Meet the Kellys of Whiskey River, Texas, men who have always gone through life, and women, with their father’s legendary charm.
Trey Kelly has it all. Eldest son of Boots Kelly, Trey runs the Kelly ranch, and Trey’s heart is with his “babies”, Kelly’s Champs, the World Champion cutting horses he breeds and sells. Women love Trey and he loves women, but he’s never met the one he wanted for keeps. Until…
Reclusive Ariana Wright‘s lavender farm sits next door to the Kelly spread. Ariana is a smart, ambitious chemist and after the car accident that left her scarred, the success of her new line of lavender-based beauty products is all Ariana is interested in.
Convincing Ariana to take a chance on love is a task that takes all of Trey’s cowboy determination. But can Ariana let go of the wounds of the past and give herself more than one night with the cowboy?
What a handsome bunch of good looking brothers! And I really liked how well they get along, even though it was a surprise to all of them, the half the brothers even existed. They accepted the will and its stipulations without too much angst and drama, and make the best of the situation at hand, and that's attractive!
Also, Trey's attitude with Ariana is delightful. They compete for the same piece of land, but they are friendly, kind, and accepting of each other, listen to each other, and actually hear and see what the other one is saying, trying to, again, make the best of the situation, and finding solutions when things don't go as planned.
I understood Ariana's hesitation to be around people, especially after her ex-fiance's attitude and reaction to her scars. But, like it was pointed out to her, the scars don't define her. She was making decisions only based on them, and I was so happy to see, she saw the light and got over it as soon as she did.
This series is proving to be a fun and entertaining, perfect summer reading on a beach chair, so one click now to get it, and head out in the sun to enjoy the hot cowboy brothers finding their happy ever after
~ Four Spoons
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