Luke McClain thought the worst of his problems was losing his job as a Texas Ranger. That’s before he runs into a bullet and finds himself staring into the beautiful eyes of Glory Day. She’s the kind of woman who can make a man forget everything…except finding the way to her heart. Calling on her is the answer to a dream, but leaving her is next to dying.
Glory has had more trouble in her life than most women her age. With her mother ill and her father in prison, she’s all that stands between her sisters and starvation. Then to top everything off she had to go and shoot Luke. Bringing him home and patching him up is the least she can do. She just never expected to find heaven in his arms.
But the real question is…can the meddlesome cowboy be tamed?
“If you’re looking for a real romantic western, look for Linda Broday.” ~~ Roundtable Reviews
“Linda Broday is a skilled author who shows her ability to provide a solid novel in which the romance takes center stage with western and suspense elements.” ~~ Harriet Klausner
“Broday’s style of storytelling is captivating; readers become emotionally involved in her stories, and are not disappointed with the outcomes.” ~~ The Best Reviews
“Ms Broday delivers another good read after her successful debut.” ~~Old Book Barn Gazette
“This tale is sure to touch western romance fans seeking a sentimental love story.” ~~ Romantic Times
“Linda Broday has a very special gift of taking you back to 1881 in Santa Anna, Texas. THE COWBOY WHO CAME CALLING drew me in and held me there. I laughed and I cried. I ached for the Day family and their troubles. I felt joy and relief with them when their problems found resolution . . . . . All I have to say is, “Go get this book!!!” While you’re at it, get KNIGHT ON THE TEXAS PLAINS and read about Luke’s brother, Duel.” ~~ Jennifer Ebmeyer, Romance and Friends, August 2003