Title: Broken Trails
Author: Bonnie R. Paulson
Publisher: Captiva Publishing, LLC
Series: The Montana Trails series, Clearwater County Collection Book 1
Release Date: February 29, 2016
Buy Links: Amazon / Barnes & Noble
A lonely cowboy … a woman searching for hope. Can love bring enough healing to carry them through?
Nathan Rourke lost almost everything he holds dear. What he still has, he’ll do anything to keep. His Montana ranch is not just a place, it’s his home and what’s left of his family. He’s holding his own, making it work.
But then high-school sweetheart Emma reappears … and suddenly this cowboy’s life is as rough as a ride on an untamed bronc.
Emma Benson left high school without a word to Nate, rather than admit she was too ill to go on. Now she’s desperate to prove that she’s more than the disease that keeps her dependent on her family and friends. And she craves just one more chance at love.
Nate embodies the promise of a life free from the confines of her small world. But will loving her mean he must give up his own freedom?
No matter which path they choose, this young couple will be battling the odds
Saddle up for a ride along Montana trails you’ll never forget—lasso your copy of Broken Trails today!
This book pulls at your heart strings. It hits me close to home because my husband and Emma are similar. I will leave it at that.
Love really can conquer all. If two people love each other enough they will find a way to make it work.
There are so many emotions in this book: fear, love, frustration, heartache, over all heartache. I couldn’t get enough of it. I was lost within the story eager to find out what happens next.
Nate is a strong hard working man that was dealt a rough hand in life. The same can be said about Emma. She hasn’t had an easy life either.
I love Bonnie’s writing style and can’t wait to read the next book in the series.
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