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Author: Margo Bond Collins
Publisher: Entangled Bliss, Entangled Publishing
Published: July 28th, 2015
This is a story which hooks the reader from the start. You feel you should really dislike the hero, Jonah, but despite his intentions you find him endearing, especially when he sticks up for LeeAnn. She seems something of a daydreamer, unworldly and naive but only trusts people to let her down not to support her, expecting to be hurt and too often it seems she’s right. Although this is the second book in the series, you really don’t need to have read the first to enjoy this one. The story has a brilliant start, a great plot and superb epilogue, all in all a fantastic read that I highly recommend to anyone who is in the mood for a ranch based romance with a superman hero!
LeeAnn Walker inherited her grandparent’s farm where she’s lived for most of her life after the death of both her parents. She’s really struggling to make ends meet and works in her friend’s store and as a yoga instructor to try to ensure she can keep the ranch intact and unmortgaged. Lately she’s been plagued by persistent calls from someone wanting to drill on her land. Her grandmother was a hoarder and LeeAnn is unsure who owns the mineral rights on the land and unless she can prove that she does, the company could come and ruin the landscape and her home. Not only that but her sleazy ex-boyfriend has been cheating and even got engaged to marry someone else. When she spots her ex in the diner she tries to get out quick but ends up falling over then kissing the handsome stranger who helps her up and boy do they have chemistry together! That’s just before she discovers he’s from the oil company who’re after her land. She needs her yoga techniques to help her cope will all the life is throwing at her. Is it true that all’s fair in love and war? Can she trust him? Can he really put his job and promotion first? You’ll have to read it to find out!
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for letting me read an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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