Her Montana Hero

Her Montana Hero

by Roxanne Snopek

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Fourteen years after her abrupt departure, Samara Davis is back in Marietta, Montana. Now a widow, all she wants is to give her anxious four-year old daughter, Jade, a happy, stable home. Unfortunately, the heritage house she purchased is nowhere near ready for occupancy. And the man responsible for the delay is none other than high-school golden boy and love of her life Logan Stafford, available, interested and just as swoon-worthy as ever.

But this single mother has one priority. She's all Jade has, and she'll do anything, make any sacrifice, for her child's future. And getting distracted by a long-lost boyfriend is not on the agenda.

Logan Stafford never forgot the lonely girl from the wrong side of the tracks who broke his heart. Not only is she as irresistible as ever, but her delightfully odd little girl has him wrapped around her finger in no time. Believing they've been given a second chance, Logan's determined to pull out all the stops on the house to prove to them both that he's a guy they can count on.

But, despite how easy it is to love Logan, second chance is still a gamble Samara can't afford to take.

This Montana Home Series
Book 1 - Her Montana Hero
Book 2 - A Sweet Montana Christmas
Book 3 - The Cowboy Next Door
Book 4 - Cinderella's Cowboy

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149920105
Publisher: Tule Publishing
Publication date: 01/21/2015
Series: Montana Home , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 102,218
File size: 507 KB

About the Author

Born under a Scorpio moon, raised in a little house on the prairie, Roxanne Snopek said “as you wish” to her Alpha Farm Boy and followed him to the mountain air and ocean breezes of British Columbia. There, while healing creatures great and small and raising three warrior-princesses, they found their real-life happily-ever-after. After also establishing a successful freelance and non-fiction career, Roxanne began writing what she most loved to read: romance. Her small-town stories quickly became fan favorites; print editions of her latest series were recently launched in France.

