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This is one funny book! I have loved this story so much so far and can’t wait for more!
Honestly, I don’t enjoy the narrator Sean Crisden’s work in this series. His voice makes the characters sound like early twenties and not like the men I picture in my head. Thankful, the writing and plot remains very solid so I enjoy the story because Jack and Riley love was a gift that touched all those around them. Jack and Riley Campbell-Hayes are settling into family life with their daughter Hayley and extended family. The Double D Ranch is growing and Riley is trying to expand their oil exploration endeavors. The main couple is still crazy about each other and then of course, we get a blast from Riley’s wild past in the form of a man named Eli. Eli was a photographer who was trying to land a solid gig and wanted to use the ranch for his photoshoot.
While Eli is taking pictures, he meets one of the ranch hands Robbie, who came to the Double D to heal from a past of abuse. For the first time in this series, the reader is taken on a journey to coupledom featuring people not bearing the Hayes or Campbell last names. From Jack’s sister Eden and her boyfriend Sean to Riley’s mom getting married to her vet fiancée, it just feels like Jack and Riley’s relationship balanced the people around them. It is clear that they still are trying to find ways to make time for romance and putting their relationship first, but as a couple, they still make me smile. I’m thankful that the author doesn’t make them have those unnecessary relationship miscommunications and issues. Jack and Riley are the reason I love this series but I am looking forward to finding out what’s wrong with Eden’s boyfriend and having them back on solid ground.