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THE IRISH COWBOY by D.W. Ulsterman


Hap Wilkes had a reputation as one of the toughest and now as he was older, the most miserable and inhospitable curmudgeon ever. Hap just wanted to be left alone. He expected to die alone only fate had other plans.


My sister-in-law was the one who told me about this book which she couldn’t find, so I found it for her and after reading the reviews I thought; yup, I think I need to read this as well.

First of all, THE IRISH COWBOY is a real tear-jerker and should not be read without a box of tissues. It is a wonderful emotional romance and love story that kept me up to finish before I could go to bed. And naturally, there is a villain whom you’ll want to go after and strangle and do as much damage as you can.

However, it is one of the most amazing love stories I’ve read in a while combining a powerful story of love, faith, and forgiveness. Tremendously emotional and one that will stay with you long after the last page has been turned.

Marilyn Rondeau


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