I have to say this was a cute quick read. Take a chance and you’ll be charmed.
Sage is rushing home to save her grandmother from making a (in her eyes) huge mistake. She makes the dangerous trek to the isolated ranch right as a blizzard takes hold over the place. She thinks she’s alone except for her grandma but boy oh boy does she get one heck of a surprise the next morning when she runs in to Creed. I liked watching her start to open her scarred heart to some abandoned animals and then to the wonderful cowboy who landed on her lap. She’s got major issues but you can understand where they come from as the story unfolds.
Creed… sigh… such a sexy sexy man. He’s come to the ranch to buy the place he’s always wanted… A place to call home where he can have something that is his and not associated with his large well-meaning family. I loved watching him work through his feelings for Sage and then figure out what was truly important. He always seemed to want what made her happy once he discovered who she really was after his first mis-guided impression.
You have to love her grandmother and the others in the story who played a part in bringing two people together that never thought they would have the love and home they end up with. The description of the artwork Sage creates and the place that she falls for her dreamy cowboy made me wish I was there and I had a cowboy like Creed of my very own.
Thanks to NetGalley.com and Sourcebooks Casablanca for the chance to read this in exchange for my honest review.