Her Oklahoma Rancher (Mercy Ranch) Mass Market Paperback – May 21, 2019
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I enjoyed this book. I thought it was interesting seeing how Eve had to fight to her independence, there was so many around her that cared but really just saw the chair. She worked hard and dropped many out of her life to really make something of herself despite the chair shes still a capable women. She was really tested with how to work things out having a child to care for but as much as she worried she plowed right on through and made sure she can show herself and others that she can do it. As for the romance, I enjoyed it. I kept feeling bad for Ethan I mean the dude has so many well intentions and still kept managing to fall short, making decisions for Eve rather then including her. It was sweet seeing him try though. It was interesting how they handled working together having the baby and alternating and just how everything worked out in the end. Overall this was a cute book I enjoyed it.
Well worth a read. The romance probably won't interest younger readers but is family friendly.
I like that the veteran in this case is a lady, who now needs a wheelchair and has started a new life. She feels she has been robbed of the chance to have a family, and she broke off her engagement with no explanation. Her ex-fiance now comes to meet her again, because the two of them have been named as guardians by a couple they knew - who have died in a car accident. So the lady and her ex are landed with a six month old child.
The book contains quite a few surprises but I am always pleased with Brenda Minton's writing; she makes characters seem very human, real and kind. And I love the horses.
I downloaded an e-ARC from Fresh Fiction and Net Galley. This is an unbiased review.
I liked Ethan well enough, he was a genuinely sweet guy and tried so hard for everybody - even when he did go a touch overboard. My only qualm with him is that he would so easily abandon a baby for a few days with a woman who knew nothing of caring for infants - without even telling her. He just walked out the door.
As for Eve, I can't say I ever really liked her. I understand that her character was dealing with a number of serious physical and emotional wounds, and I tried to like her, I really did. But I just never really felt much for her character beyond a bit of annoyance. She reacted badly or overreacted to everything, even though she was quick to apologize later. There was really nothing there that endeared her to me. She was a lackluster character and I never really felt much in the romance between her and Ethan.
Overall, it was a relatively enjoyable escape read, but not one i'll be re-reading.