Current Giveaways

None right now, check back soon!

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Review: True Love at Silver Creek Ranch

Reviewer: Melissa Mason
Title: True Love at Silver Creek Ranch (Valentine Valley #2)
Author: Emma Cane
Publisher: Avon
ISBN: 9780062102294
Release Date: December 2012
Genre/Sub-genre: Contemporary Romance
Year/Setting: Present day / Valentine Valley, CO
Overall Rating: 4.0
Sexual Content Rating: Subtle
Language (Profanity/Slang) Content Rating: Negligible
Violent Content Rating: Negligible
Emma's Website: http://www.emmacane.com/

Brooke Thalberg doesn't have time to search for love. She works hard doing the everyday chores on her family's ranch and never gets a day off. Brooke is a relatable character that I think most women will be able to connect with, I know I did. Like a lot of women out there she just doesn't have the time to look for a relationship due to the amount of time she puts into her job.

When an ex-Marine returns to Valentine Valley to watch after his ailing grandmother, he quickly gets a job at Silver Creek Ranch as a hand to keep himself busy. From day one with Adam on the ranch I could tell that Brooke couldn't help the attraction she felt towards him. What I really enjoyed were the little tidbits brought in from Adam's childhood. Brooke went to school with him so she (and a few other characters) shines some light on his changes from a trouble maker to a dependable, sexy man.

Though the story was a little bit predictable, I couldn't put the book down. True Love at Silver Creek Ranch is a small town contemporary romance that had me enthralled from page one. I loved the believable relationships that Brooke had with all of the characters. I could feel the sparks between Adam and Brooke and the love shared with her friends and family. All in all I loved the book and cannot wait to read more from Emma Cane.


This review was first published at www.OnceUponARomance.net

2 comments:

  1. Books like this is like a big bowl of comfort food, sometimes we need to read something formula to keep us grounded, ya know what I mean? :D

    Mine would be a big plate of egg rolls ;)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I know exactly what you mean, and totally agree! Plus it has sexy cowboys *drools*

      Yummm eggrolls. I'll find you a mountain man that makes egg rolls one of these days

      Delete