#Review Her Big Sky Cowboy (The Wildflower Ranch #3) by Alissa Callen #4Stars #WildflowerRanch #Series #Cowboy

Posted March 29, 2017 by Anya in 4 Stars, Anja, Contemporary Romance, Cowboy, Our Reviews, Series / 0 Comments

#Review Her Big Sky Cowboy (The Wildflower Ranch #3) by Alissa Callen #4Stars #WildflowerRanch #Series #CowboyHer Big Sky Cowboy by Alissa Callen
Series: The Wildflower Ranch #3
Published by Tule Publishing on January 13th, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


Sometimes Mr. Wrong is Mr. Right.

Speech therapist, Trinity Redfern, knows her perfect match is out there somewhere. When she finds him he’ll be articulate, well-dressed and most of all he will let her call the shots.

Reclusive rancher, Zane Nash, has heeded life’s lessons. Never trust anyone, especially a woman. But when he becomes an instant father to five-year-old Finn, he must trust the sassy speech therapist who takes over his ranch for the summer. Trinity is Finn’s last hope to learn to speak again.

But when the summer ends has time run out not only for Finn but also for Zane? Can the reserved cowboy find the words to make strong-willed Trinity stay … forever.

❄ ҉‿➹⁀❆4 Sweet Starts❄ ҉‿➹⁀❆

 

Every now and then I like to go through my kindle and read a book I’ve had on it for years. A book I bought or requested only to become distracted and forget all about it. Her Big Sky Cowboy was such a book for me. And I could kick myself for not reading it sooner.

Trinity Redfern escaped her overbearing and controlling family to a small town in Montana, enjoying the mountains surrounding her, and her newly gained freedom. She loves her lives in the beautiful big sky country, surrounded by friends, wildflowers, and a job she loves. The one thing missing is Mr. Right. Yet, like any woman she has rather specific requirement for her Mr. Right. It takes recluse and taciturn cowboy Zane Nash to show her that sometimes loosening the reins on your need for control can be just what you need.
But Zane has his own issues. Having lived a life full of deceit, betrayal, and abuse, he doesn’t trust anyone or anything. Pretty much every person he’s ever loved either lied to him or left him. It’s no surprise he’s the silent type not opening up to anyone. That is until Trinity comes to stay with him and his son, Finn, to help Finn overcome his shyness and speak more. But can two stubborn people find a way to give love a chance? Can Zane overcome his past and trust Trinity? Or are they doomed to be driven apart by their need for control?

Honestly, I did not expect to like Her Big Sky Cowboy as much as I have. The writing was great and the characters pulled you into the story and kept you engaged—making me read this in one sitting past midnight. It’s a short, sweet romance with lots of feels. I couldn’t help but fall in love with stoic but loveable Zane, strong and compassionate Trinity, and adorable Finn.

Unfortunately, some events were rather predicable and certain parts dragged a bit, while in other situations I wanted more. Nevertheless, I enjoyed this read and might revisit “The Wildflower Ranch Series” in the near future. It’s definitely a good book if you have a few hours to spare and are in the mood for something sweet.

By Anja

 

About Alissa Callen

When USA Today bestselling author Alissa Callen isn’t writing she plays traffic controller to four children, three dogs, two horses and one renegade cow who really does believe the grass is greener on the other side of the fence. After a childhood spent chasing sheep on the family farm, Alissa has always been drawn to remote areas and small towns, even when residing overseas. Once a teacher and a counsellor, she remains interested in the life journeys that people take. She also is partial to historic homesteads and country gardens and has been known to drive hours to see an open-garden. She currently lives on a small slice of rural Australia in central western New South Wales.

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