Sweet Home Montana by Lynne Marshall
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I can really picture this book becoming a movie on the Hallmark channel. There is the pretty, compassionate girl who offers troubled people help and hope through an equestrian therapy program, a handsome man who reluctantly agrees to spend a few months with a younger half-brother he barely knows and a troubled teenager who initially balks at receiving attention from his half-brother. Include a teenage crush on this pretty but older therapist with the older brother's interest in the same woman and you know that trouble is guaranteed. Add the two adults who both have been hurt by past relationships, stir in their undeniable attraction for each other and you have the perfect recipe for a wonderful romance until.... the older brother puts his feelings on hold so that his relationship with his brother isn't jeopardized. Suddenly, nothing is easy and the road to romance and happiness becomes filled with many bumps along the way and perhaps a dead end!
I truly enjoyed watching Erin and Wade progress from friendship to something more. Wade's initial reluctance to be with his half-brother was the result of his own parent's divorce and it was heartwarming to watch the relationship between Wade and Brent evolve. Author Lynne Marshall has an amazing talent of creating characters who are likeable and believable, she puts them in situations that are intriguing but realistic and places them in settings that make you want to visit. Sweet Home Montana is a romantic, feel-good story and it may make you wish that Charity, Montana was your own home sweet home!
I received a complimentary digital copy but a positive review wasn't required. These are my honest opinions.
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