Title: Redemption For The Cowboy
Series Name&Number: The Sawyer Ranch Cowboys Book Two
Author: Z. Peabody
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Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law.--Galatians 3:13
Remington Haylord is a preacher’s son. Remington was raised with a respect and love of the Word of God and a love of taking care of animals. Instead of running with his biker buddies down in Texas, Remington ran with the horses. Although Remington has not always led his life according to the Word, he knows that not every walk with Christ is an easy one, and yet, he feels a preacher’s life is not for him. Now, after a few years in the corporate arena, he’s found a peaceful life at the Sawyer Ranch.
While standing at the head of a church, officiating his best-friend’s wedding, Remington looks down the aisle and is both shocked and amazed. The hardened heart of this cowboy is softened because walking down the aisle as the maid of honor, in a vision of pastel-yellow, is the most beautiful woman he has ever seen.
Phoebe Washington has never been to Montana, and if it wasn’t for her best friend’s wedding, she wouldn’t be there now. As soon as she rides beneath the Sawyer Ranch sign, she’s ready to turn around and board the first plane back to her concrete-jungle home—downtown Chicago—with her favorite tea shop on the corner and the courtroom drama she hates. Phoebe can handle her own in the courtroom. Fighting is one of the things she does best, but Phoebe doesn’t need to fight her way to the glass table. Phoebe makes her own table.
Despite any first impressions, Phoebe has a change of heart about staying on in Montana when she sees the big, handsome cowboy standing next to her best friend’s soon-to-be husband. It looks like she’ll be staying in Montana for a while! He’s quiet, withdrawn, and yes, he’s grumpy. Yet on the rare occasions when he does smile, his face lights up like the big Montana sky. But to Phoebe’s chagrin, he avoids her whenever she gets within a few feet of him. How can she make Remington see that here, with him, is where he wants her to be—and where she needs to be?