Rory has escaped her home town and jerk-off ex. Pregnant and homeless, she rents a cottage on a former cattle ranch as a temporary place to stay until her baby is born. Unfortunately Carson, who plans on using the ranch as a sanctuary for wild mustangs also has a claim on the cottage.
They find themselves living under the same roof and eventually fall in love, but both have trust issues and can’t admit to their feelings which causes a little angst.
Three River Ranch has all the ingredients you expect from books in this genre…a tall, rough around the edges hero; a soft pregnant and emotionally bruised heroine; a dog; horses; puppies; and a run down cottage.
To be honest it’s exactly what I want. Books like this are a little like McDonalds. You can go to a McDonalds anywhere in the world and know exactly what you’re getting. I don’t buy these books to be surprised, I buy them to be entertained and to feel good about myself.
Three River Ranch delivers that and then some.
Many thanks to Entangled and Netgalley for providing me with this ARC