The second book in the Lost Anderson series is here, and it comes to you with a kicking and screaming heiress.
Brielle Storm inherits a dilapidated ranch in the wilds of Montana and she isn’t happy about her situation in the least. She may be moving to her new home, and she may be planning on doing whatever it takes to make her billionaire father happy, but she certainly won’t be doing it with a smile on her face.
No. Brielle plans on coming to Montana, hiring some ranch hand to do all the work, and then getting out of there before the first winter snow has a chance to hit.
Montana isn’t a state that offers predictable weather and Brielle is going to find out that the land isn’t the only thing she has to fear.
When her hotter than any city boy ever dreams of being, cowboy neighbor shows up on her doorstep, Brielle decides that maybe Montana isn’t so bad after-all.
That is until he laughs openly at her city girl ways. Then, she has something to prove…
Fast paced summer read. Brielle and Colt have a sizzling romance. I really enjoyed the story and the characters were interesting. At times I had difficultly suspending my disbelief. Everything just felt rushed throughout the book. I never felt that point where the attraction clicked to the point where they were both making bad business decisions to be together.
The book was fairly similar to the previous books I've read by Melody Anne. I enjoyed the Baby for the Billionaire and the Surrender series more, but this was still an enjoyable read.
OVERALL RATING - 4 STARS!
MATURITY RATING - 18+ a little steamy
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
As an aspiring author, she wrote for years, then published in 2011. Holding a Bachelor’s Degree in business, she loves to write about strong, powerful, businessmen and the corporate world.
When Melody isn’t writing, she cultivates strong bonds with her family and relatives and enjoys time spent with them as well as her friends, and beloved pets. A country girl at heart, she loves the small town and strong community she lives in and is involved in many community projects.
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