I feel so lucky to be reviewing Cowboy Redemption by Kasey Millstead. I am a huge fan of the series. While you can read this book as a standalone, I am glad that I was already familiar with the characters that are in Cowboy Redemption. While I thought I would be reading about Kennedy with her bad attitude I was wrong. By the time this book starts Kennedy has seen the light on her bad attitude and she has started her life on a better path. Kennedy is working as a mentor. She is using her bad decisions in her past to help teach kids and adults how to make better decisions in their own lives. Kennedy is trying to rebuild herself into the person she truly wants to be. Then enters Kye, a former footballer whose choices landed him in trouble with the law. He had graduated the program that Kennedy works at.
Watch as these two work together and separately to overcome their past demons. It is not an easy ride, they have to work at it. Watch as they fight to be worthy of the other. Read the heartache that tears them apart, the friendship that binds them together gets stretched almost to the breaking point. Nothing worth having is ever easy and Cowboy Redemption proves that point.
Kasey Millstead lulls you into falling in love with her characters. Her writing makes you feel the emotions and makes it almost impossible to put down that book at the end. I want to dive back in to the world Kasey has created for all of us. I was sad when I hit the last page, heartbroken that I was no longer in Kennedy and Kye’s world.