Series: Kinnison Legacy #3
Author's Name: Amanda McIntyre
Genre: M/F- Contemporary Romance
Main Characters: Dalton and Angelique
Release Date: July 10, 2015
Book Provided by: ARC by author
Reviewed by: Wendy
My Rating: 4 stars
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Blurb: When tragedy strikes the lives of three young boys, they are
placed under the care of wealthy cattle baron, Jed Kinnison. He raises the
three as his own, leaving everything to them, including a special dream he had
for the ranch.
Dalton has the reputation as a good-timin'man. But this past year his life was upended. With both brothers now married, its' enough to make this bachelor turn on his heel and run. Until the past waltzes back into town, looking more beautiful and less interested than when last they met. Dalton, usually on the run from relationships, finds himself trying to convince Angelique that he's a keeper. And while her kisses imply her attraction, she's holding something back and Dalton's determined to find out her secret.
Angelique's past is the topic of an afternoon talk show--caring for an alcoholic mother, involved in an abusive relationship that nearly cost her and her daughters lives. Fate offer her a second chance to turn things around, but when she returns to End of the Line, sparks fly between her and Dalton and threaten to reveal secrets that could change their lives forever.
Review: I have really enjoyed this series from the beginning to the end. Amanda can truly write a good cowboy love story. Three books, three brothers, if not by blood then by circumstance, have come full circle in these wonderful cowboy stories. I've been waiting for Dalton to grow up and get his head out of his ass since Wyatt's book and believe me he does it in this book. Sometimes it just takes a strong woman to whip a bad boy into shape. Years of keeping secrets can catch up to anyone and that's exactly what happens to Angelique. When your secrets are so big that they will effect everyone around you things are definitely going to blow up in a huge way. Truth, love and forgiveness find their way into you heart when you read this book. Sad to see it end but enjoyed every page of all three books.