About the Book:
Meredith Ventner knows a wounded creature when she sees one. Though her temporary new neighbor may be—on the surface at least—a successful, drop-dead gorgeous doctor, she recognizes the deep hurt Ryan Sorensen is carrying, and it’s catnip to her soul. But even though Meredith is the youngest, scrappiest and single-est of Magnolia’s most famous sisters, she’s committed to expanding the animal shelter on her newly inherited farm. She can’t waste her energy on a man who’s only passing through town.
Ryan is hoping that after a month of small-town living he’ll be healed enough to return to his busy ER. His injured leg isn’t half as painful as his guilt from the tragedy he’s trying to forget. Yet somehow, helping feisty, tenderhearted Meredith care for her menagerie is making him question his career-first priorities. Here in this quirky small town another future is coming into view, but can he change his life, and open his heart, to claim it?
This is the third book in this series and I reviewed the second one here.
Basically this is a sweet predictable romance set in a charming small town. It not only features the relationship between him and her but also her relationship with her half sisters, though in this book the sisters have a much reduced role and we are introduced to the characters in Major's next book. While there is nothing wrong with this book, there is nothing particularly interesting either. I saw every plot twist coming and like most romance novels, the end was a forgone conclusion.
I'd like to thank the author for making a review copy available via NetGalley. Grade: B-