and the changes with it I found the events in a story a source of joy and will not uestion if it would be medically possible to happen to an autistic child Love Inspired stories from Harleuin are Christian faith based stories about life and love and families Few times I have commented on the stories that I wished the opportunities for the characters to share their faith and struggles with it would have been used But with this story that wasn't a case at all as the author boldly and beautifully intertwined every aspect of the story back to the character's faith in God A story filled with life and faith lessons many great points made and several issues left on the back burner to simmer a bit as I digest the message of the tale Truly an inspirational and thought provoking story Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side

  10. Jovita Reed Jovita Reed says:

    A nice enough story The relationship between hero and heroine was very sweet as they helped one another to reconnect with God while also falling in love I read romance novels as an 'escape' from real life though so the emotional abuse in the heroine's past as well as the mention of child suicide in the hero's past made it a little too heavy for my taste

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