This book was about Mia Cooper, adopted daughter. She took care of her younger siblings until her mom died when she was eight, then she was placed with the Cooper's. Her brother was in prison, but she doesn't know where her sister is. She's now recovering from being shot during an undercover operation that took the life of her partner, leaving his wife widowed with two kids and one on the way.
Now what should she do? She doesn't know who she is anymore. Everything she knew seems to be over and the man she loves could never marry someone like her because she is nothing like her best friend, who died five years ago and left a baby and husband behind. Only that husband is slowly falling in love with Mia now. Can she be the wife he needs?
So many times we compare ourselves to someone else when really we should just be the best we can be. Such a great lesson!
I've noticed that, except fir the first story which came with another shorter novel, every sibling married into a ready-made family. I expect this will continue through the remaining three books. I do love the grandmother. Though several of this recurring themes are unlikely to happen in real life, it lets us wonder what life would be like if there were more cowboys (and girls) like the Coopers!