I received an audio copy of this book from Tasty Book Tours in exchange for an honest review and as part of the book’s audio tour promotions.

I love cowboys. They’re an epitome of a man’s man. There’s nothing more manly than a man who can oversee an entire ranch, take care of the animals, do the dirty work, and hang for a beer or two at the end of the day. Simple life as it may seem, but it does require a lot of hard work.

Norah is a cowgirl. Chase was a city boy who did not initially plan on staying at the ranch he inherited from his great-uncle. However, they both fell for each other. And therein lie the conflicts. Chase has a whole life in the city, his career and his family was there. Norah also does not belong in Chase’s world. She was a cowgirl through and through.

I liked this book. The story was good. There was some things that I wish were given closure. For example, Norah’s father. When that angle was introduced, I wanted that to be resolved too. Another thing was the strained relationship between Chase and his father. I wanted closure on that as well. Other than the two issues, I had it was still enjoyable and the author did a good job of painting a country vibe for her readers to enjoy.

Audio-wise, the narrator did an okay job. She had a distinct voice for each character and her words were very clear. She is not my favorite narrator, though. Sometimes, she sounds like she had a cold, but that’s okay. Her performance did not affect my enjoyment of the book, anyway.

This series is a good one to follow, whether or not you like cowboys.




Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – Zane

Book 2 – Norah








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