Brice was a sweet final book in the Cowboys of Ransom Creek series. I believe that a reader could probably enjoy reading Brice even if they hadn’t read the other books, as long as they understood that other siblings and their significant others would play a part in the story.
The author did a very good job of creating a heroine in Tara Quinn who, along with her children, had overcome much trauma from Tara’s ex-husband. Tara’s reluctance to trust herself and her kids to another man was understandable.
Brice Presley was such a nice, honorable hero. I appreciated the way that he was slowly beginning to realize that he desired the love that his siblings had found in their spouses. I liked that as he learned about the emotional scars that Tara and her children carried, he did all he could to be a kind and supportive person for them.
This was a sweet romance!
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Romance, cowboys, ranching and wild mustangs…the Presley men, aka the cowboys of Ransom Creek, will win your heart and have you longing for Texas. Don’t miss the final book in this satisfying series!
His family is changing and growing with happily-ever-after’s surrounding Brice Presley. He’s happy for his brothers and his sister and feeling restless to make a mark on his own future, but he’s not ready to settle down. He’s planning on branching out with his own ranch, until his plans get side-railed when the ranch he’s looking to buy is rented out to a spunky beauty and her two children. Determined to get the deal done, he’s not sure how he’ll manage buying the property and not coming out the bad guy.
Tara Quinn has plans to get her horse business up and running and then to buy the ranch she’s leasing. She’s hoping her landlord will make her a deal and not counting on the hunky, handsome cowboy from across the road wanting to boot her from the property and take it for his own. And she’s certainly not counting on the attraction that has them both about as nervous as cats on hot tin roofs. Romance is the last thing she wants, especially with the man she sees as the obstacle between her providing her kids with the future they deserve.
Love is looking about as likely as a rainstorm in the middle of a Texas drought…but miracles do happen.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Debra Clopton is a multi-award winning novelist and has written more than 22 novels. Along with writing, Debra helps her husband teach the youth at their local Cowboy Church. Debra’s goal is to shine a light toward God while she entertains readers with her words.