Sometimes you find what you need in the most unlikely places…
Charlie Ryan’s cheating fiancé left her with a broken heart and even broker bank account. She’s hit rock bottom, but everything is about to change. Suddenly, she’s inherited a Montana farm named Tucked Away from a grandmother she never knew existed. A fresh start is just what she needs – and no men in her future this time, even if the local vet is as hot as a Montana summer.
Zack Cooper is content with his simple life. Running his veterinary practice and raising his daughter are enough to keep him busy, and he doesn’t need a high-maintenance city girl like his ex who plans to sell her grandma’s ranch and split faster than a setting sun. So why can’t he stop thinking about Charlie and her hot-pink cowboy boots…and the way her eyes say she wants to stay while her lips tease him with plans of leaving?
Just when both start to believe love might be worth the risk…one night will change everything.
The book was just to stereotypical for me, the “City Girl” was just too city and the hero just too down to earth. It didn’t feel realistic at all. And once I started paying attention, little things started to annoy me, I mean who doesn’t understand what “No service for 200 miles” means, or you have gym cloths in your handbag, but no sneakers you could wear to be comfortable? I’m sure many will love the book, but these little things kept me from getting into the flow of the book.