An opposites-attract love may be in store for a gruff rancher and a small-town beauty in a brand-new Wyoming Men romance
Jake McGuire has worked hard to earn his vast wealth, with holdings that include ranches and his private jet. The only threat to his peace is the last woman he should ever want. Ida Merridan could easily go through him and move on to the next rich man, but lately she’s living in his mind rent-free. Falling for Ida just might be the worst thing to happen to him.
Twice divorced and independently wealthy, Ida did nothing to deserve her bad reputation—except choose the wrong husbands. Live and learn in a small town, which means no sexy ranchers, especially not Jake. But when one sizzling kiss leads to another, can Ida open her heart to the last man she should marry?
Ida is nothing like the fake persona she lets most others see her as which is just fine with her because she's hiding.
Jake doesn't care for Ida but he doesn't really know her. He gets a small glimpse into the real Ida and it intrigues him into spending more time with her even if she isn't wanting to be around him.
Ida is hiding from her abusive ex-husband who just got out of jail. She doesn't want men coming on to her so she wears her fake persona like a shield to keep them away and it worked for most. But when Jake gets a glimpse of the real Ida, he's surprised that she's actually shy and not at all the promiscuous woman that she pretends to be at times.
When accidents keep happening at her ranch and her animals keep getting hurt, she knows that her ex-husband is behind it but doesn't know how he's getting on her property. Jake is there to help her with dealing with everything as well as making sure that her ex can no longer get to her or her animals.
I am a huge Diana Palmer fan so I was happy to have had the chance to read this book. These two are such a sweet couple. Ida has some physical and emotional scars from her ex but Jake has some scars of his own. It was fun to see how they were going to get closer when they both had reasons why they couldn't. Diana Palmer gave me another great book.
I give this book 5 out of 5 stars.
Disclosure: I was given an eARC of this book via NetGally but all thoughts and opinions are my own.