Private eye Alex Donavan has mixed feelings about her new case. A client tells her she thinks cowboy Brodie Hayes is her son and asks Alex to find out all she can about the baby boy that was stolen from a hospital almost 40 years earlier. After Alex takes the case and gets to know Brodie, the chemistry between them burns. But can they be happy? Alex's news has the stubborn Brodie questioning his identity, but no matter what he learns he vows he'll always be a cowboy. Once a Cowboy (4), by Linda Warren, is warm and emotional. Brodie's past is an important part of the story, and Warren knows how to weave his various character traits into an entertaining story.
Reviewed by: 
Kristi Ahlers