A Kiss For Cade will keep you turning pages!

This book review is for the novel "A Kiss For Cade" by Lori Copeland.

I have long been a fan of Lori's books and was glad to get the opportunity to read this one as well and will look for more books by her in the future! This particular title is a part of The Western Sky Series.

While I wasn't the biggest fan of the cover for the book it does fairly well help represent the story.


Zoe Bradshaw would rather eat dirt than clap eyes on Cade Colby, the bounty hunter, ever again.

However, when her best friend, Cade's sister, passes away along with her husband from a mysterious fever, she is left with one last wish from Cade and have him decide her children's fate.

Zoe doesn't understand this request when she would just as soon give everything she has, which is barely anything, to be able to keep the children who are like her own. In spite of her anger toward Cade she respects this last request and sends a letter to him informing him of their passing and that he needs to get his butt back to town.

Little does Zoe know just how much of an upset Cade is going to cause. Not only with her own angry and fragile emotions but with the children and their quick attatchment to their Uncle Cade.

Can he redeem the awful that he has done to Zoe, embrace fatherhood by raising his neices and nephews and settle down??? If you asked Cade the answer would be a resounding NO! He has made far to many enemies in the last 15 years and to much time has passed to every call this town home again. As soon as he decides what to do with the children he will be out of there as fast as his horse can fly through town.

But maybe God has plans that Cade refuses to see or imagine.


Join in this charming small town story! It kept me turning pages late into the night and I will be reading more of this series!

Happy Saturday to you all! Everyone finished Christmas shopping??

*Note* I received this book for free from Harvest House in exchange for a review about it. I am not required to post a positive review. Any opinions expressed are my own and they are sincere.

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