Sometimes Mr. Wrong is Mr. Right.
Speech therapist, Trinity Redfern, knows her perfect match is out there somewhere. When she finds him he’ll be articulate, well-dressed and most of all he will let her call the shots.
Reclusive rancher, Zane Nash, has heeded life’s lessons. Never trust anyone, especially a woman. But when he becomes an instant father to five-year-old Finn, he must trust the sassy speech therapist who takes over his ranch for the summer. Trinity is Finn’s last hope to learn to speak again.
But when the summer ends has time run out not only for Finn but also for Zane? Can the reserved cowboy find the words to make strong-willed Trinity stay … forever.
I have to say, little Finn does his best to steal the show in this story. He is adorable, and the way both Zane and Trinity care for him is admirable.
Zane and Trinity have instant, sizzling connection, attraction, and pull between them. They fight it for a long time, both for their own reasons. Zane is weary to trust anyone after the cards life has dealt to him, his disappointments both with Finn's mom and his own parents has taught him not to trust anyone. Trinity can't believe that the determined, stubborn cowboy could be her Mr right. It just doesn't fit for what she had had in her mind.
The summer in Montana is at its best, lots of events from the farm are pulled into the story, fitted in well with the development of the relationship. Another big part of the story is Finn, his adjustment to school come fall, and the care and love Zane and Trinity has for him. Also, some of the drama and trouble from both of their childhood are handled in a very positive, good manner.
The end drama brought tears in my eyes, mainly because of Finn. Overall the story was really nice, though rather light and fast read, I found it enjoyable
~ Three spoons with a teaspoon on the side
MY GRADING SCALE:
5 Spoons - Amazing, memorable story that I loved and want to read again. The best of the best and not given lightly
4 Spoons - Fantastic, entertaining story that I enjoyed and connected with and will gladly recommend to readers
3 Spoons - A good story, not much that stood out but I was engaged enough to spend the time to read it through
2 Spoons - A story with some issues, that were a problem to me
1 Spoon - Not for me