After the attack that ended her modeling career, Tess O'Neil wants only to feel safe. She thinks she's found a sanctuary on a Nevada ranch, where she can live in solitude. Too bad rancher Zach Nolan isn't getting the message. The single dad wants to lease her land, and he won't quit until she says yes. That means he's always around!
Letting the cowboy with the see-right-through-her baby blues into her life is too dangerous. Almost as dangerous as the wild hope and yearning Zach and his three daughters are awakening in Tess. She's already risked so much. Maybe it's time to take the biggest gamble of all on the one thing she never dreamed she'd find - a home.
Would you try another book from Jeannie Watt and/or Alexandra Bailey?
No. This author and narrator are not worth a second chance. The narrator just read the book, with little variation in male ane female voices.
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
Most of the story was spent repeating the setup: widowed man with massive financial problems and woman with a scar who was rude, mean to children, and self-pitying. Enough already! The last few chapters have some action, but no resolution of the issues. An epilogue, missing in the audiobook, explains a few things, but not all.