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- File size : 2739 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 439 pages
- Publisher : K. Elliott Enterprises, INC (October 6, 2020)
- Publication date : October 6, 2020
- ASIN : B087NT4FMD
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08GGXJQM9
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,408 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Standalone though part of a larger series
Told from both POVs
Ends at 95%
I have read every book by this author and I love them because while they have some drama, they aren’t so angst ridden that it overtakes they love story that is unfolding.
This book follows that same pattern, while there are definitely hurdles this couple has to get through, their love for each other guides their way.
Timberlynn and Tanner met at a wedding. She was visiting Montana from Atlanta but they moment their eyes met, the chemistry was off the charts. Months after she returned to Atlanta, Timberlynn is ready to focus on her future and make her dreams a reality. She is deciding between Utah and Montana to move, and when she visits Montana again and sees Tanner she knows her decision is made.
I don’t want to give too much away but I will say, if you love a beautiful love story this book is definitely worth the read. It also makes me want to visit Montana. 😀
Can’t wait for the next book, which I am thinking is Dirk’s story and she has really set it up to be a doozy!
Timberlynn was looking for something that she just felt was missing, she just didn't know what till she went to Hamilton, Montana to visit her cousin. Feeling lost since losing her mom, and her dad keeping himself at a distance she decides to finally do something to make herself happy.
Tanner is a champion roper but is feeling like his life is missing something. After meeting Timberlynn at his brother's wedding he can't seem to stop thinking about her. They had immediate connection and chemistry. When he comes home and she is back in Montana he decides to pursue his feelings, knowing that she feels the same. He knows that she has trust issues.
Such a beautiful story of healing and love growing to a beautiful relationship. Tanner is the swooniest of the Shaw brothers and he truly saw Timberlynn for who she was and what she needed, especially in what she needed to heal from her past. I loved that we saw a change in Timberlynn and her father.
Blaze is the best!!
Tanner has been Roping for as long as he can remember. He never wanted to stop, that was until Timberlynn came walking into his life and Tanner started realizing what he has been missing for the last year! Tanner and Timberlynn's love will have you swooning! Your heart will melt at times!! This story has all the emotions!! I cant wait for the next book in this series!! Kelly Elliott has definitely out did herself with Good Enough!!!! You don't want to miss this book!!!
A beautiful love story tanner and timberlynn wow the love these two share I have cried for timberlynn with all that she has been through and then I was crying again for tanner and timberlynn and I have laughed with these two I could feel the love these to shared jumping off the pages and then there is blayze he is a mess he had me laughing with he self assured little self I just love him
I have to say out of the 3 of theses this is my favorite so far
Top reviews from other countries
Good Enough is a story of fresh starts, overcoming trust issues believing in yourself and at the end of your day listening to those around you that tell you you are 'Good Enough'!
Tanner is the youngest of the Shaw brothers and like his brothers had done before finding their loves spent their time on the rodeo circuit but Tanner has started to feel their is something missing - there is a feeling inside him that he can't quite shift. You know what I mean - when you keep rubbing that one spot over your heart and you don't know why! It could be something to do with the beautiful Timberlynn whom he meet at his brother's wedding who also happens to be his sister-in-law Kaylee's cousin; or the fact he misses his family and working on the ranch.
Timberlynn has dealt with heartbreak at an early age. After losing her mom in a car accident at 6 from that moment on her dad remained aloof - giving her money wasn't a problem giving her himself was! Timberlynn went into nursing because it was her mom's wish but her passion lies with horses. Every since she went to her cousin's wedding in Montana the need to follow her heart has increased. A blue eyed cowboy who hasn't been far from her thoughts may also have something to do with!
When Timberlynn gets the chance to follow her dream she pack's up and heads to spend sometime over Xmas with her cousin and her new family. It will give Timberlynn chance to decided where she wants to settle Montana or Utah.
I was confused. Lord, I was so confused. I wasn't sure I could open my heart, even though I desperately wanted to.
Tanner wasn't expecting Timberlynn to be at his family ranch and now seeing her again he knows that his memories didn't do Timberlynn justice. Timberlynn has trust issues, a broken romance a few years before and her father never being there has left this intense feeling of not being good enough within her. And although she admits she is drawn to Tanner her doubts are overruling her heart! But Tanner isn't about to give up on the one person he know's is made for him!
I loved how Kelly Elliott brought the ranch and Montana to life - I truly believed that I could hold my hand out and touch the snowy mountain tops, skim my hand through the cold lake water - that is how clear the writing was.
