Iris Tatum hasn’t
seen her high school sweetheart Callum Stewart since he left years ago
without a single word. Then she witnesses an horrific hit-and-run
accident, and comes face to face with her past–and Cal’s triplets. A
volunteer paramedic, Iris can’t walk away. No matter how much she wants
Bull rider Callum Stewart was run out of town at age twenty
and vowed never to return. Only one thing could bring him back: building
a future for his sons. Now, thanks to the accident that left him with a
broken leg—he needs help to care for his boys. He has no choice but to
accept Iris’s grudging help.
As they rediscover a friendship–and
the sparks that never faded between them–Callum’s secrets are brought
back with a vengeance. How can they keep the past from destroying their
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lacy Williams is a wife and mom from Oklahoma. She loves dogs, reading, hiking, and watching movies.
debut novel won ACFW’s prestigious Genesis award before being
published. She promises readers happily-ever-afters guaranteed.
combines her love of dogs with her passion for literacy by volunteering
with her therapy dog Mr. Bingley in a local Kids Reading to Dogs
I really enjoyed this book. Read it in two sittings as a matter of fact. I confess to having a soft spot in my heart for books with young children in them and the three in this book are adorable. A handful, but adorable nonetheless. From the first chapter I was pulled into the lives of Callum and Iris who've found a way to make the best of their lives despite some real heartache in their lives. It was clear from the beginning that feelings remained between the two, but some secrets stood in the way. But when Iris's dad does his best to drive Callum away a second time, Iris has to decide what she's willing to do for love. I enjoyed the scenes with Callum, Iris, and the boys interacting especially well. Secondhand Cowboy is a sweet, Christian romance about forgiveness and love and coming home.
I am currently working as a elementary school librarian which I love. I enjoy sharing books on my blogs of which I have two (Geo Librarian and LDS and Lovin' it). I also review for School Library Journal.