While summering in Wild Horse, Wyoming, Dr. Adam Stone's young daughters gain an immediate hold on veterinarian Cheyenne Granger's heart. And the tall, handsome newcomer brings with him quiet whispers of fairy-tale endings. But Cheyenne had given up hope of a blissfully-ever-after when her boyfriend walked out on her. And Adam is busy nursing his own broken heart. Yet the girls are determined to draw the two together. Is it possible there's a happy ending--involving a family of four--in their future after all?
Firstly thanks to Jillian for my copy of this book.
This is the latest installment in the Granger Family Ranch series. This story features the second Daughter Cheyenne who is back in Wild Horse after finishing her vet studies. Adam Stone is spending the summer with his girls to help them heal from his wife walking out on them. One of Adams girls has a real heart for injured animals and brings them to Cheyenne to help. This leads to interaction with Adam. Neither want a relationship but they seem to be pulled together. A side story is we see Cady and Frank again and there fledging romance, I really love there this side story and seeing an older couple find romance. This was another good book and I cant wait to read more books in this series.
Getting stood up on a blind date was the best thing that could happen to police officer Max Decker. No small talk. No personal questions. No lies. And no pretending he's ready to give his heart to anyone. Anyone like vulnerable Brianna McKaslin—who was stood up in the same restaurant! The lovely, kind, Christian woman is everything the embittered cop used to dream about in a bride. And Max can't be the one who lets her get away.
I found this book at Koorong when I was there at Christmas time and had to buy it. This is the first in a new series of the McKaslin Clan. We see Brianna on a blind date which she has been stood up for when in comes Max who is also on a blind date and his date also stands him up. Neither want to go on these dates but there family and friends tend to wear them down so they give in. Brianna is recovering from a trauma that left her fighting for her life and Max is a police officer who has closed himself of from romance. They seem to run into each other and strike up a friendship. When they do try to go on a date what happens is so funny, I have been told the author has used some of her own experiences in these scenes. I felt for Brianna with what she went through and can understand her panic attacks but admire her for pushing through to not let what happened stop her. Good read.
"A place to heal"That's all Brooke McKaslin yearns for.She's returned to Montana on family business, hoping to leave her past behind. And to shield the secret she carries. She's not planning on staying long--until she begins working for reporter Liam Knightly. Liam is handsome, good-hearted--and as leery of relationships as Brooke is. Even as they realize how much they have in common, Brooke fears a threat to their growing love. Will her secret stand in the way of their happiness?
Thanks Jillian for my review copy.
This is the second book in the latest McKaslin series. Brooke is back from her sister Brianna's trial and is there to support her. She has been working in Washington state and is now without a job and back home for now. She is struggling with bad memories. Liam comes onto the scene with an adopted dog Oscar who has a some interesting traits. There is a major issue Liam is a reporter and she thinks he is using her to get a story. Also Liam is recovering from an nasty relationship so is not in the hunt for a girlfriend. This is an interesting story and Oscar really steals the show on more than one occasion. Good read.