The Copper Mountain Rodeo has returned to Marietta and cowboy reputations aren't the only thing at stake…
Marietta home town girl Kendall Dixon knows who she is and what she wants, even if the stubborn and slow-smiling cowboy who owns her heart is long gone from Montana.
Rancher Brent Ashton returns to Marietta to care for his sick mother. Haunted by the death of his father, he is determined to save his derelict home and resist rekindling the romance with the only girl he's ever loved so that she doesn't sacrifice her dreams for him.
But the shy and sweet Kendall he left behind has become a strong and determined woman. A woman who won’t let her cowboy walk away for a second time.
A great book
Kendall Dixon is in love with her twin brothers best friend Brent Ashton. He kisses her at the annual rodeo and makes plans have dinner with her. When his dad passes unexpectedly he leaves the country to honor his dads wishes. Four years later he returns to Marietta to take over his family's run down ranch. The two reconnect over the weeks before the years rodeo but when Brent gets cold feet he pushes Kendall to see the world before he will be with her.
I loved this book. The characters are interesting and kept me interested.
Loved the story of Brent and Kendall, a second chance romance. Brent left Marietta four years ago to travel to Australia after his father dies. He has not returned home to take care of his mother. Kendall his first love is still there and she is not going to loose her cowboy again. Kendall has now become a strong woman and knows what she wants. Loved how Brent sent her on dream trip to Europe, to find her happiness. Brent and Kendall soon find out that home is the best.
A well written book that I could not put down, I highly recommend everyone take a visit to Marietta Montana. I received this book from Net galley for an honest review.
Kendall and Brent's story was a bit heartbreaking as parent's know best instead of following your heart. I do like the end and how Brent pushes Kendall to make sure she has no regrets and how she has came into her own.
Enjoyable Montana Rodeo Story!
Received an ARC for a honest and fair review.