Home on the Range by Ruth Logan Herne is the second in a series, but at least this time I'd already read book one. (smile) I was captivated by the story but more so all the nuggets she shared throughout the book.
Nick Stafford is the middle son, the son who stayed home while the others left to pursue other lives. His dad, Sam, spent the years raising his sons focusing on his ranch and being a thorn in the side of the town folks. Nick was determined to show his dad how it was done to be a husband and father, however, his wife left him and his daughters and he becomes bitter.
Dr. Elisa Andreas life crumbled and she blamed herself for the tragedy that caused it all. She abandoned her family therapy practice and became a recluse in the backwoods.
Nick's daughter's are suffering abandonment issues from their mother deserting them and he seeks Elisa's help. She is drawn to the man and his daughter's and agrees to help.
Will they be able to help each other and get past the past?
I received a free copy from Multnomah a division of WaterBrook Publishing Group. No review, positive or otherwise, was required – all opinions are my own.