Genre: Contemporary Romance, Western Romance
Book Length (Est.): 224 Pages
Perfect is good.
Imperfect is even better…
City-slicker lawyer Jeannette Trenton is about as welcome at the Last Chance Ranch as a rattlesnake at a square dance. She’s there to atone for one major mistake. But Jeannette’s pretty sure righting her big wrong does not include thinking lustful thoughts about the ranch’s new cowhand….
Zach Powell knows Jeannette’s type—a wound-up-tight perfectionist with one eye on her email at all times. Heck, that used to be him. She needs to shake it loose, face her imperfections and allow herself to make mistakes. There’s definitely no mistake about the wickedly sexy vibe between them. This gal is gonna have to “cowboy up”…or miss the ride of her life!
*I received an ARC of this book free from NetGalley on behalf of Harlequin in exchange for an honest review*
Jeannette has been a big part of the last two books, Riding High and Riding Hard. She was Regan’s fiancé, at least she was until she was caught in bed with his best friend, Drake. Regan got his happily ever after in Riding High and even Drake found his in Riding Hard. Now it’s time for even Jeannette to find hers.
She may have done the most awful thing imaginable, but everyone makes mistakes. She’s definitely no exception. Jeannette may have wanted everyone to accept her at Last Chance, but after meeting Zach she no longer cares about anyone’s opinion except his.
Zach got caught up in a lifestyle that turned him into someone he didn’t like. Working at Last Chance is his way of escaping, of becoming someone he enjoys being, but if he knows it or not there will always be that little part of him that longs for the challenge being a lawyer gave him. It only takes a certain someone to give him the gentle push he needs to discover the path he truly wants in order to find what’s truly satisfying.
If you like cowboys and outdoor showers then you’ll love Riding Home. It’s filled with humor, seduction, romance, and little bit of heartache. The perfect combination for a good read.
My Favorite Laughable Moment: It was so funny when Zach tried to explain to Jack that Jeannette was staying with him.
“Easy, cowboy. Don’t strain your brain.”
My Favorite Moment: A dance. It’s when Zach lets it slip what his biggest concern is.
*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page. Currently Riding Home is only available in paperback. The kindle version will be available on August 1st, but is available for pre-order.