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Healing the Cowboy's Heart When Cory Stone discovers the father he never met is gravely ill, he brings the ornery man to his Montana ranch, along with his round-the-clock nurse. Once again Cory finds himself falling for the wrong woman—a city slicker, like the ex-fiancée who broke his heart. But in Eloise LeBlanc, Cory also finds a kindred spirit. The caring beauty knows f Healing the Cowboy's Heart When Cory Stone discovers the father he never met is gravely ill, he brings the ornery man to his Montana ranch, along with his round-the-clock nurse. Once again Cory finds himself falling for the wrong woman—a city slicker, like the ex-fiancée who broke his heart. But in Eloise LeBlanc, Cory also finds a kindred spirit. The caring beauty knows firsthand about love and loss. Neither of them is looking for a new romance, and Cory certainly isn't searching for love. But can the independent city girl heal the heart of a broken cowboy?


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Healing the Cowboy's Heart When Cory Stone discovers the father he never met is gravely ill, he brings the ornery man to his Montana ranch, along with his round-the-clock nurse. Once again Cory finds himself falling for the wrong woman—a city slicker, like the ex-fiancée who broke his heart. But in Eloise LeBlanc, Cory also finds a kindred spirit. The caring beauty knows f Healing the Cowboy's Heart When Cory Stone discovers the father he never met is gravely ill, he brings the ornery man to his Montana ranch, along with his round-the-clock nurse. Once again Cory finds himself falling for the wrong woman—a city slicker, like the ex-fiancée who broke his heart. But in Eloise LeBlanc, Cory also finds a kindred spirit. The caring beauty knows firsthand about love and loss. Neither of them is looking for a new romance, and Cory certainly isn't searching for love. But can the independent city girl heal the heart of a broken cowboy?

50 review for The Rancher's City Girl

  1. 4 out of 5

    Karen Mcnicol

    A country singer married a actress a few years ago and he said "she had me from hello" (a line in one of her movies). I have always loved that, and in this book it is said with so much meaning twice! It's a novel about a dying father getting to know the son he had with his mistress many years ago. Eloise is the palliative care nurse for Robert, she contacts Cory to let him know about his father. It's a story (not without turmoil) about forgiveness and understanding. Letters are found, confrontat A country singer married a actress a few years ago and he said "she had me from hello" (a line in one of her movies). I have always loved that, and in this book it is said with so much meaning twice! It's a novel about a dying father getting to know the son he had with his mistress many years ago. Eloise is the palliative care nurse for Robert, she contacts Cory to let him know about his father. It's a story (not without turmoil) about forgiveness and understanding. Letters are found, confrontations abound but it comes down to two men finding there way to getting to know each other before its too late. You will have a love hate for Robert because he is so gruff and protects his wife even after she has passed. Cory and Eloise have to find there way with each other as well, can a city girl also be a country girl? or will she also break his heart. Patricia Johns takes you on this journey with love and compassion.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne

    THE RANCHER'S CITY GIRL ------------------------- This book is difficult to rate. Part of the story strains suspension of disbelief: a terminal patient volunteers to go to a practical-stranger's ranch? However, as the move occurs early in the story, the disbelief is easy to get over (or at least was for me). Yet, there are some things that are not easy to get over: 1. Repeated Words and Phrases --The protagonist's curls are mentioned THIRTY-THREE TIMES ! Yeesh. (Note: My count may be off slightly THE RANCHER'S CITY GIRL ------------------------- This book is difficult to rate. Part of the story strains suspension of disbelief: a terminal patient volunteers to go to a practical-stranger's ranch? However, as the move occurs early in the story, the disbelief is easy to get over (or at least was for me). Yet, there are some things that are not easy to get over: 1. Repeated Words and Phrases --The protagonist's curls are mentioned THIRTY-THREE TIMES ! Yeesh. (Note: My count may be off slightly.) --"Paddock" is mentioned six times. --"Copse" appears five times. --"And": I don't have a count on this, but the word "and" appears far more in this story than in the previous two I read. There are "pockets" of "and"-constructions--areas of the book where there is description, and there is more description, and someone does something, and there is more description, and... 2. Adverbs, Metaphors, and Similes Phrases that carry a heavy cognitive burden make reading difficult. Some examples from the story are fine, even poetic, but others are simply strange or odd. For example, "The scent of grass swam along the breeze..." (Chapt. 10). Why is scent being personified? (I could dig for other examples but moving along.) However, there are positives. The characters' backgrounds keep the story interesting and give them some depth. The story manages to avoid being (too) trite. The slight mystery surrounding the male protagonist's father pushes the plot forward, at least a bit. Overall, I neither liked nor hated the book, so two-stars, for "it was okay."

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    When nurse, Eloise LeBlanc, started caring for her terminally ill patient and learned he had an estranged son, she risked her job by contacting the son to tell him about his father. But what she didn't know is that Cory Stone didn't know the man existed. What follows in the remainder of the book is a very intense situation as Cory and his father try to get to know each other before he dies. I liked Cory and Eloise and respected their tense situations. I was a joy watching them getting to know eac When nurse, Eloise LeBlanc, started caring for her terminally ill patient and learned he had an estranged son, she risked her job by contacting the son to tell him about his father. But what she didn't know is that Cory Stone didn't know the man existed. What follows in the remainder of the book is a very intense situation as Cory and his father try to get to know each other before he dies. I liked Cory and Eloise and respected their tense situations. I was a joy watching them getting to know each other. Robert, however, is a different story. I did not like the man, but then I don't think we were really expected to. The last couple of chapters held some pretty tense scenes that will bring tears to any reader's eyes. The story is full of hope. Though the ending was a bit fairy-talish and I wonder if it would work in real life, it was still a sweet ending...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie

    The Rancher's City Girl by Patricia Johns was a very good book. Eloise LeBlanc is taking care of a man who is dying. In talking to him she finds out he has a son he never met. Doing research she discovers his name is Cory Stone who owns a big ranch. Eloise called Cory and tells him about his father whom he never met. Bad feelings between the two guys. Cory takes his dad to his ranch. A lot happens. A must read. The Rancher's City Girl by Patricia Johns was a very good book. Eloise LeBlanc is taking care of a man who is dying. In talking to him she finds out he has a son he never met. Doing research she discovers his name is Cory Stone who owns a big ranch. Eloise called Cory and tells him about his father whom he never met. Bad feelings between the two guys. Cory takes his dad to his ranch. A lot happens. A must read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    opal lambert

    Although they were very different they fit together just fine A lovely love story of completely different personalities and life goals blending together With a blessing from God forming a family

  6. 4 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    received 4 stars @ RT Book Reviews

  7. 4 out of 5

    Beverly

    An interesting love story, a sad story of a dying man--the two weaved together. I found the old man's story disturbing. Of course liked the love story so that should explain my rating. An interesting love story, a sad story of a dying man--the two weaved together. I found the old man's story disturbing. Of course liked the love story so that should explain my rating.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

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    Brittany Crouser

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    Cynthia

    Great.. Loved it

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