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Publisher Description

He wanted to be left in peace…

West Morgan knows all about second chances. After bouncing from foster home to foster home, he finally landed at the Rawlings Ranch as a teenager. There he found a home, something he’d never thought possible. Now an adult, he realizes he’s been given much more: a family and, most importantly, peace. But when his mentor dies and leaves the property divided among his foster brothers and his mentor’s daughter, Tara Rawlings, the fragile future he’s built for himself is threatened.

She wanted to be free of her past…

Tara Rawlings swore she’d never end up with someone like her father, a man completely focused on the ranch to the exclusion of his loved ones. She created a new life for herself in San Francisco, running an interior design company and getting married, then divorced. When she returns to settle her father’s estate, she finds that her birthright is in jeopardy. And the only way to save it is to work with West Morgan, the one man she has always resented—and always found irresistible.

Can they save the ranch without killing each other … or falling in love?

June 25
Tule Publishing
Tule Publishing Inc.

Customer Reviews

777sails ,

A Cowboy’s Salvation

This was an interesting story. I was a little perplexed by Tara at first. She first seemed very brash to me. Then after finding out about her inheritance, she was wounded that the ranch was to be split with the foster boys (now men) that her father took in. Her thoughts turn to his rejection of her not being able to care for the ranch. Earlier though, she planned on selling the ranch. That seemed to be a great conflict for me. Tara seemed like the perfect spoiled princess. She wondered where the money went that they would need to pay the inheritance taxes. Unfortunately, West informs her it wasn’t from bad investments but her spending ways (expensive clothes and many vacations), while they had to sacrifice to pay for it.

It took me some time to warm up to Tara. Having a dual POV really helped here. As the pages flew by, more of Tara was revealed. Her pain and grief were becoming more evident. The past had a firm grip on her. As she and West grew closer together, you could see the past was slowly giving way to a wonderful relationship. A healing one.

I was thoroughly engrossed in this story. I eagerly look forward to the rest of this series. Getting to see Chase and Ty in an in-depth way and finding their HEAs will keep me coming back. I applaud the author’s work here. Growing up in a loving family and not having the background that the characters here have, the plot was written in a way that I really felt for all of them. GREAT JOB!

This book is not a sweet, clean romance. There are scenes that many would not appreciate. I highly recommend this story for anyone over the age of 18.

viro1963 ,


This book was awesome had my attention from the beginning to the end. The characters are well developed and engaging and plenty of chemistry. The storyline flowed smoothly from beginning to the end.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

mc319 ,

Tara and West’s Story— a Must Read

This is the 1st book in the Redemption Ranch Series and it is awesome. Weston Morgan got a 2nd chance when Douglas Rawlings gave him a foster home in Montana on his ranch. He was a troubled youth but Douglas saw something in him that reminded him of himself. Over the years Douglas also took in two other boys, Chase and Ty. He also had a daughter, Tara. On his wife’s deathbed, he promised her that he would give Tara the best education she could have and a life of her own away from the ranch. Over the years a rift developed between Tara and her father. She felt as if he didn’t want her around after her mother passed away and he sent her away. Now, her father is gone and she’s called home to make funeral arrangements and settle his estate. Expecting to inherit the ranch, she’s thrown for a loop when the ranch is left to her and the foster brothers, West, Chase and Ty. The ranch isn’t as profitable as she thought and with a huge inheritance tax to pay, they need to come up with options. She wants to sell but the brothers refuse as it’s the only place they can call home.
A well written storyline and Wonderful characters that draw you in from the beginning to the very last page. There’s a wide range of emotions from anger, humor, angst, heartbreak and a passionate love between Tara and West. This is going to be an incredible series. This is a must read. Can’t wait for Chase and Ty’s stories.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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