City girl Reagan Sullivan may know her way around New York City, but nothing back East has prepared her for the land of armadillos and tall Texans. Chasing after adventure to blur an unhappy past, the highly independent Reagan has landed a job out West-but quite clearly she is not out to land a husband. When the gentle rancher Cash Rawlings comes into her life, Reagan finds herself intrigued with the man and his faith-but love and commitment are adventures this city girl has vowed never to embark upon.Will Reagan be able to come to terms with her fragile past and discover a new way of living without fear? And will the faith and peace that belong to so many of her new friends ever enter her own life?
City Girl is a good book as well. The way Reagan handles the men who try to ask her out is amazing. I've never seen that in any other book I've read, except in Pretense when Delancey made it known in no uncertain terms to Chet that she was a black belt. That was one of my most favorite parts of the book. My favorite parts of the book Pretense, however, were whenever Mackenzie and Delancey came to Christ after pushing him away for so many years. Anyway, back to the review for City Girl. I love it when Cash and Reagan get married. They are so in love it isn't even funny.