The quick of it is that Bronte and her daughters have run from a bad situation. They've come cross country to the safety of her grandmother's home to regroup but instead of a warm embrace Bronte finds even more worries piled onto her shoulders, emotional strife with her daughters and an irresistibly tempting stranger who keeps crossing her path.
I really loved them together. Their romance is a little slower moving due to the children and other responsibilities but it worked. They were wonderful. They didn't push each other or create drama in the relationship and there was just an ease between them as they were getting to know one another. They had the type of romance I would love. It's not flashy or in your face but it's solid, strong and runs deep. It was wonderful seeing them heal and find comfort in one another when life was hard.
The kids were an interesting addition to the mix adding humor, frustrations, incredibly sweet moments and some utterly heartbreaking ones. There are some darker undertones now and again and they had me in tears more than once. I did love them as a whole, though. It was incredibly touching watching Bronte and Jace fall in love with not just each other but with the kids as well.
All in all, Bingham, once again, blew me away with an emotional and heartfelt romance that left me breathless and touched the soul. Absolutely beautiful. This is a series that shouldn't be missed.
However, the last thing Bronte needs is another man in her life. After the end of a painful marriage, she just wants to focus on her daughters. They need her now more than ever. Yet no matter how hard Bronte tries to stand on her own two feet, it’s hard to resist the handsome cowboy who keeps coming to her aid.
Soon secrets from the past threaten everything dear to them. Only through embracing their undeniable connection can Jace and Bronte build a future together that no one can tear apart...
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