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Posted September 25, 2011
Another moving story in the North Star Montana series.
In The Rancher's Footsteps by Kay Stockham continues her wonderful North Star Montana series.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Gabriella Thompson enjoys her life California. Though her business is thriving she is still grieving over the loss of her best friend Molly. Gabriella and Molly had such big plans for their business Premiere Vue a high end romantic gift shop. Added to that grief she finds out her dad has passed away and in order to inherit she must spend three months at the Circle M ranch. One of the men she feels her dad abandoned her for Brad McKenna is the one delivering this piece of news.
Brad McKenna isn't too thrilled with the terms of his late adopted father's will. Zane McKenna took Brad and his brothers in when no one else would and Brad feels he owes his life to Zane. He needs to get Gabriella to sell the prim piece of the ranch to them in order for the ranch to survive. But Gabriella has plans for that money so these two are at odds from the start. Brad's opinion of this city girl changes the more time he spends with her. She isn't the uncaring person he thought she was at all.
Gabriella discovers she didn't have the whole story about her dad's leaving her and her mom. This news changes her whole way of thinking and doesn't know which way is up anymore. Living at the ranch makes her rethink everything she knows. Spending time with Brad has her trying to fight her growing attraction to each other.
Brad and Gabriella's attraction is something neither say coming. Giving into their desires causes them both to be more confused. Will they be able to see their way to a future together when their life styles are so different?
In The Rancher's Footsteps is another emotional and sensual tale by Kay Stockham. This story shows that every persons life has many different sides. Brad and Gabriella both have pasts that cause shadows on the here and now. But watching them seeing things in a new light and learning to trust is a joy to watch. Looking forward to the next story in the North Star. Montana series
Posted November 14, 2011
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