Shiloh Bennett has been given an ultimatum. When her parents threaten to stop supporting her, she has no choice but to spend two months at Willow Hope Ranch, supposedly working out her trauma. What she doesn’t expect is to fall for the quiet, gorgeous cowboy who sends her spiraling. She needs healing, not another broken heart.
Knox Evans hasn’t been the same since he sent his brother to prison for brutally attacking their mother. When he’s released after an unexpected retrial, Knox’s world is upended again. As he tries to maintain normalcy around his family’s equestrian rehabilitation center, he’s slowly losing himself. But when a spunky, tattooed woman challenges him to fight his demons, he loses his heart instead.
As Shiloh and Knox become closer, Willow Hope Ranch isn’t as safe as it seems. When strange acts of vandalism endanger those he loves, Knox has to fight to keep his family, the ranch, and the woman he loves safe before he loses everything.
I was lucky enough to receive this book from BookSirens. I hope the prospective reader will read this review fully before making any prejudgments on the book. I will give the book my thoughts. These thoughts are completely my own and not swayed in any way by anyone else’s reviews or opinions.
Oh, I really loved this book. I was patiently, okay not so patiently, to read this book. I read the first two books and I love this one. I really enjoyed Shiloh because she is different than the female leads in the other two books. This was something that I was looking forward to. I wanted something that was different. She wasn’t naïve and she didn’t just sit their quietly. She was so much more. I loved Knox as well. He really was interesting. I liked that there was defiance in his character and he admits right and wrong. I liked that not everything was perfect.
I liked that all the books have some sense of family dynamics. This is such a complicated thing to write about because of how wrong it can go. While others fail, Easton succeeds. There is so much depth to all of the writing is intense and amazing. I am excited for more, but Knox and Shiloh left such a good taste in my mouth. I want more and I know there are many stories I can see next.
My Rating: I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars. I am so excited for more. There is something amazing about a wonderful story that leads to another installment. I loved the in depth look into the family and the negative and positives. There is a connection to those that are involved. This book was everything I wanted and more.