Thursday, April 1, 2021

Review: Montana Cowboy Daddy (Wyatt Brothers of Montana #3) by Jane Porter


Professional rodeo cowboy Billy Wyatt is in the prime of his career. He’s having a fantastic year on the circuit, earning big money and leading the standings. Too immersed in his success and enjoying bachelorhood, he's not interested in getting serious. But when a woman he’s never seen before shows up with a baby she claims is his, Billy's world is turned inside out.

Erika Baylor, a PhD grad student, never planned to be a single mom, but when her cousin dies in a car accident, orphaning her infant son, Erika steps forward. She’ll help to care for her 4-month-old nephew until the baby can be reunited with his dad. She doesn’t expect the dad to be cocky, infuriating, and utterly irresistible.

Billy never thought he wanted to be a father, but looking into the eyes of the baby who is supposedly his—and whose blue eyes mirror his own—he’s hooked. But he’s hooked on the woman who’s holding the baby too…


My Review:

An emotionally charged romance.

Billy Wyatt's life is turned upside down when Erika Baylor shows up with a baby and informs him that he is the father. The mother was Erika's cousin who died in a car accident leaving Erika to raise her son, Beck.  But being a student, Erika doesn’t have the time or money to raise a baby, so she sets out to find the father.   Billy is willing to raise Beck, but he needs a little help while he recovers from a rodeo injury.

As they spend time at Billy's Utah home, Erika starts to fall for Billy's charm, but she knows it could never work out.  Billy has a woman in every town and she doesn't approve of his reckless rodeo career.  But fate works in mysterious ways and these two opposites soon find themselves having a hard time being just friends. 

I was hooked on this book from the first page. The story felt real from the emotions the characters went through, to the action during the rodeo, a close-knit family that will do anything for each other and the amazing Utah scenery.  It is the perfect addition to the Wyatt Brothers of Montana series. 

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