Genres: Small town romance, military, western, contemporary, family drama
Blurb: Hannah Farraday wants to start an equine center at her family ranch. Though her cousins have found their happily ever after, she isn’t interested in being the damsel in distress. She wants to start a program to treat people suffering both physically and mentally until she meets him.
Dallas police officer Dale Johnson is on the run. He only plans to stop by Tuckers Bluff to meet his friend, Declan. However, the long riding hours on his bike forces him to continue staying at the family ranch. Impressed by Hannah, he decides to help her.
The family members and a dog play match maker in bringing them together!
My Review: 5 stars
Chris Keniston expertly weaves in drama, humor and romance in her novels. She continues bringing strong female characters who refuse to be put down by problems. The Farraday clan along with the nosy members of the small town, bring you heart warming tales of love.
The Farradays are a large family who work hard and love unconditionally. Hannah Farraday is no different. She follows her heart of fulfilling her dream and finding the perfect match.
Dale Johnson only wanted to meet his friend and then continue his journey. But his health condition worsens and finds himself being pampered by the family because Declan tells them to. No questions asked.
The Farradays are a close knit family full of drama and mischief. They aren’t perfect but they do help those in need. Each book in the series can be read as a stand alone. But if you want to know more about characters, you should start from the beginning.
If you enjoy small town romance, this is the book for you.
About Chris Keniston
Chris Keniston, originally from New York started writing after reading romance novels. She was on her way to Australia when she fell in love with Texas. Little did she know the balmy seventy degree October days would turn into fry-an-egg-on-the-sidewalk heat in August!
She’s a USA TODAY Bestselling author currently working on the contemporary romance series of the Farraday Country. Her books are all about family, Texas cowboys and strong heroines who end up getting their perfect partners.
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