Moving on is never easy…
Small-town doctor and Endeavour Ranch co-owner Dr. Dallas Tucker has very few problems in life—other than a shortage of time and an inheritance he doesn’t believe he deserves. He loves volunteering at the local nursing home and is planning to open a clinic on the ranch. But when he discovers the woman who loved and left him has moved to Grand, Montana, he sets out to win her back.
Brewmaster Hannah Brand still regrets her impulsive mistake at her sister’s wedding. After discovering her high school sweetheart had cheated on her, she had a passionate one night stand with a charming doctor and left town. Determined to pursue her dream of opening her own brewery, Hannah moves back to Grand and is determined to move on with her life—single.
But when the same handsome doctor walks through her door—and clearly makes house calls—Hannah’s past comes flying back. When old doubts resurface, Hannah wonders if time really can heal all wounds…
This was a good story and I enjoyed it. That said, I haven't yet read the first book in this series. And while they are stated to be standalone romances, I think I would have enjoyed this novel even more had I read the previous. I had questions that might have been explained in book one. I will definitely read that soon before book three becomes available.
Hannah and Dallas were a good couple. I liked the development and pace of their relationship. I'm especially happy that Dallas kept up in his pursuit of Hannah when she wasn't interested in a relationship, being that her last one broke her heart. Hannah was understandably guarded. The storyline itself was fun and interesting. Both protagonists were mature, independent, loyal and generally likable. The epilogue was adorable and I was sad when I turned that last page.
I definitely recommend this romance. While I received an advanced reading copy of The Montana Doctor, this is my honest and unbiased review and I than you for taking the time to read it. :)