Wednesday, October 4, 2017

A Home for the Horseman by Liz Isaacson


Former rodeo star, Emmett Graves, has retired to Brush Creek Horse Ranch to train barrel racing horses. He loves to make jokes and is completely content with his life—sans women, thank you very much. His momma left when he was twelve, and he's learned that the female portion of the human species can't be trusted.
 Barrel racing champion, Molly Brady shows up at Brush Creek ready to forget about her ex and the restraining order she had to get against him. She's over all things cowboy, and she wants nothing to do with Emmett, who ruined her favorite shirt the first time they met.
 As Emmett teaches Molly how to train a horse before it starts winning rodeo events, the spark between them is hot and instant. Can Emmett figure out how to trust women? And even if he does, will Molly allow a cowboy to rope her heart again? They'll have to rely on their faith and their friendships to make sense of the future.


Emmett has been a horse trainer at Brush Creek Horse Ranch for awhile and is content with his life. Molly was recently hired at Brush Creek and she knows a thing or two about horses. They met dancing but it wasn't a pleasant meeting and it made them even more set in their ways of Molly not wanting to ever date a cowboy and Emmett not getting involved with any girl. They both have situations in their life that have caused these feelings and they are both pretty firm with it. If it's what God has planned for you he will find a way. Through some hard situations they learn to lean on each other. They have a great connection and the sparks start flyin'. It's another sweet contemporary romance in this series and I very much enjoyed it. I always want to read more details in these books but they're short books and for that reason they are well written.

Stars: 4.5

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