Cabe Dawson is a cowboy at heart. He’s devoted a lifetime to running Blackhawk Ranch, carving out a Northern California empire for his family. When the cattle ranch’s wells run dry, he knows what he needs to do. Foreclose on the Jordan place and drill deep for water there. It’s just business. Nothing personal.
But, as summer heats up, keeping his mind on business just might be impossible. Rose Jordan left Lonesome, California, eight years ago and never looked back. Back then, she’d challenged Cabe’s authority—and his control. Though he wanted her fiercely, she was too young. Too rebellious. Now, with Rose back in Lonesome, business is getting very, very personal. She wants to keep her home, but can Cabe convince her to keep him instead?
I read a review on this book and had to have it. I love me some Alpha cowboys and I like Anne Marsh’s writing, so I figured it would be a win win. The chemistry between these two was off the charts. I wish this would’ve been a full length novel, so that we could’ve had some more back story on both characters and gotten more familiar with the secondary characters as well, maybe even a prologue of the kissing scene before she left for college would’ve been nice.
This was a good book. I feel that Rose gave into Cabe too easily. After she found out everything and how she found out I think he should’ve had to work harder, not saying she shouldn’t have given in, cause she’s loved him forever, but I think she could’ve made him suffer a little.