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- Publisher: Crista McHugh (June 25, 2018)
- Publication Date: June 25, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07CZ1L48X
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Javier is the exact opposite of Kensi. He has had to endure a lot in his life and is now working so hard to get his family back. He doesn’t take things for granted and earns all that he has. He is kind and honest. When he first meets Kensi he doesn’t really like her. One moment where he sees Kensi’s insecurities has him decide to find a way to get through to her. He does and we do see her slowly become less selfish and let go. She begins to appreciate the quiet and the fact that people care something she isn’t used to.
Her and Javier have chemistry and they understand one another at one level. They understand loneliness and working for a goal. They understand losing yourself in something to forget the present and all around you. He helps Kensi change. She lightens up and lets them in. She sees that others have it worse and they are not acting out but working hard and trying to achieve things as well. She learns to appreciate hard work and her aunt and uncle. Sees her cousin as a sister and helps her with boys.
Things don’t always go smoothly and she does make a mistake but rectifies it in the end. She helps Javier and he sees that it isn’t pity but because she genuinely cares. When Sierra is in trouble she worries and even stands up to her parents. They see a different side to her. She is no longer spoiled but wanting to earn things and help others. The romance of her and Javier is organic and happens naturally. We don’t get an instant love/hate but a gradual understanding to attraction and love.
The story is organic and flows naturally. We see Kensi grow and come into her own. The story entertains while showing us that people change and mature.A nice overall book
Kensington “Kensi” Pope is a spoiled, NYC society rich girl. Her jet-setting parents provide her with all the money and things she wants until a party gets out of hand. She is exiled to her aunt and uncle’s Rodeo Academy in Wyoming. The one activity Kensi does truly love is being a champion dressage rider, but can she be ready for her next international competition on a ranch set up for training rodeo competitors?
Javier Cruz is working hard on the ranch to prove himself, but it is an up-hill battle. When he turns eighteen, he wants to gain guardianship over his younger brothers who are in foster care after a horrific crime occurred with his parents. He takes one look at the spoiled rich girl and knows she is trouble, but as he gets to know her, he realizes there is more to Kensi than meets the eye.
Kensi and Javier begin to open up to each other, but trust is not easy. Kensi has a plan to return to NY after her competition and not the ranch, but she is finding she actually feels loved and a part of a family on the ranch. When tragedy strikes her cousin, will Kensi just go back to her old life, or will she make a place for herself with her Wyoming family?
This is an entertaining romance for any young adult who loves a sweet, clean, love story, horses and ranch life. It is also good for those who like a clean read. This book, though not an actual cliffhanger, does leave some questions unanswered for readers to follow the series both in Kensi and Javier’s relationship and all the other family members. I also enjoyed the ranch setting and that it may bring in other styles of horse competitions in the future. This is a well written start to a new series.
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