With two kids to raise and a ranch to run, Wade Darland had his hands full, but it doesn't stop him from looking twice at Tess Vega—especially when she looks back. But Wade and Tess differ on ranching, raising children and relationships—he's not keen on commitments and Tess is a stick-to-it kind of gal. Empowered by strong characterization, Brenda Mott's COWGIRL, SAY YES (4) works on many levels—mother-daughter relationships, new love and the merit of compromise.

Reviewed by: 
Pamela Cohen