Second Chance Ranch with First-Rate Cowboy
Kimberly Lee isn't sure what she'll find when she comes to Forever, Texas, to do a story on a groundbreaking program that could put this small town on the map. It certainly isn't the warm, friendly community that makes the roving reporter feel instantly at home. Or the accident that lays her up at Garrett White Eagle's ranch, where the blue-eyed rancher awakens feelings she long ago gave up.
Giving people hope again is the goal of the healing ranch Garrett started with his brother. And the lovely, hardworking writer is no exception. Doesn't Kim realize how much good they can do—together? Her future is here with him. If she's willing to trust in a love that could fulfill the promise of forever.
I admire the brothers and the work they do with the troubled teens, the patience and kindness they show to everyone around them.
I liked the plot, I think the idea of the journalist coming to do the article was great, and an intriguing way to introduce the people involved and get more insights into the series, as well updates on the people before.
What I found hard to believe was the fact that Kim has never met a nice, kind, friendly, or giving person before. And the attitude she had, questioning every single effort to be nice to her, from everyone, got old really fast. No matter how jaded you are at the age of 28, what kind of family you come from, or what kind of city you live in, not having any kind of concept of true kindness, just honestly was annoying.
But despite the attitude Kim had, Garrett feels the attraction to her, they are drawn to each other, and with an effort and lots of work, Garrett goes after Kim's heart, hoping the town name and reputation will work once again, and give him a chance to have forever with Kim.
The story would have been really cute, and heartwarming, without Kim's constant negativity towards everything
~ Three Spoons
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