Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Her Rancher Rescuer (Cadence Creek Cowboys) by Donna Alward


From Goodreads:

"Small-Town Girl, Big-Time Crush

Amy Wilson longs to escape the pointed barbs and knowing looks that come with having a certain reputation in a small town. A temp job with CEO and rancher Jack Shepard seems to offer a way out, if only she can stay focused on her goal.

Former world-class athlete Jack is as relationship-phobic as they come, so he's not worried that the soul-shattering kiss he and Amy shared will affect their working partnership. She's a girl who's going places, but Jack starts to wish that maybe he could tag along for the ride."

Her Rancher Rescuer is the final book in Donna Alward’s Cadence Creek Cowboys series and Amy and Jack’s story is a great ending to the series.  Both have events in the past could keep them from having a chance at a happy future.  Amy plays a part that people expect of her and Jack helps her see she does not have to be that person.  Jack on the other hand just can’t put a big mistake in his past where it belongs.

I loved how strong Amy was and how she took control of her life and refused to let the past rule her.  On the other hand I wanted to give Jack a good strong kick where it would do the most good.  Between Amy changing and Jack refusing to let go of past hurts the two had a tension filled journey to their HEA.  All in all Her Rancher Rescuer is a very good finish to the series.

Harlequin published Her Rancher Rescuer by Donna Alward in 2014.

I received an ARC of Her Rancher Rescuer from Netgalley.

*Donna’s books have been published under Harlequin Romance.  Her Rancher Rescuer is the first book to be published under the American Romance banner.  Since I follow authors not what Harlquin banner they are published under I don’t know if this will make a big difference in her books.  I hope not as I enjoy what and how she writes.

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