The New Cowboy

The New Cowboy Homecoming Cowboy Living on her grandfather s ranch surrounded by her loving brothers and their families is helping Avery Bannock put her painful past behind her But ever since Zane Lawson came home

  • Title: The New Cowboy
  • Author: Rebecca Winters
  • ISBN: 9780373755516
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Paperback
  • Homecoming Cowboy Living on her grandfather s ranch, surrounded by her loving brothers and their families, is helping Avery Bannock put her painful past behind her But ever since Zane Lawson came home, she s been fighting her feelings for the rugged former Navy SEAL who s sworn to keep her safe in his arms After a decade undercover, Zane s ready to settle in Montana horsHomecoming Cowboy Living on her grandfather s ranch, surrounded by her loving brothers and their families, is helping Avery Bannock put her painful past behind her But ever since Zane Lawson came home, she s been fighting her feelings for the rugged former Navy SEAL who s sworn to keep her safe in his arms After a decade undercover, Zane s ready to settle in Montana horse country Buying the ranch next to the Bannock spread was the first step Now he s got to convince the gun shy archaeologist that he s the only cowboy for her As they work together to find out who s stealing tribal artifacts from a nearby reservation, Zane will do everything in his power to win Avery s trust and turn their budding romance into a mission possible

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    1. TRIGGER WARNING: RAPEShe had to admit it was Zane Lawson's presence that filled her with a sense of happiness and well-being she'd forgotten existed.I really enjoyed this book, but I don't think it is for everyone.The heroine, Avery, is a rape survivor. She was raped 8 years ago, and the book book starts off with the news that Avery's rapist has finally been captured. While she is relieved that he is in jail and she doesn't have to be as concerned that he might track her down or hurt her again, [...]

    2. Good story between two wounded souls. Avery is an archaeologist working on a local dig and living on her grandfather's ranch. Being close to family and friends has been good for her, as she recovers from her painful past. A year earlier she had met Zane Lawson, a former SEAL who is now working for the BLM. She's attracted to him, but is having trouble overcoming her past. After ten years as a SEAL, Zane is happy to be working law enforcement for the BLM. After a year working across the state fro [...]

    3. Avery Bannock is an archeologist working on gathering all the Apsaalooke history and facts she can. She loves her job, but at the moment she has more to worry about, with thieves taking precious Native American artifacts from sites where they are digging and destroying even more. Which is how Zane Lawson, former Navy SEAL turned Bureau of Land Management Law Enforcement agent came to work with her. Avery and Zane met the year before at a family gathering. Since the moment they met there was an [...]

    4. Excellent book. I loved the interweaving of being on an archaeological dig coupled with all of the trappings of a good western romance.

    5. This is a very sweet story with a understanding and romantic hero, Zane. I enjoyed this book because it was very realistic. The Zane and Avery both have issues to deal with and the story deals with their obstacles in a sensitive manner. I also appreciate that the author did not put Avery and Zane in bed together on page 2! They both took time getting to know each other and that is rare in romantic fiction today. More romantic authors could learn something from this author!This book is a nice rea [...]

    6. Avery has a secret about her past that she does not want to share. She is an archaeologist working on a site of the Crow people. The site has been vandalized, this is not the only site that has been vandalized. We meet Zane who is a former Seal who is now working for BLM Law Enforcement.I enjoyed this book, The New Cowboy by Rebecca Winters, and the search for those who have been stealing tribal artifacts.

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