With guest season about to start at the ranch, Krista Skye needs to track down a new head wrangler fast. Unfortunately, the best man for the job is the last person Krista wants to see--Wyatt Webb, the college sweetheart who left her behind. Read more...
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With guest season about to start at the ranch, Krista Skye needs to track down a new head wrangler fast. Unfortunately, the best man for the job is the last person Krista wants to see--Wyatt Webb, the college sweetheart who left her behind. Wyatt has major reservations about working with Krista as well, but he has his own reasons for wanting to stay in town.
Although Krista and Wyatt are all business at first, sparks fly as they work side by side, preparing for an upcoming country fair. Even though rekindling their relationship brings up painful memories, they're not the same people they used to be--and neither can deny that there's still something special between them. They have one last opportunity to save a good thing before it's too late, but one of them will have to find the courage to take a chance on love....
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2014-06-16
- Reviewer: Staff
Wyatt Webb doesn’t do commitment. He ran away from Krista Skye without an explanation, a betrayal Krista is still getting over eight years later. But when Krista reluctantly asks him for help training a wild mustang at her family’s ranch, he sees it as a way to make amends for the past. The two try to pick up where they left off, agreeing to keep things casual and short-term, but Krista struggles to remember that Wyatt is not interested in forever. Despite Krista’s proclamations that family is everything, both her relatives and the ranch take a backseat to her helpless infatuation with irritating, unsympathetic Wyatt. Fans of the series will be pleased to see Shelby and Foster (Summer at Mustang Ridge) and Jenny and Nick (Winter at Mustang Ridge), but the lovely Skye family is relegated to an afterthought. The magic of the Wyoming countryside is notably missing from this installment, which feels like it could have taken place just about anywhere. (Aug.)