The Gallaghers of Montana have fallen and fallen hard and now it is time for the missing Gallagher sister to return to the safety of her brothers and family.


Glenna Gallagher doesn’t remember her past or her name for that matter. With an unexplained urge to protect herself and fly under the radar, she moves from town to town doing, never really understanding what’s she’s running from or who she’s hiding from until private investigator Mitch Hardeman catches up with her.

Hired by her brothers to bring Glenna home, Mitch Hardeman has his job cut out with Glenna’s amnesia and gaining her trust to take her back to Marietta to her family. With danger lurking in the shadows and her memories coming in bits and pieces, Mitch’s protective instincts come on full blast, and as they navigate home, so does his attraction to Glenna.

“Return Of The Cowgirl” is one of the coolest books I’ve read. A simple story of a sister gone missing and the tenacity of her family to bring her home; no matter what continent she’s been living. With a hint of mystery and no histrionics whatsoever, this is a wonderful story of a woman trying to come to terms with her past and future and of a gentleman willing to go to any lengths to protect and cherish her.

Eve Gaddy does a great job with developing the relationship between Glenna and Mitch as well as the delicate and sensitive relationship with her brothers. I’ve come to love Eve Gaddy and her wonderful love stories full of charm and charisma, and her Whiskey River Series will always remain as one of my favorites of her works.

Received an ARC from Tule Publishing via NetGalley for an honest review.