Published March 23rd, 2020
Print Length: 394 pages
Genre: Western Romance, Romantic Suspense, Cowboys
Dane Moon left his home town the first chance he got. His family life wasn’t good, his father was a mean drunk and his mother died a long time ago. When his own marriage ended, he decided to go back. His father was already dead, his big brother was in charge of what was left of the ranch and at least he would have a home. And then he meets the neighbor.
Brennah Peterson is the veterinarian in town but she’s gearing up to bigger and better things, at least that’s what she thinks. When her teenage crush comes back to town and ends up passed out drunk on her property, she doesn’t know what to do with him. She ends up throwing a bucket of water on him and thinks that would be it, but life is not that simple.
What I Like:
- Brennah might have been in love with Dane once but the woman is a tough cookie. She doesn’t back down when she wants something and is not afraid to take action when needed.
- The banter between the brothers is just fantastic. I laughed so much when Dane and Z had to work together and got into silly competitions. The conversations between them was also so much fun.
- The plot of the story was done in a way that I did not know who the actual bad guy was until the characters had a face to fist with them. I was not expecting who it was, so Em Petrova surprised me on this one.
- Asher is back and he’s a badass with capital letters. What he’s been doing since he left town all those years back is just crazy and I love that perfect hook that has me wanting to read the next book right now.
What I Didn’t Like:
- Dane’s negative self-talk almost every chapter became a problem. It wasn’t too much of an annoyance but it became predictable on chapter when the story was told in his POV.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. This is my unbiased opinion.
About the Author
Em Petrova was raised by hippies in the wilds of Pennsylvania but told her parents at the age of four she wanted to be a gypsy when she grew up. She has a soft spot for babies, puppies, and 90s Grunge music and believes in Bigfoot and aliens. She started writing at the age of twelve and prides herself on making her characters larger than life and her sex scenes hotter than hot.
She burst into the world of publishing in 2010 after having five beautiful bambinos and figuring they were old enough to get their own snacks while she pounds away at the keys. In her not-so-spare time, she is fur-mommy to a Labradoodle named Daisy Hasselhoff and works as an editor with USA Today and New York Times bestselling authors.