A Reunion for the Rancher by Brenda MintonGenre: Contemporary, Romance, Love Inspired,Clean
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Synopsis:The Cowboy's Second Chance
As president of the Lone Star Cowboy League, rancher Carson Thorn is committed to serving his community of Little Horn. But when high school sweetheart Ruby Donovan returns, his steadfast pledge is tested. Ruby left town twelve years ago stealing money from his father and breaking Carson's heart in her wake. Now she's asking for his trust just as her brother becomes Carson's prime suspect in the rash of recent ranch thefts. Carson is torn. His town is depending on him for justice, but one look in Ruby's eyes has him questioning everything he thought he knew about truth, about love and about the wisdom of second chances.
Review:Lately things have been going missing in Little Horn and Caron Thorn is one of the many people who are trying to deal with this situation. Thing get a little bit more complicated when his sister ditches her son on him and his old flame ends up coming back to town with her ex-con brother.
Ruby has done well for herself but now shes back to her old home town to help with the ranch and be there for her grandmother who is health is what it used to be. Seeing her old boyfriend has stirred up complicated feelings being that his sister mad things complicated and his father pretty much paid her off to leave Carson be. If all of this wasn't complicated enough things in town are going missing and being that her brother stolen something in the past people in town are pointing fingers their way.
So I was hoping for the mystery of who really was stealing to come to an end in this book but turns out there are multiple books that are connected to this so I'll be sure to look out for the next book comes out. It was one of the many things that I enjoyed for this book. I enjoyed the characters getting. I liked that Ruby and Carson was going to try to get that second chance for love after what happened that torn them apart. I loved that there was more then one Point of view which made things interesting. This book was pretty clean and was very religion based in some areas.
Overall I thought that this book was enjoyable and look forward to seeing more from this series. 4 of 5 Stars!