NEVER TRUST A COWBOY. That's what Kara Dixon's mother alwayswarned. Back home in Canyon Springs, Arizona, to care for her ailing mom, Kara comes face-to-face with rodeo cowboy Trey Kenton. Her former flame--and one-time bad-boy--is finally ready to settle down and start a family, and he's got his heart set on Kara. But she's determined to head back to her big city life in Chicago once her mother's on the mend. Can the charming cowboy convince her to trust him and give their love a second chance?
I enjoyed Glynna's first book and this one lives up to the standard. This time Kara is the heroine and Trey the Hero. Kara doesn't want to live in a small town where everyone knows everyone but wants to live in a big City. Trey wants to settle down in the small community and put down roots. It is interesting watching the story unfold. Kara made a promise when she was younger which is causing her alot of problem. We see how a promise can cause alot of problems if its kept or broken. There are some scenes in this book I really identified with being a single. Some of the statements made by Trey in one part of the book will ring true to many singles and will hopefully be a lightbulb moment for some people. I could identify so much with some of his comments and observations. I loved this story and I cant wait for more books set in this community.