by Brenda Jackson
I think I should be pretty much done with the Westmoreland series now. There’s just so many of them! And once you add in their friends and the families of their spouses, it really can go on forever.
Casey Westmoreland has just become reacquainted with the father she thought was deceased. To help foster the new relationship, she closes her clothing boutique in Texas and moves to Montana to be closer to him and the family she never knew. It will also give her a chance to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a horse trainer and she hopes that family friend, McKinnon Quinn will give her the opportunity to work on his ranch.
Even though her experience and training more than qualifies her for the job, what she doesn’t count on is coming up against McKinnon’s “no women on the ranch” rule. The rule was enacted in the aftermath of his last disastrous relationship. Casey must then set out to prove to McKinnon that she belongs there.