The Cowgirl’s Sacrifice
(Hearts of Oklahoma #4)
By Tina Radcliffe
Paperback & ebook, 224 Pages
July 27, 2021 by Love Inspired This cowgirl has wandered back home…
Will she choose her past or her future?
Needing time to heal after a rodeo injury, Kate Rainbolt heads to her family ranch to accept the foreman job her brothers offered her months ago. But the position’s already been filled by her ex-boyfriend, Jess McNally, and the only open job reports to him. With Jess as her temporary boss—and turning into something more—might he finally convince Kate to put down roots?
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About the Author
A freelance writer for over twenty years, Tina Radcliffe
is a Romance Writers of America
and American Christian Fiction Writers
Honor Roll member, and a four-time ACFW Carol Award finalist. Her Harlequin
novels have won the ACFW Carol Award, the Holt Medallion and appeared on the Publishers Weekly
Bestseller list. Besides her novel-length fiction, and her independent publishing releases, Tina has sold over three dozen short stories to Woman’s World Magazine
. A US Army Veteran, a former registered nurse, and library cataloger, Tina resides in Arizona, where she writes fun, heartwarming romance and cozy mysteries. Visit her on the web at https://www.tinaradcliffe.com/
One winner will receive a print copy of The Cowgirl’s Sacrifice, a $25 Amazon gift card, Kitchen Aid Aqua Spatula, and Magnolia Table, Volume 2: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering (US and Canada)
Ends July 28, 2021
laming the guy for something he didn’t do.”
Annoyance rattled right through Kate at her brother’s words, threatening to release her temper. She took a calming breath. “I know exactly what he did, Mitch. He had a chance to toss me a bone, and instead, he hung me out to dry.”
“He told the truth. You can’t blame a guy for that.”
“Sure I can. Absolutely I can. And do.” She fumed for a moment at the thought of how Jess had double-crossed her. The man had changed. Years ago, she could count on him when her back was against the wall. Not anymore.