A Heart Divided
Quincy Rebel lives by a strict code of honor. Family first.
Which means Jenny Rose Walker, his younger brother's ex-girlfriend, will never know how deeply and devotedly he loves her.
The woman of his dreams is off-limits…until his brother gets engaged to someone else.
Jenny is ready to sever all ties with the ranching clan who has been like a second family to her.
Even if it means giving up working with her best friend, Quincy, who she helps train paint horses. Quincy…the tall, masculine Rebel who's always been there for her.
Is she developing feelings for him? Or are they headed for a rebound romance that will leave them both brokenhearted?
The story has a very charming old west feeling and tone in it. The good, 'old-fashioned' family values are respected and honoured, the Rebels take care of each other, and always are there for each other, no matter what.
Jenny Rose has been devoting her heart for years to Paxton, even though, by all signs, the relationship ended years ago. Now life is giving her a chance to build something real, something solid, something based on true love, with Quincy, if the old feelings and relationship patterns just will let go, and let her move on.
Quincy can't believe, that finally he has a chance with Jenny Rose, the girl he has loved for so long. But life happens, things doesn't go as hoped, and family comes always first.
While the three tries to solve the matters of their hearts, the life at the ranch goes on, animals need taken care of, fencing, and accidents, people get sick, pregnant, life goes on. A lot of that life is pictured in the pages, as the small community continues to work on their ranch. The story has a genial, pleasant, and jovial tone, even though life isn't always gentle, and life and death situations are faced.
But the tale left a mile on my face, and overall a feel-good vibes, lovely to see a family pull together to make things right
~ Four Spoons
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