She’s moved home, but can she move on?
One night with professional bull rider Trent Campbell had been everything that Kelly Sullivan had fantasized about. Unfortunately, it cost her everything. When she became pregnant, her father threw her out because she wouldn’t tell him the baby's father was his rodeo hero—the hero who ghosted her when she tried so many times to tell him about their daughter.
Trent Campbell never forgot the best night of his life. It was what kept him going when a 2,000-lbs bull ended his career and almost his life. Throughout his long recovery, thinking of Kelly and wishing he still had his stolen phone so he could contact her, were what got him through the tough days—that, and his bull-headed stubbornness that he’d not only walk again, he’d ride.
When Kelly returns to Last Stand, Texas, in a last-ditch effort to keep her family from selling the Three Sisters Ranch, she has a plan to make her father proud of her again by turning part of the land into a portrait studio location. Her father, however, has already temporary leased Trent some land for a rodeo school. Kelly and Trent still have the same explosive chemistry, but now the stakes are higher. If she lets Trent into her life, it won’t only be her heart he breaks this time if he leaves, it will be their daughter’s.
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A Wonderful story
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I adore this type of book and this story is a beautiful example of a heart-felt one with everyday people. Trent is a bull-rider and Kelly is a photographer. Kelly and Trent shared one night together after a rodeo in their hometown. They would call and text each other and slowly those decreased with two busy schedules. Unfortunately Trent's phone was stolen so when Kelly discovered she was pregnant, she had to call his manager, Billy. Billy, being a diligent manager, effectively held the buckle bunnies (and Kelly) away from Trent. The coming together of these two people had it turbulence but it was a joy to read.
I adored 5 year old Alissa. She was just a lovable girl. I look forward to more wonderful stories about the other two sisters from the Three Sisters Ranch and their journeys to a HEA.
What a great beginning to a series.