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Gone Country (Rough Riders) (Volume 14) Paperback – March 31, 2017
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Gavin is a McKay by blood. A fact he fights at just about every turn. He is a single father to a young girl that finds herself in constant trouble. The extravagant life style has caught up with them and to try to provide a more stable life for her, he moves from Pheonix to Wyoming, where his birth family is from.
Rielle is a homesteader. She lives off the land and runs a very profittable bee-keeping business. She has always lived below her means and just likes things simple.
When their lives collide due to co-living, they attraction between them burns bright. Can Gavin learn to love simple? Can Rielle learn to accept help?
When Gavin's daughter makes him keep a promise to her, will their lives all be shattered?
Since there are only two more Rough Rider books left, this book gives a nice segue into the final chapters for life with the McKay clan. And according to the author website, there is definitely rom for Boone and Sierra's story. ( I just want to order that book now. No title necessary.)
The Rough Riders series is one of the best I have read and I read at least 400 pages a day on a book. I Loved it!