And as with most Kelly Elliott books we have the aged old argument between a Ford and a Dodge, it has become part of Kelly Elliott for me and you will know what I mean if you have read the Wanted.
Meet me, and the characters of the third standalone instalment in the series with Good Enough, in Montana. Saddle on up for the story lasting longer than Tanner’s roping record, as we explore the budding romance between Tanner Shaw, and Timberlynn Holden.
If you like the slow-burn, small-town, friends-to-lovers, southern, cowboy/ranch hometown tropes to name a few, then Tanner & Timberlynn’s story is the one for you. A must-read for all romantics at heart who love all things Shaw brothers.
The time has come to get to know yet another Shaw brother, one whom we’ve been itching to read more about since his introduction in Brock’s story, Never Enough. Tanner Shaw, the roping brother of the trio, steps up to the plate of fate and stands eye-to-eye with the prospect of loving something other than his roping career. Timerlynn.
By now if you, like myself, have already read the other two standalones in the Meet me in Montana series, you be familiar with all three Shaw brothers. Namely, Brock and Ty with a bit of Tanner thrown in here and there. Good Enough sees us get an extra helping of the one who shall not be roped into love, and his journey to a place where he thought not possible for his heart to go. And it’s all thanks to Timberlynn, a Holden he will be holding onto longer than a roped steer.
Initially what drew me in to reading Good Enough—other than absolutely being besotted with the loveliest human on the planet, Kelly, and her books—was the allure of the nature of Tanner Shaw. We were teased with his introduction previously, and of course I like many others, wanted to know more about him and how he ticks. The mystery deepened as when Timberlynn was introduced into the story in Always Enough, Tanner became even more mysterious and I wanted to get my sleuth shoes on and investigate him even further. Seeing him change from what we had been teased with, to what we saw he COULD become, made me itch to read about him even more.
Refreshingly, the Good Enough’s main focus is taken away from the career of the Shaw brother, and encompasses the journey of two souls trying to find equal harmony in the Montana town that we have all come to know and love equal to, or even more than, previous towns in Texas introduced in other Kelly Elliott writes. The blend of interior and exterior factors around Tanner and Timberlynn has been written and executed flawlessly, without the overbearing nature of any main or sub-topic. Not an easy feat but as always, Kelly aces it with expert style. Making the wait for reading more in-depth about Tanner well worth the wait and twice as enjoyable.
Additionally and just as enjoyable, was how the personalities of the characters shone through more than I ever expected them to. When reading a book you can aways tell how a character is feeling via how the author conveys their emotions, but it is rare that you connect on such a level where you physically feel how the author has written those emotions. I felt this deeply here with Timberlynn in particular, connecting with her as if I was in her shoes and journeying along with her in her shoes. This is something I always admire about Kelly’s writing.
Each page turned (or even swiped!) made the admiration blossom even more until it was a lovely bouquet of sweet southern romance, mystery, and a will-they-won’t-they that will leave you rooting for your latest favourite fictional couple. As always, I could not put the book down until every last page was read. Unputdownable doesn’t even come close to describing the urge to read from cover to cover. It didn’t even enter my mind to put it down. Tanner and Timberlynn had me tantalised at every turn. You yourselves will discover the same when you pick up the rope, ready your steed and rope this romance read right onto your bookshelf.
It’s fair to say that as much as I—and thousands of others—love the good old-fashioned allure of many a small Texas town in other Kelly Elliott novels, Montana is quickly becoming the new Texas with its draw of equally attractive and captivating characters, charming towns, and everything in-between. Good Enough, like it’s book brothers before it, stands parallel in becoming a must-read of 2020 for both Kelly Elliott and new readers alike, to the genre and to southern romance in which you’ll be craving more of by the book’s end.
Good Enough won a new record in becoming one of my top ten of 2020, will it be yours?
Tempt yourself with Tanner and Timberlynn, and book a one way ride right to Montana!
But I have to say, I struggled with Timberlynn at times. Although I understood why she was the way she was having suffered childhood trauma, and seemingly being rejected by those closest to her. Yet, there was still something about her that didn't always sit right with me, particularly through the first half of the story, and I felt like there were moments when Tanner got a really raw deal.
Yet, that didn't take away my utter enjoyment of this book or the fact that this was a gorgeous story, full of love, hope and family. And that Ms Elliott really knows how to write emotional tales, that are full of depth and sublime dialogue.
Can be read as a stand alone. Don’t need to have read the previous two. But definitely worth a read especially if you love Kelly Elliott books.