Monday 15 September 2014

Second Chance Ranch (Hope Springs #1) by Cindi Madsen -#bookreview
Second Chance Ranch (Hope Springs)

Sometimes love is right where you left it.

Sadie Hart has a plan: return to her small town of Hope Springs so she can regain her confidence—and bank account—before giving one more shot to her country music dream. The dream that means more to her than anything. The dream she chose over her high school sweetheart, the brooding and sinfully handsome Royce Dixon.

Royce has moved on from his memories of the beautiful Sadie. Now he’s focused solely on running Second Chance Ranch, where he rehabilitates troubled teens through ranch work. But when he needs a new employee and Sadie’s the only one to volunteer, he has no choice but to offer his old flame a job.

Whether riding a horse with the wind in her hair or mucking out the stalls, Sadie can still get Royce’s heart beating like no one else. But Nashville is her dream, and Royce can’t settle for second best.

Source: eARC for Honest Review Courtesy of Entangled Bliss via NetGalley
Genre: Adult Contemporary 
Part 1 in a series

My Second Chance Ranch Review ...

I was flipping through my TBR list and thought ' what they hay' for this one and gave it a go.  So glad I did because it was exactly what I needed at that moment, which was a super sweet romance with a gorgeous cowboy. 

Young love is a tricky thing and often it is something that goes into our 'what if ' folder in life when we let things go because we are too young to appreciate or understand the importance of it.  For Royce and Sadie they had it all but Sadie wanted more so she walked away at 18 years old aiming for the stars.  

Six years later with her tail between her legs she comes and is forced to face her past and her biggest regret.  For Royce once burnt, he is reluctant to open up to the idea of Sadie especially since she plans on leaving again soon anyways, but the pull between them is too much to deny. 

After giving in both are scared and don't communicate but they both work at second chance ranch so why not live what they preach.  As always this was a great book from Cindi Madsen.  It was easy and sweet and left me happy after reading it.

4 Super Sweet Cowboy Loving Thumbs up!
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