Sunday, April 3, 2016

Review: Falling for the Rancher

Falling for the Rancher by Tanya Michaels

Genre: American Romance, Contemporary, Harlequin
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Purchase Link: Amazon
Publishing Date: April 5, 2016 by Harlequin
Pages: 240


A Chance to Heal

Jarrett Ross's freewheeling lifestyle nearly cost his family everything. So he's sworn off the rodeo and women, and not a moment too soon. When he hires stunning redhead Sierra Bailey to be his sister's physical therapist, he knows she's off-limits…and yet somehow twice as hard to ignore.

City gal Sierra dreads small-town life and insists her new job in Cupid's Bow, Texas, is only temporary, although being around a sexy cowboy is an unexpected perk. There are so many reasons Sierra should keep her distance from Jarrett. But as they work together to help his sister heal, it's obvious they're a great team. Will Sierra and Jarrett follow their hearts and make this temporary arrangement permanent?


Sierra is on her next job as a physical therapist which is a welcomed chang after the accusations of her last client. Shes a city girl so life in a small town has its obvious differences. Shes now working for Jarrett Ross's younger sister who was injured by a drunk driver. Ever since the accident Jarrett and his younger sister can't help but feel its his fault and he's pretty much sworn off his old lifestyle and girls. Soon as Sierra steps in as competent at her job she he just can't keep his eyes off of her.

I enjoyed this book it was sweet, simple and predictable. It was a light and fun read. I enjoyed seeing the interaction between Jarrett and Sierra. I loved how well meaning she was with every choice that she made. I loved how the small town lifestyle was getting to her and how she was able to help her client do more with herself then stay depressed. Overall a pretty good story I really enjoyed it.

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