Summary

Tina Radcliffe is a rock-solid writer. Her storytelling was smooth and natural. The dialogue was realistic and genuine. The story kept the reader’s interest and required the characters to consider many things about the choices they had made. The Cowgirl’s Sacrifice is a well-written story and a good example of a Love Inspired romance.

4 STAR REVIEW: THE COWGIRL’S SACRIFICE by Tina Radcliffe

The Description

Hearts of Oklahoma: Book 4
Publication Date: July 27, 2021

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?

The Review

The Cowgirl’s Sacrifice by Tina Radcliffe is a second chance story about choices and their consequences, both good and bad. Rodeo clown Kate Rainbolt was injured protecting a bull rider and has returned to her hometown during her recovery. Jess McNally has also returned home to care for his mother, who has severe kidney disease. Neither of them expects to encounter the other ten years after their college romance. 

Kate had chosen to strike out on the rodeo circuit, leaving Jess with feelings of abandonment. Unresolved feelings are evident with both of them. Despite their hostility, they find themselves frequently thrown together at her family’s ranch. Can they come to understand the choices they made and grow together as older and wiser people?

Tina Radcliffe is a rock-solid writer. Her storytelling was smooth and natural. The dialogue was realistic and genuine. The story kept the reader’s interest and required the characters to consider many things about the choices they had made. The Cowgirl’s Sacrifice is a well-written story and a good example of a Love Inspired romance.

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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/

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Diane Petersonhttp://www.dianekpeterson.com
Diane K. Peterson is a retired school library media specialist that promotes the romance novel industry as an analyst, speaker, and reviewer. She is currently compiling an analytic history of the romance genre. Diane leads classes and workshops for authors and older adults (Osher program). A compulsive “fixer,” she uses her status as a Goodreads librarian to correct and improve book records as well as assisting authors. Diane is a member of RWA and the Missouri RWA chapter.

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