Reviewed by: Reading In Pajamas/ Cori
Rated: 4 Stars
I really enjoyed this cowboy romance! Sugarwater Ranch was a really sweet romance about a cowboy on a downward spiral, and a woman who rescueshim. Catherine comes across a freezing intoxicated man in front of heruncle's bar, and after recognizing him as her childhood hero and crush,she takes him home with her so he doesn't freeze in his truck. Sean isused to easy women and Catherine presents a challenge. She makes Sean wantto be a better man. This story is a slow building romance that is really sweet and refreshing. I really enjoyed the main characters and thesecondary characters in this book. I also enjoyed the ranching and rodeo details the author included. I recommend this book to any readerlooking for a sweet, and heartwarming romance to curl up with thisweekend.
Jun 25, 2013 Marsha West rated it 4 of 5 stars
In SUGARWATER RANCH,Stephanie Berget has given us a contemporary western with a tragicallyflawed hero. Sean makes all the mistakes he possibly can. And yet thereader roots for him to make better choices. It's not until he meets our heroine Catherine that we see a glimmer of hope that he might be ableto dig himself out of the miserable place he finds himself at thebeginning of the book. Catherine, too, has her demons.
The storyis set in the world of the rodeo, ranching, and cows and Ms. Berget does a super job of showing us that world. SUGARWATER RANCH is a wonderfully written, entertaining story with characters you can root for. Checkthis one out for sure.
About the Author
Stephanie Berget was born loving horses and found her way torodeo when she married her own, hot cowboy. She and her husband traveledthroughout the Northwest while she ran barrels and her cowboy rode buckinghorses. She started writing to put a realistic view of rodeo and ranching intowestern romance. Stephanie and her husband live on a farm, located along theOregon/Idaho border. They raise hay, horses and cattle, with the help of DizzyDottie, the Border Collie, Snake the head horse master and Buckwheat, team roping horse in training.