It’s been awhile since I have read a cowboy book and I am glad I read this one.
Trey was in an accident and cannot remember his life for the past couple of years. When he found out he had a wife he wanted to remember their life together. So when he was home he started to remember his life with Greta, but he knew something was missing.
After he finally remembers his life, he realizes that he doesn’t need to be so closed off because if he does close himself off he will lose his life and family.
I completely enjoyed this book. It shows that anything can be forgiven as long as there is communication.
I want to read more books by this author as she brings life issues into her romance.
An on the job accident leaves ranch owner Trey Armstrong with a dislocated shoulder and no recollection of the last few years of his life, including his marriage to the lovely Greta. His mind might not remember her but his body sure does, and despite his lack of memory, Trey finds himself eager to return to the homestead. With his ranch a success and a beautiful, understanding wife by his side, Trey comes to think he's been living the charmed life.
But not all is as it seems. Behind shy smiles and scorching kisses, Greta is hiding secrets that could destroy their rediscovered relationship. When the illusion of his perfect marriage begins to crumble, Trey realizes he can't live in oblivion forever and will have to remember his past in order to salvage his future.
Welcome to the Sprawling ‘A’ Ranch, where the men are as hot as the August sun.