Wednesday, November 1, 2017

A Refuge for the Rancher by Liz Isaacson


Shannon Sharpe has lots of kids to look after, and plenty of adult interaction. Being the principal at Brush Creek Elementary affords her such privileges. But she doesn't want to go home with a group of third graders or eat dinner with her teacher friends. She's all but given up on finding someone in the small Utah town, and besides, a transfer is just around the corner.
 When she has to go talk to a handsome cowboy who's been semi-stalking one of her teachers, Shannon decides Grant Ford isn't all that bad. They work together on a summer school program which includes horses, and Grant makes the same deductions about Shannon.
 But she's a blonde powerhouse who runs an entire school, and Grant feels inferior on many levels. Can he dig deep and rely on his faith and his friends in order to make a relationship with Shannon successful?


This is the sixth and final book in the Brush Creek Brides series and I have to say I have really enjoyed this series and this book was no different. I have enjoyed reading about each of these cowboys and the trials, faith, and hope they have each experienced to find their true love. I love how the books are stand alone books but that the characters are throughout each of the books. I love the small town of Brush Creek and how close they each are and that they are all their for each other. It would be a fun little place to live.
In this book Shannon has life all figured out and Grant is working on putting his life back together after some bad choices he made. Finding love when you least expect it can bring you so much joy and may just lead you to your new plan. The book has great descriptions and is written well but has some jumps in time due to the length of the book but you still understand the storyline. The romance and chemistry between the characters is sweet and I enjoyed this book.

Stars: 4

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