About the Book:
After knowing the woman for all of three hours, soldier Reese Cooper married waitress Cheyenne Jones. She was pregnant and scared, alone in Las Vegas—and he was about to ship out on a dangerous tour of duty. But months later, Reese comes home to Dawson, Oklahoma, no longer the strong cowboy who vowed to help Cheyenne. Shrapnel and a guarded heart changed everything. But with a wife and baby counting on him, Reese is about to learn what real courage is all about.
I was in the mood for short mindless romances and NetGalley provided this one and others. If you can get past the highly improbable premise for this book it isn't a bad story. Reese came home blind and is having to re-learn how to do everything. Luckily for him, he is part owner of the family ranch and he is a member of a large supportive family. Cheyenne thinks that no one loves her. The father of her baby abandoned them. She was adopted by her parents, and later overheard them make a comment which she took to mean she was not loved. Together the two of them get to know each other and fall in love. Reese seemed awfully good at adapting to blindness and citizens of this small town readily took to Cheyenne, so realism isn't a big part of this book. Still, I enjoyed it and will give it a B-.