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Andra Walker is a girl with a past, one she has been hiding from for seven years. After leaving home in the dead of night, she winds up at a working ranch in another state. While she loves her life and work at the ranch, Andra is still constantly aware of her surroundings and isn't quick to let anybody in. She considers the ranch employees and owners as her family and doesn't really need anybody else.
Julian is an author that needed a place to stay while his house was being remodeled. The ranch has various cabins for rent and looked like a quiet peaceful place to write, so he rented one for a month. Not expecting to meet anybody there, he was surprised to see the beautiful Andra and even more surprised at the challenge she seemed to present.
Julian is an author and says the sweetest things to Andra. While she is trying her best to keep those walls up, he breaks them down with just his words. You really want to like this guy, but have to wonder what his deal is. He can't be so sweet. Can he? Andra is good at being aloof, not letting him find out too much about her past, however has a hard time lying to this man. Not too sure what it is about him, other than he makes her feel safe.
While you can almost see what direction this story is going to go, it does take a while to get there. I should have sat back and enjoyed the relationship of Julian and Andra instead of trying to get to the end. I realize that now and as I think back about the book, so many details were necessary to let the story finally play out as it should.
The book is well written and the supporting characters add much more to the story of Andra Walker. We are just scratching the surface with this book and I can't wait to see what happens with this beautiful couple next.
Anyways the story starts with seventeen year old Cora running away from home to start a new life under a new name with the help of Six. For four years she suffered abuse from her uncle. She planned and plotted her escape for freedom.
Once named Cora Mitchell in her former life. Six renamed her Andra Walker.
The story is told from Andra's POV. Cora was thirteen when her mother died and her uncle had custody of her. During that time he began sexually abusing her. Cora wanted freedom away from the abusive life.
Andra is working at a ranch in Colorado. Andra meets an author named Julian. He plans on staying for a month. It's an insta-connection between the two. Andra flirts unashamedly with Julian from the moment he step out of the car. They begin dating.
"I couldn’t tell the truths I wanted to, and this was a reminder to keep what I was doing with Julian a casual thing." Quote from Andra. Andra is hiding from her past yet trying to proceed in a relationship with Julian.
Neither character is very interesting. Julian is a writer and Andra is a helper on the ranch. Andra prefers one-night stands. She doesn't like to date. She doesn't like relationships. She has to continue lying about her parents and where she is from.
The romance is awkward and juvenile. I cannot find any form of connection to either character. Something is missing. I think it's the emotional connection. They talk about a physical connection with the flirty banter but mostly it's juvenile flirting.