Marry a secure businessman, or become a bunkhouse cook for twenty hungry cowboys on a cattle ranch? When Angelina Brighton chooses the ranch, she runs from the wedding her billionaire father arranged. Angelina won't marry a man she doesn't love. Then along comes former special ops soldier Tyler Stone, barreling into Dry Creek to bring her back home. Or so she thinks.But Big Sky country is full of surprises for everyone--especially for a faithful gal and rugged cowboy who discover what home "really" means.
Thanks to Janet for my copy of this book.
I enjoyed this book I found the opening so different from any book I have read which is refreshing. Angelina has a father who will buy her anything and do most anything for her but at times doesn't realise what she wants most is his time. Tyler works for her f as a bodyguard and is now back from the war and off to Dry Creek to bring Angelina home to marry a man she doesn't want to marry. In the first chapter we see why Angelina is in Dry Creek and how she has become a christian. Tyler also hasn't caught up with the fact his mother didn't kill his father and feels its his fault she did it. The book deals with forgiveness of one self, self awareness of what really matters and what person really needs, assumptions. Often when we are children we think we are responsible for things that happened or that it was our fault when in reality we are not to blame but unless things are talked about we hold onto this belief into adulthood and it can cause issues. This happens with Tyler. The book shows how we need to talk things out to find out what is true. Also for parents to talk with children and find out how they feel. If something bad does happen let them know it isn't there fault.