Carter Kelly has a wandering spirit, working short term jobs here and there while he saves money, and runs from his past.
Shannon has been a bit out of place and uncertain where her place is after her brothers returned to Red Dog Ranch and have taken over control. She's recovering from the fall out of a toxic relationship, and throwing herself into the planning of a fundraiser to help at risk youth.
Carter and Shannon have been hurt in the past, but can they give love a second chance?
Carter comes to Red Dog Ranch looking for a place to work and forget about his past, he finds friends and mentors in an older couple who encourage him, and are like parents to him. He is a natural with the teens, and despite his wandering ways, he is also committed to his work.
Shannon has a positive energy about her, despite her past and she relies on her faith to see her through. She is outgoing and quickly befriends the begrudging Carter.
Overall, this was an enjoyable read, with great characters. I liked how it addressed a situation where someone had been hurt by the church, and how it affected their faith moving forward, as that is a very real thing that happens. Engaging with an easy to follow plot, I loved Carter's friends and how they encouraged him in his faith and were there when he needed them. Heartwarming and enjoyable.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
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