Blurb: It’s been a long time since Colt Stafford shrugged off his cowboy legacy for shiny Manhattan loafers and a promising career on Wall Street. But when stock market manipulations leave him financially strapped, the oldest son of legendary rancher Sam Stafford decides to return to the sprawling Double S ranch in Gray’s Glen, Washington. He’s broke, but not broken, and it’s time to check in with his ailing father, and get his legs back under him by climbing into the saddle again.
He doesn’t expect to come home to a stranger pointing a loaded gun at his chest— a tough yet beautiful woman that Sam hired as the house manager. Colt senses there’s more to Angelina Morales than meets the eye and he’s determined to find out what she’s hiding…and why.
Colt’s return brings new challenges. Younger brother Nick has been Sam’s right-hand man at the ranch for years and isn’t thrilled at having Colt insert himself into Double S affairs. And the ranch’s contentious relationship with the citizens of Gray’s Glen asks all the Stafford men to examine their hearts about what it truly means to be a neighbor. And as Wall Street recovers, will Colt succumb to the call of the financial district’s wealth and power—or finally the courage to stay in the saddle for good?
I loved the cover. This book has a lot to offer. A diverse MC, a christian lesson and a great story. This is my second christian romance and I gotta say I am pleasantly surprised I like them. Usually I am very much into graphic sex, but this was a nice change of pace for me.
Colt is smart, responsible and a bit bitter towards his father. With good reason, but I’ve always found that it takes too much effort to hold that anger inside and for long periods of time. His character seemed to learn this as well, which made me identify with him and quite frankly like him more. His character is a bit more serious than I am used to. I really like how he seemed to realize that money was not all it was cracked up to be and how family was a blessing not to be ignored.
Angelina is a sassy, out spoken Latina with a fierce devotion to her family and the good book. I liked how she took charge at the ranch and in her family life but I found her a bit too proud for my tastes. She was very outgoing and always ready to help a friend or neighbor out. Her protective instincts towards her family were admirable but a bit too overdone IMO.
Honestly, this book reminded me a bit (a small bit) of P&P. One of my favorite books.
I received the product above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC guidelines.