Love on the Range, by Jessica Nelson
Back cover copy:
Any other socialite would view being packed off to a remote Oregon ranch as a punishment. But Gracelyn Riley knows that this is her opportunity to become a real reporter. If she can make her name through an interview with the elusive hero known as Striker, then she’ll never have to depend on anyone ever again.
Rancher Trevor Cruz can’t believe his secret identity is being endangered by an overly chatty city girl. But if there’s one thing he knows, it’s that Gracie’s pretty little snooping nose is bound to get her in trouble. So he’ll use her determination to find “Striker” to keep an eye on her…and stick close by her side.
I found Jessica Nelson’s debut book to be a delightful romance. Sweet, fun, feisty, and with a little mystery all in one. I loved the hero and heroine and thought Jessica did a good job in developing their character arcs. You could see their gradual growth and are able to connect with them emotionally and route for their love. The romance was sweet and genuine, not contrived, and I found the hero’s journey overcoming his unworthiness was real and compelling. The secondary characters were fun and unique, giving the book a well-rounded feel. And best of all, there were some good kisses!
If you love a sweet, fun romance, you will enjoy Love on the Range. Jessica is a good writer and will no doubt have many more books to come!
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