Riverbend Gap by Denise Hunter // Review

My Review:
Katelyn Loveland moved to Riverbend looking for family, instead she finds a love that could tear a family apart. 

Katelyn finds her self in a precarious situation, teetering on the edge of a cliff while on her way to share a family meal with her new boyfriend. Deputy Cooper Robinson comes to her rescue, as they bond on the side of the cliff, Cooper loses his heart. But when he discovers that she is his brother's new girlfriend, he vows to not let his feelings for her go any further. Can they be a part of each other's lives without losing their hearts. 

The first in a new series, we are introduced to the Robinson family who are a big part of their small community. Katie is new to town, hoping to reconnect with her long lost mother, and working for her college friend Avery Robinson as a nurse in her clinic. I really enjoyed meeting the Robinson family and getting to know the members of their family. I really liked the friendship between Katie and Avery, and how they are there for each other. 

Cooper is running for Sheriff and along with that come unforeseen challenges that question his reputation, along with his growing feelings for Kate. This was a fast paced read with well developed characters and good interaction, though I'm not a huge fan of love triangle drama and I felt that I could see the conflict coming. 

Overall, a romantic family drama, set in a charming small town, filled with second chances, faith and family. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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