The Rancher's First Love by Brenda Minton ~ Review

The Rancher's First Love (Martin's Crossing, #4)
Lucie's Review:

Samantha Martin and Remington Jenkins were teenage sweethearts until Samantha was sent away to live with her aunt. Now she's a nurse and back home in Martin's Crossing, working in the children's wing of the hospital.

Remington Jenkins is a full-time rancher, part-time preacher and he a has a heart for children and wants to make life easier for his young cousin.

Will Remington and Samantha give their first love a second chance?

I loved Remington's heart for others, and I instantly fell in love with little John Wayne, his miniature pony that he takes to the hospital to cheer up the children staying there.He has a big heart and is moving back to Martin's Corner to help his aging grandfather and his cousin Parker.

I liked Parker and his enthusiasm for life, he doesn't let being in a wheelchair slow him down at all, he is friendly and outgoing, and an absolute pleasure to read about.

If Remington's grandfather is one thing it's determined. He knows he's slowing down, but he refuses to quit, and he's also great giving Rem, wise counsel.

Sam is my favorite, she went through a lot 10 years ago, and she chooses to come back and try again in Martin's Crossing.

Overall, I loved how it brought together all of the Martins, and hos Sam's brother are trying to rebuild their relationship with Sam. I loved the dialog between Sam and Rem, and how their relationship grew through it all. I loved everyone in Martin's Crossings, and how well the various characters were integrated into the story. Fantastic, engaging read, that I couldn't put down!

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