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Monday, June 8, 2015

Review: Firelight at Mustang Ridge by Jesse Hayworth




In the latest Mustang Ridge novel, sometimes a little change is exactly what a person needs....

Ever since striking it big on a gemstone claim in the Wyoming mountains, Sam Babcock has known luck is on his side—except when it comes to the people he loves. When he forms a surprising connection with an alluring newcomer staying at his friend Wyatt’s ranch, Sam starts to question everything he thought he knew....

Needing time and space to heal, former daredevil Danny Traveler is camping out in a valley beyond Mustang Ridge Dude Ranch. She wants to take care of herself for once—and a sexy cowboy might be just the distraction she needs. But when Danny discovers there’s much more to Sam than meets the eye, she begins to long for more than a casual fling. Can she convince the confirmed bachelor that it’s worth changing his ways for a chance at long-term happiness?
 
The characters are well developed, realistic and well rounded.. They display the same human traits that we all have, such as jealousy, forgiveness, and longing, just to name a few. The characters feel like friends and family and they are the type of people you would like to hang out with. You begin to care about them and want to see them happy. The secondary characters are as well developed as the main characters and they add a lot to the story. Even the animals have personalities. I love how everyone at the ranch embrached Danny.
 
I seriously loved this book. I’m so terribly sad that I’m done with it…but I’m already planning on getting the first two books in the series. I have to get them. I just have to. Jessica Hayworth is so talented. I loved her writing style and her ability to give me warm and fuzzies at the end…even though she made me cry! I wholeheartedly give this book a great recommendation. I loved it.