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Her Montana Hero 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
sbart84 More than 1 year ago
Samara with daughter, Jade returns to Marietta because it was the closest thing that she had to to everything, Logan took for granted. Instead of a soft peaceful landing she got a house that wasn't ready and a man that she also was not ready for. Loved this book, well written characters and it was great to be back in Marietta. I really enjoyed the character Bob, ok so he was a dog but Roxanne always includes them. A great addition to the Montana Born Homecoming series. Highly recommend.
foxreads11 More than 1 year ago
This is a great story if you want a little light reading that is short and sweet. It has the man who has always loved a girl from high school and never forgot her. He gets a second chance at love and he runs full force to her! The man in this story is what every woman wants; someone who will always be there for you with all your baggage and who loves your child even if the child has special needs. I mean really who wouldn’t want that?! Logan was the football player in high school that every girl wanted. Samara is the girl whom he wanted. Samara’s family moved a lot and just when things were perfect between them. Sam’s father up and moved them without letting her say so much as a goodbye. Many years and one child and widowed woman later, Sam returns with her little girl, Jade to move in. It is a lovely small town where everyone knows everyone else. She chose a house that the kids from the high school that Logan works at, is renovating for school credit. The house isn’t ready and her furniture is coming soon anyway, Sam is always worrying over Jade, thinking she is the only one who can care for her and Sam keeps getting distracted by her feelings for Logan and she finds herself confused and overprotected and anxious. There is more than she can handle at one time. That’s where we find our Prince Logan to rescue her and help her out not because he can, but because he has always loved her and still loves her and wants to help her. I loved the story. The story is easy to follow. The characters are real (with their entire baggage showing). There are mistakes made and apologies given. I love small towns and a tight knight community. This is where everyone is there for everyone else, always providing service when needed. So, if you want a quick, sweet read; one with a Prince Charming, renovating an old home, small towns, special needs kids with a cute little mutt, being there for others, second chances, learning how to let others give you aide, and finding all is ok in the world, then this is the story for you! I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Nicola_1202 More than 1 year ago
Roxanne Snopek wrote one of my favourite series' so when given the chance to read Finding Home I grabbed it with both hands. And she doesn't disappoint as she has brought us a sweet, touching romance, that whilst fairly short, is filled with feeling. "Getting a second chance is a miracle. It's a gift." When widow Samara Davis and her daughter return to her hometown in Montana from New York, the last person she expects to find restoring her new home is her high school sweetheart, Logan Stafford. But she does and it's immediately evident that the attraction is still there and it's mutual, but 14 years have passed and her daughter now must come first. Logan was a sweetheart; kind, protective and patient, he found his way into my heart straight away. Sam, took some warming to. I liked her, but I also found her a little difficult as she doesn't trust people with her daughter and she can be short and offhand when they are trying to help. But rest assured by the end of the book I'd completely warmed to her; she hasn't had an easy time of things but she and Logan were perfect together with realistic, natural chemistry which burned bright. As is Roxanne's MO, a cast of secondary characters bring snark, humour and support and animals and children bring the cute, heartfelt moments. Whilst I perhaps would have liked a little more detail of Sam's backstory with her husband, it was a thoroughly enjoyable read and I could have happily read a full length novel. If a family feel, small town romance is what you want, then Finding Home is exactly that. (It's worth mentioning that this is part of the Homecoming series although it can easily be read as a standalone. That said, I intend to read the rest of the series.) Copy generously received from the publisher for an honest and unbiased opinion.
ReadYourWrites More than 1 year ago
Reviewed for Read Your Writes Book Reviews by Kim I love the world Tule Publishing Group has created with its Montana Born imprint. It’s a world where several characters cross over into other books written by different authors. The best part is that the books are all stand alone. Samara (Sam) Davis is a young widow who unexpectedly lost her husband, Michael, a little over a year ago. Now, along with her four-year-old daughter, Jade, she returns to the one place that ever felt like home, Marietta, Montana. Originally from and still living in Marietta, Logan Stafford is a curriculum designer who helps high schoolers in the neighboring town of Livingston learn how to build and rehab houses. Logan is also the guy Sam left behind without even a goodbye in high school. Sam and Logan meet up again years later, when she purchases a house Logan and his teen chargers are tasked with rehabbing. For both, the attraction is still there, however, Sam’s only priority is to take care of her daughter. Sam and Jade are all each other have and Sam wants to make sure Jade is taken care of. I seriously loved Logan from the moment he appeared on the page. He’s extremely good with Jade, who appears to have some issues. He’s patient with Sam too. He just wants to bare some of the weight she carries around on her shoulders. For me, Sam was a little hard to understand. It’s no secret that her childhood and teenage years were difficult, but she seemed a little closed off. Sam wants family and friends but she isn’t sure how to handle them. I really liked the book and the sense of community that poured off the pages. However, I’m a big fan of epilogues and I like to see how things are tied up. I would have loved to see how Sam, Logan, and Jade continued their relationship. But, since this is part of a series, maybe in the books to follow by other authors I will get a glimpse of them. Needless to say....I’m looking forward to rest of the series. **Received a copy from Tule Publishing in exchange for an honest unbiased review.**
CatmomJD More than 1 year ago
True love stories never have endings Samara "Sam" Davis spent her younger years moving from one town to the next. But, the one town she never forgot was Marietta Montana where she first fell in love. It was also the first place she felt she belonged and the first school she enjoyed. Now widowed, Sam has returned to raise her daughter Jade in Marietta. She feels the small town and close knit community will be the best environment for her. Logan Stafford is teaching students from the high school different trades. They work in homes around town which are then put up for sale. When Sam walks in as the new home owner, he doesn't believe his eyes. All the memories come back to him. They come back to Sam too. The move in date is approaching quick, but the work in the home not going as fast as expected. They end up working together to help speed up the process. Working this closely, they start remembering why they were perfect for each other in school. But, Sam is not ready for a relationship. She is trying to be the best mother she can for Jade and not sure if it will work out between her and Logan. Lots of surprises pop up along the way which only bring them even closer. Will Logan be able to convince Sam that they can be together again and it can be good for Jade too? This was a really cute story and a lot of fun to read.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Kayti Nika Raet for Readers' Favorite In Finding Home by Roxanne Snopek, Samara Davis is a grieving mother and widow returning to the one place she truly felt at home, Marietta Montana. Determined to give her autistic daughter, Jade, a happy and secure home she's not too pleased to discover that the restored house she was expecting to move into is nowhere near ready. She gets an even bigger surprise when she discovers that the contractor in charge of the restoration is none other than Logan Stafford, a high school boyfriend. A sweet and caring man who never forgot the lonely girl from the wrong side of the tracks. Instantly falling in love again, Logan is determined to prove to Sam that he can be the calm in her chaotic whirlwind of a life. He's determined to show how much they can count on him, but when an unexpected crisis with Jade sends Sam in a tailspin, he soon learns that mere determination may not be enough. Finding Home by Roxanne Snopek is the start of a series of sweet romantic novellas. It's a quick read that immerses the reader in a certain brand of small town coziness. I had trouble warming up to Samara at first, despite understanding her circumstances, but I appreciated her flawed character and I loved how sweet and understanding Logan was, especially when it came to Jade, Sam's mildly autistic daughter. Despite Sam's background and insecurities, Snopek does a great job of getting her to open up and the moments between her and Logan are super sweet. A straight forward romance that's sure to leave any fan feeling warm and fuzzy.