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Brielle is a spoiled brat. In fact, at the beginning of the book, I was struggling to really like her. I didn't like her brattiness on the ranch, the fact that she seemed to give up, at times, quite easily and treated people rudely. I initially had a hard time relating to someone who can talk to people the way she did. Also, I have a hard time feeling sorry for people who have to go do what daddy told them to do because they will lose their million/billion dollar trust fund. Especially as I am reading this book at a time when I should be working myself, for pay that is 1/25,000 of that amount. But I digress. The feeling of "un-relatability" to Brielle passed quickly though. As the book progressed, and Brielle developed as a person, and "found herself" in Montana, she changed. And I enjoyed watching it.
Colt was the consummate cowboy. Tall, dark, handsome, (rich doesn't hurt), but not entirely honest with Brielle about who he is or what he has. I loved this. I loved that I knew what the final conflict would be the entire book, while watching two completely opposite people fall in love with each other (I love it when the hero will have groveling to do in the end, and in this book, you see it coming from page 2).
There was one point that I found a little hard to believe. That being: why doesn't Brielle find out that Colt doesn't work for her when she sees that she isn't issuing a paycheck to him? As the owner of a ranch, wouldn't she at least see some payroll checks going out (or to whom they aren't going out)? As a non-rancher, perhaps that is handled elsewhere or by someone else, but I found Brielle being in the dark about some things - and staying there for most of the book - a little unrealistic.
Overall, however, a GREAT, quick read. I gave it four stars because I feel the ending was a little rushed; or maybe I am just mad because the book ended before I was ready to see it end. Great book.
The story was really good. I could feel the frustrations that Brielle was going through. She wanted to learn, but no one wanted to teach her. Her ranch hands didn't think a city girl stood a chance. I loved the humorous parts in this book that had me laughing. The romance between colt and Brielle was steamy, and sweet. The book described small town living as it really is. I've lived in small towns, and everyone knows everyone. The gossip is always better than the news of a morning newspaper.
I love this whole series. This book is a stand alone, but each book is worth reading.
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This really wasn't worth it but for an entertaining love story.
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