Their Ranch Reunion by Mindy Obenhaus ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

Carly is a single mom with dreams of expanding her bed and breakfast, but the only thing standing in her way is her first love who left their small-town a long time ago for the big city. Carly has inherited a property, which she hopes to use to expand, but the problem is that Andrew has inherited joint ownership of the property.

But when Carly's house catches fire, Andrew offers her and her daughter, Megan a place to stay.

Will Carly and Andrew be able to come to an agreement or will their individual stubbornness win the day?

Andrew left his hometown years ago for the city, wanting make an easier life for himself than what he saw his family fight for on the ranch their whole life. Andrew has carved out a living for himself in the fast-paced business world of Denver, he has his regrets about leaving his family behind, and hasn't forgotten about Carly.

Carly is active in the community and her local church, she is a very giving woman, who has mastered the art of hospitality. She has a strong faith, and works hard to give her daughter what she needs. She is close to Andrew's family, and has helped them alot. Her daughter loves the ranch with all the animals, and Megan instantly bonds with Andrew.

Overall, a great introduction to the series, I love the interaction between Carly and Andrew, as well as Andrew and his family. Clint is Andrew's father, and a very wise and kind man. This is an engaging story of family, forgiveness, and second chances.  I really admired Carly for her faith, and how she loves to share with the community.

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