RJ returns to Montana with a wonderful romance about finding home
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
When RJ said she was heading back to Crooked Tree Ranch I was both incredibly happy and also quite apprehensive about where she would be taking the reader.
I should have known there was no need to panic, this journey is possibly one of the most beautiful and poignant ones I’ve read and certainly, within a quite outstanding series, it encapsulates all that Crooked Tree has come to mean for so many people – love and a home.
I’m not going to go into too much detail, I think this book needs to be savoured like a fine whisky, let the story unfold as Tyler does the same to Martin, last seen under a different name and being given a chance of life by Julian.
It will pay you to read A Cowboy’s Home first, even though this can work as a standalone, you will have much more depth to the narrative.
Rob’s story in Second Chance Ranch remains my favourite in this wonderful series, but this one came very close to toppling it from the top of the tree.
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review