- Expected Jun 25, 2019
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?
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This a great start to the Redemption Ranch.
It definitely took me a long time to warm up to West. For about the first third of the book, I thought he was unnecessarily mean to Tara. He was so hot and cold and I was thinking that I was never going to like him. Then West and Tara started having actual conversations instead of snippy little arguments. And West became someone that I thought could actually fit with Tara. The more these two got to know each other, the more I thought they fit so perfectly together. West and Tara, along with Ty and Chase, became a wonderful team that was going to make the ranch more than they ever thought possible.
I can't wait to see where this series goes.
She’s running, he’s resentful
She’s running, he’s resentful.
Things always aren’t as they seem.
Tara left the ranch she grew up on and her father. She felt pushed out and replaced by West.
West thinks she’s just a princess (very typical and narrow minded).
Three men were welcomed and she was pushed out and sent away.
I didn’t care for West.
I didn’t really connect with Tara either.
I think I was looking for something fresh with this trope and didn’t find it. Especially when West makes a bonehead move and makes a decision for her.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.