Wildflower Falls by Denise Hunter // Review

My Review: 

Return to Riverbend in this stirring series conclusion. 

Charlotte Honeycutt is shocked to learn the secret of her origins, and that she has siblings that she has never met. Meanwhile she hires Gunner, a lifelong rolling stone to help her train horses on her ranch. Can Charlotte and Gunner trust others and each other to find lasting love?

Charlotte longs for connection after the death of her mother, and finding her siblings seems like the perfect way to find it. I enjoyed seeing the Robinson clan, along with their growing families. I was kinda surprised to see another book in the series, after assuming that the previous one would be the last, but oh, this latest addition is the perfect conclusion I didn't know I needed, bringing everyone together and tying it up much more neatly. 

I liked how Gunner was supportive and encouraging of Charlotte finding her family, as well as how he is ready to jump in and help her with whatever she needs. 

Overall, a heartwarming and compelling romance, with strong protagonists, and a moving plot. Strong themes of letting go and choosing to stay, alongside forgiveness and family. Great addition to the series!

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

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