Fifth Generation Cowboy



An Bestseller In Contemporary Christian Romance And Western Frontier Christian Romance Can Tom And Rose Navigate Their Friendship To Find A New Brand Of Happily Ever After The Only Thing Tom Lovell Knows Is Ranching, Having Been Raised By A Single Dad On A Montana Cattle Ranch Before Moving To Three Rivers Ranch He S Watched Other Men On The Ranch Get Hitched One By One, But He S Not Sure He S The Marrying Type His Mother S Abandonment When He Was A Child Colors How He Sees Women, And Besides, He S A Fifth Generation Cowboy, And That S Enough For Him Rose Reyes Has Been Raising Her Autistic Child, Mari, By Herself For Seven Years She S Frustrated She Doesn T Have An Adult To Talk To After A Long Day At Work, That Her Ex Husband Seems To Have Moved On Without A Care About Mari While Rose Is Determined To Wait Until She S Older Before Dating Again Though Mari S Been Improving Due To Her Equine Therapy, She S Moody And Sometimes Explosive, And Rose Just Wants A Break From It All She Confesses To Tom That She Feels Completely Out Of Control Of Her Life He Doesn T Judge Her For Her Feelings Or Shortcomings, And Instead Offers To Help Fix Her Leaking Kitchen Sink And Mow Her Overgrown Lawn As Tom And Rose Spend Time Together, Tom Realizes His Friendship With Rose Could Grow Into Something If He D Let It Tom And Rose Will Need Faith And Love To Navigate The Road From Friendship To Something , Without Risking Mari In The Process.Fifth Generation Cowboy

Liz Isaacson writes inspirational romance In her real life, she is Elana Johnson, author of several YA and adult romance novels She is a teacher of technology and she wants to travel the world She loves Ferrero Rocher Sunsets are her favorite.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 248 pages
  • Fifth Generation Cowboy
  • Liz Isaacson
  • English
  • 20 March 2018

10 thoughts on “Fifth Generation Cowboy

  1. says:

    Gorgeous story where everyone else can see what s happening Rose and Tom s story is one of my favourites The strong calm cowboy and I love the idea of a relationship where there are genuine difficulties to overcome, not billionaire heroes who can solve everything with a simple ...

  2. says:

    I love Liz Isaacson, her novels are truly wonderful It is hard to find an author who can distinguish between a Christian Romance Novel and a Contemporary Romance Novel, but Ms Isaacson does it and she does it well I highly recommend every novel that I have read, and I hope that every novel I plan to read in the future is of the same quality Fifth Generation Cowboy is a novel that struck outside of the norm for this series, at least to me I felt like this novel by Ms Isaacson was a step about from the homestead of Three Rivers Ranch, and into the lives that surround the community that makes these books so great We find Tom and Rose in a new, up and coming friendship one that s built on both not looking for l...

  3. says:

    This is the fourth book of Ms Isaacson s that I ve read and I enjoyed it as much as the first three She does a great job of writing sweet, clean romance stories Tom Rose s story is very romantic His shy, gentle, cowboy manners are so sweet His acceptance of and love for Rose s autistic daughter, Mari is touching As an early childhood educator, I was especially impressed with how well Ms Isaacson portrayed Mari as an autistic child An accur...

  4. says:

    Tom found himself wanting to spend time wth Rose He did not know how to ask her out so he offered to help her fix things around her home For a while Tom had felt like he was not meant to stay on the ranch and needed God to help him figure out what to do Rose worked at a bank in charge of loans When Tom offered to fix her kitchen sink he realized it had to be re...

  5. says:

    WowStrong, handsome, kind and loving is Tom Lovell Nearly two years Rose has been his friend, he is Rose s daughters mentor at Courage Raines Mari is Autistic and with the help of the horses and of course Tom she opens out of her shell She doesn t like change in her life, except maybe this one

  6. says:

    Rose, divorced and looking after her teenaged autistic daughter, and Tom, a cowboy on the ranch where she brings her daughter for equine therapy, have known each other for a year but suddenly there s a spark between them When Tom s father falls ill, he feels he has to go back to Montana to help, but will Rose come with him A nice story, not badly told at all, and with interesting and, I would say, realistic characters Unfortunately, Rose came over as quite self centered and a bit egoistic everyone seemed to cope better with her daughter than she as the mother, although her reasoning for not falling in love with anyone are her daughter s needs and care quite contradictive Tom on the other hand is described as a very patient and gentle person, although his way of running rough shod over Rose s wishes just so he can help her makes him a bit less sympathetic he should have respected her wish to cope herself, and not just make decisions over her head Then we have Ed, Rose s ex husband who regularly picks up their daughter for weekends, and wants to get married again His remark She s my daughter, too was never quite explained afterwards what did he want to express That Rose only sees herself and her problems, and does not appreciate that he does see her regularly and worries about her Did this remark make Rose see herself a bit clearer There were some parts in this story where it would have been nice to have some in depth explanation, or further development a...

  7. says:

    Liz Isaacson is fast becoming one of my favorite authors I love her books I think I have bought all but I think the last one of this series However, I know that I will I am getting ready to start the next one in the series.I really enjoyed this story about Tom Lovell, Rose Reyes, and Mari I also enjoying the continuing influence of the other characters from previous books I really feel for Rose Reyes and the burden she carries trying to do the best she can to raise an Autistic child.I like Tom Lovell too How he is able to not only love Rose but love her daughter Mari too And, how he is able to be positive about Rose s ex husband I think Rose s ex husband does love Mari but other things are important Rose s first priority has been Mari but she has had to struggle to give her own needs some priority ...

  8. says:

    I love these stories about Three Rivers Ranch Every story reflects difficulties that couples face and learn to overcome through their faith Rose and Tom are no different Rose is divorced and raising a daughter with autism Tom is a cowboy who Mari likes immediately and works at a business called Courage Reins that is therapeutic horse ranch Toms has his...

  9. says:

    Warm Modern Cowboy RomanceThis is a sweet and clean romance in the Three Rivers Ranch Romance series As with the other in the series, this is of a character study based in emotion instead of lust The story has elements of faith, but does not beat the reader of the head with the B...

  10. says:

    As always, Liz Isaacson tells a story that hits some of us close to home I have an Autistic granddaughter, so I understand some of what Rose was going through It can be really tough, especially when you don t have backup Tom proved to be just what she needed Can they work out t...

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