Reviewed by Nancy Crocker
Alana McClintock and Trent Anderson butt heads right off the bat, which had me chuckling almost from the beginning. I think the way Pamela wrote these two characters was brilliant. It showed them at odds but in a most believable way.
Alana McClintock is a physical therapist who works at the New Horizons Ranch. A ranch dedicated to helping those who have had serious injuries to overcome or at the very least help deal with their injuries. Alana knows all about lost and suffering. She lost her “soon to be finance” Braden Jensen in a crash that also took the life of Kimberly Jensen “Braden’s sister in law” and the mother of Rana Jensen. Now she works with Cabe Jensen on his ranch and helps to raise Rana.
Trent Anderson was the all around champion cowboy on the rodeo circuit until a car took the life of his best friend Dustin and Trent ended up in a wheelchair. He has arrived at the ranch with an attitude. And Alana is just the one to give him an adjustment. But Alana also believes his injury is now more psychological than physical.
Along with writing great characters, Pamela does a great job of describing the ranch and scenery so the reader is able to envision the ranch. She also does a great job on the secondary characters.’ The passion was believable and well written. I look forward to reading more books by this author.
One of my favorite exchanges:
"First cabin on the left." She stepped to the side.
"Don't let the front door hit you in the ass."
I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.