When a cowboy meets the guy from the city, he can't know how much things will change.
On the spur of the moment, with his life collapsing around him, Jay Sullivan answers an ad for a business manager with an expertise in marketing, on a dude ranch in Montana.
With his sister Ashley, niece Kirsten, and nephew Josh in tow, he moves lock stock and barrel from New York to Montana to start a new life on Crooked Tree Ranch.
Foreman and part owner of the ranch, ex rodeo star Nathaniel "Nate" Todd has been running the dude ranch for five years ever since his mentor Marcus Allen became ill.
His brothers convince him that he needs to get an expert in to help the business grow. He knows things have to change and but when the new guy turns up, with a troubled family in tow - he just isn't prepared for how much.
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Cowboys, horses and abusive ex-husbands, oh my!
Sean Crisden's narration was a definite plus, but I also really enjoyed the way the romance between these two men slowly bloomed.
That's a hard choice, I mean, both men have basically given up just about everything to take care of their family. I think it's this very trait that brings them together eventually. Well, that and the insane, unfightable, mutual attraction.
Everything. He really does an amazing Cowboy voice, that sexy southern drawl. He also makes sure that every character has their own tone, even if just slightly, so you never question who's talking.
Laugh out loud, like, a lot!
With Scott's ability to write broken down Cowboys and Crisden's ability to breath life into those words, these two are the perfect marriage. I enjoyed the grit in the storyline, the fact that Jay and Nate didn't just fall for each other, they had to work at it. I'm excited for the other books in this series to become available on Audiobook for my listening pleasure.
- Tams (TTC Books and more)
Not memorable but enjoyable
This was a very easy listen, and I was able to finish it in two days. I enjoyed the characters, and there were a few good scenes, such as when Jay first got on horseback. I thought it was something worth listening to.
I feel that some of the ending was rushed, and not necessarily something that I felt was built up to within the story itself.
Crisden did a solid job with the pacing. My only complaint was the ending of the book, which as previously mentioned I felt was rushed.
RJ Scott has done a decent job with the Texas series (I listened to the first and read two of the sequels). While the Montana series didn't start as strongly as the Texas series in my opinion. I don't know if I want to continue the Montana series in the same way I wanted to continue the Texas series, however as a stand alone story it was enjoyable.