Title: Unbridled Trails
Author: Bonnie R. Paulson
Series: Montana Trails Book 3
Publisher: Captiva Publishing, LLC
Release Date: June 28, 2016
Buy Links: Amazon/Barnes & Noble
A vengeful cowboy seeking justice loses his heart to a damsel-in-distress, but can the results of saving her outweigh their chance at love?
Kyle Darby doesn’t want to be a lonely ranch hand forever. If he can help his cousin run a ranch, his chances at future foreman will be drastically increased. But his need to find revenge for his sister clouds his logic.
Sherry isn’t into dating or anything normal – she studies bugs for crying out loud. When Kyle rescues her one night at a bar, she finds it hard to believe his continued interest is sincere. Used to saving herself and her heart, Sherry has to accept that sometimes she needs help.
With her life hanging in the balance, Sherry has to learn to rely on someone else – Kyle.
Can she do it without losing her heart? Or are they both destined to just be along for the ride?
This is the 3rd book in the Montana Trails series. As with the other books, this is a quick read because you just can’t put it down.
Sherry is not exactly a loner. She has friends, two best friends actually. Sherry just is not into dating. She assumes all men will just end up hurting you so to avoid that pain she avoids men. She spends time with her bugs instead. That was all well and good until she meets Kyle.
Kyle isn’t looking to settle down. He meets Sherry when he protects her from being a victim just like his sister. However he soon finds himself falling head over heals for her.
I enjoyed reading the story about Kyle and Sherry. I couldn’t put the book down wanting to see what happens next. You never know when you’ll find love, you just have to be open to the idea.
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