The Rancher’s Proposal

Having recently read and reviewed The Rancher’s Secret Love, I was happy to read the love story of another brother from Paula Altenburg’s series – The Montana McGregor Brothers. The Rancher’s Proposal was another enjoyable book in the series

The Rancher’s Proposal

She said she’d never rely on a man again…

Never say never. When meek and mild Posey Davies calls it quits on her toxic marriage, she grabs her two-year-old daughter and runs. Her flight lands her in Grand, Montana, a community happy to take her in and even happier to nose about in her life and her unfortunate past.

The cowboy next door, Zack McGregor, has “good time,” written all over him. He’s only home for a year to help out his older brother, who’s guardian of their sister’s children. Zack is kind, funny and oh-so-easy on the eyes. He’d be perfect, but the practical Posey predicts Zac will disappear as soon as winter sets in.

Zack’s not as laid back and fun loving as he seems. He’s all about family and doing what’s right. When Posey’s deadbeat ex-husband begins making demands, Zack insists on playing protector.

Posey’s never had anyone stand up for her before and soon realizes that perhaps relying on this man and trusting in love is well worth the risk.

My review: 4/5

Another sweet romance from the author. I loved Posey’s strong character and her willingness to do anything to keep her daughter safe. Zach comes across as the sweetest guy who is willing to stand up for his love. How Zach gets Posey to trust him and how they find their happily ever after makes a lovely read.

I voluntarily read an advanced reader’s copy of this book received from the publisher in exchange for an honest opinion.

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Author: Corinne Rodrigues

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