This one is definitely a Christian romance. Not a historical, though you might have thought that because of the cover. No, this is about a modern-day Montana cowboy who falls in love--of course. A lot of love stories are so predictable that they lose my interests, but this one has enough unusual twists that it kept me fascinated. I'd say about 4 stars or so.
So here we have one cowboy totally disabled (Ben), another one drowning his guilt in alcohol (Jamie), and another one who feels responsible for everyone and everything (John). John's easily driven to anger because of conclusions he jumps into. And there we have an attractive young physical therapist (Jill) who, with the rest of the clinic she works for, specializes in the extremely disabled who might be helped. She pleads Ben into their clinic's program, even though they have a full complement of patients. Jill's seen something in Ben she thinks can be a route to healing--but John's pretty sure she's seen deep pockets she can go fishing in.
Lots of problems and progresses will keep you turning the pages, promise. Available from Amazon.
I was given a free copy of this book by the author, but the views expressed herein are my own.