After reading another in this series, I was looking forward to this book, but was very disappointed. The author had an annoying overuse of the word "texture" and the characters could use more development. The main character, Amy, relocates to Montana to start a new career and leave "baggage" behind, but that baggage is never revealed and the back cover makes it sound as though she has to decide between the love of 2 men, when one character only makes a minimal appearance in the book. Oh, and a tornado is getting ready to rip through the area and on her way to seek shelter, she decides to stop and get her raincoat, good grief. I found myself skipping large, boring portions of this book in order to finish it.
Soon after aspiring author Amy Hawkins moves from New York City to sleepy Coldwater, Montana, her shy horse-farmer neighbor, Jake Winters, and a handsome carpenter, Ben Callan, start vying for her attention. But when the beautiful Mallory Powers is hired to train horses for Jake, will it create a love triangle that's destined to bring grief?
I have very much enjoyed this series and can't wait for the next one.