Book Review – The Cowboy’s Sweet Redemption By Kacy Cross

In order to finish her doctorate, grad student Delilah Kersey needs a job. Any job. So when she overhears a gorgeous rancher describing a job opportunity, she’s all in—if she can convince him she’s a real dog trainer. Of course, no one prepared Delilah for a chaotic household with four unruly dogs and a sexy new boss whose bedroom is right next door to hers.

Military vet Zero Renshaw’s return to civilian and family ranch life hasn’t been easy. He needs to transform four horrible dogs—who can only be described as a menace—into obedient cattle herders. But with his family still reeling from a shattering loss, Zero will do anything to make things better…even hiring an unpredictable dog trainer who’s more temptation than he can resist.

Now Delilah is transforming every aspect of Zero’s tightly-regimented life. She even seems to be healing his family, including his small, broken-hearted nephew. But Zero has no room for mistakes…even if he’s falling for the best one he’s ever made.

Published Date: 11 July 2022

My Review

Delilah is in trouble and she need to find money soonest possible as her loans for the next phase for her Studies haven’t come through. When she found out the Zero is looking for a dog trainer, she jumped at the opportunity despite that she has no no experience whatsoever. The only exposure to actual dog training is through her father who is a well known dog trainer.

It is a story of loss and moving on after that. Both Delilah and Zero have their own burden to carry. Zero need not only a dog trainer. He need someone to bring life to his family. Overall it is a sweet and delightful read for me.

My Rating

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