But when she sees him again, this time on his own land, sitting on top of a horse, she knows why he's always smiling.
Can two people as different as can be find enough inside to keep them together?
This is book two in a series of members of the same family. I don't think the books need to be read in order although you might be happier if you do.
In the beginning of this book, Dylan has set out to the big city to reconnect with his ex girlfriend. He wants to settle down, get married and have kids and is hoping to rekindle their love. The night before he is supposed to meet up with Shelby, he meets Kate. I love that Kate and Dylan meet before he meets up with Shelby. It gave me a few minutes to solidify that attraction and beginning friendship before Shelby entered the picture.
Dylan has a pretty good head on his shoulders. I liked that he didn't come off completely ignorant of Shelby's character flaws. Both Dylan and Kate a good people. It was easy to like them. It was easy to understand their motivations. I liked the growing attraction between them and the kissy moments too. Dylan's family is a good one and I love that they are all in each book- supporting and working through the hard things.
This was an easy reading, escape book. It was gentle and enjoyed it.
Content: Christian elements (praying, reading Bible, talk of God), kissing
- I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.