The Cowboy's Bride

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
In this novella, Tessa and Jake knew each other since they were infants. It took one drunken night for them to realize they were meant to be together forever. Life didn't see it that way. It takes an arch, a romantic cowboy, and a promise of forever for this couple to finally get their perfection.

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About Danielle Lee Zwissler

Danielle Lee Zwissler was born in Dover, Ohio. A small town in North East Ohio. Her love of romance and cowboys took over in this novella. She is a big fan of William Shatner, Harry Potter, and all things Harlequin.

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Sydney Schneff reviewed on on July 10, 2013

Danielle is a very talented author and I love her work! This book is very inspiring. The emotions for me were everywhere, I laughed, I cried, I was mad, sad, and happy. I felt awful for Jake for Tessa acting the way she did but I also understood why and I felt sorry for her to have to go through what she did. This book is short and I wish that it was a longer but it's definitely worth the read!
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Tina Buranis reviewed on on July 10, 2013

The Cowboy's Bride, A True Modern day Love Story, be prepaired to cry ad laugh in this short story, my only problem with the The Cowboy's Bride is I wish it was longer Well Done
Danielle Zwissler
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Phyllis Seibert reviewed on on June 19, 2013

Even though this is a short novella, I have to say that it packs a powerful punch. So much emotion and love the characters have for each other. It is an amazing love story that endures the unimaginable. I did, however, want to punch Tessa in the throat in a couple of parts and wrap my arms around Jake to comfort him. I laughed, I sobbed like a baby, and I fell in love with the characters. I am actually ready to start reading it again even though I just closed the book.
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