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LIH Spotlight: The Cowboy’s Baby Bond

It’s April, and that means four new stories from
Love Inspired Historical will be hitting shelves.

This week I’m shining the spotlight on
The Cowboy’s Baby Bond by Linda Ford,
the second book in her Montana Cowboys series.

The Cowboy's Baby Bond

An Honorable Cowboy 

Determined single mother Willow Reames has one goal: to reunite with her sisters and begin a new life with them and her infant son. But when she’s unexpectedly stranded in the Montana wilderness—with her siblings nowhere in sight—she needs to rely on the kindness of Johnny Harding.

It’s more than honor that compels the half Native American cowboy to help the beautiful widow and her adorable baby. The little family evokes his masculine instincts to protect them. Soon woman-wary Johnny is cradling baby Adam in his arms and offering to assist Willow in finding her missing sisters. As their hearts slowly thaw, can Johnny convince Willow to trust him with the secret she’s keeping so, just maybe, they can have a future together?

Montana Cowboys: These brothers live and love by the code of the West

Copyright © 2016 by Harlequin Enterprises Limited
Cover art and cover copy text used by arrangement with Harlequin Enterprises Limited.
® and ™ are trademarks owned by Harlequin Enterprises Limited
or its affiliated companies, used under license.


Fun Question for Linda…

According to the calendar, spring has arrived here in the northern hemisphere. What are your favorite signs of spring?

Linda says: “Tulips and green grass. After months of brown,
I love color of any sort outdoors.”

Your Turn…

What are your favorite signs of spring?


Book Giveaway!

Enter to win a print copy of The Cowboy’s City Girl.

Giveaway ends Sunday, April 10 at 12 a.m. PDT.

Winner to be announced here and in my
new blog post on Monday, April 11.

Must be 18 to enter. International OK. Void where prohibited.

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Keli Gwyn


  • MELODY says:

    I love it when the daffodils pop up. In Utah it is often before we are done with snow. So seeing the yellow flowers covered in snow gives me hope that the snow will eventually be gone! Haha

  • Laurie Wood says:

    For me, it’s spring when the Canada geese return from down south. They come back the end of March/early April and start nesting in a green park right behind my house. I love watching them from my dining room.

    • Linda Ford says:

      I love the sound of the geese flying overhead as they return north.

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Laurie, we attended a church next to a school for many years. I enjoyed hearing the honking of the geese that would land on the large green lawn beyond the playground. At times there were hundreds of them standing around. It’s neat that you can watch gesse from your own dining room.

      • Laurie Wood says:

        The return of the geese here is really the first sign of spring. For us, winter continues through most of April and in to May. I have a hedge of lilac bushes in my yard but they don’t bloom till nearly June. Prairie weather north of the 48th parallel is still pretty cold longer than elsewhere. For example, we went away for the weekend and drove through a snowstorm on icy roads to get there – the first weekend in April. 🙂

  • I love the little Snow Drop flowers that come up even through the snow! And Robins.

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Kerrie, Snow Drops are such pretty flowers. And I’ve always loved seeing robins. Do the ones you see have the traditional red breasts?

  • Luanne Lawrence says:

    I love the green hills, but mostly I love the blossoms on my fruit trees. Oh, and lilacs! I love the smell of my lilacs!

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Luanne, I love seeing how green the hills are this year. I’ve seen pictures of your fruit tree blossoms on Facebook. They’re beautiful. Lilacs are my favorite sign of spring. We have some lilac bushes in our backyard, and I love sniffing their fragrant blooms. I do watch out for the bees, though. They seem to love lilacs as much as I do.

  • Lynn Funk says:

    A week ago I saw a Robin and that was the first sign of spring for me, I love to listen to them.

  • Laura AKA Loves 2 Read Romance says:

    I love the flowers that start popping out. Here in Texas it’s azaleas and bluebonnets.

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Laura, I’ve seen several pictures on Facebook of the Texas bluebonnets in bloom. What a sight that must be. Seeing those famous flowers in bloom is on my bucket list.

  • Kathy Anderson says:

    My favorite sign of spring is the Dogwood trees in bloom and the tulips. I love all the color.

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Kathy, I’m with you. Dogwood trees in bloom are a spectacular sight. There are a couple of Dogwood trees on my regular route to town, and I love seeing them in all their flowery finery this time of year.

      And who doesn’t love a rainbow of tulips in bloom? I certainly do. =)

  • Linda Ford says:

    I just remembered my MOST favorite spring thing–my May Day tree in blossom. It smells so good. It is right now in full bud and if the weather stays warm, I will soon be enjoying the blossoms. I can’t wait.

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Linda, I’m not familiar with a Mayday tree, so I looked it up on Google. I can see why you like yours. It’s a pretty tree. Love the fluffy blooms.

  • Amy Fields says:

    I love seeing the tulips!!

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      You’re in good company, Amy! Several of us like seeing the tulips. I love what one of my romance writing says about them: tulips are the most romantic flower. Two-lips. =)

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Congratulations, Amy! You’re the winner of the drawing for a print copy of The Cowboy’s Baby Bond by Linda Ford. I sent you an email.

  • jane naccarato says:

    Daffodils and allergies.

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Jane, daffodils are delightful. Allergies, not so much. Sadly, many people suffer with them this time of year. I’m not one of them, but Gwynly is. I feel for him and for all the others who are dealing with allergy symptoms.

  • First the Bradford Pears blooming, but then the redbuds blooming. The redbuds are my favorite! I love everything turning green too…new life!

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Julie, the flowering trees are so pretty, aren’t they? My daughter used to get tired of me oohing and aahing over them each spring as I drive her to school.