Title: Second Chance Ranch
Author: R.J. Scott
Series: Montana #5
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: 8/25/2018
Genre(s): M/M Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 201
Heat Level: 2.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 3 stars out of 5
Rob runs to Crooked Tree determined to find a safe place for his nephews. A family for them is the final thing on his list, and then he can vanish completely. Falling for a local paramedic along the way is a disaster in Rob’s otherwise perfect plans.
Paramedic Aaron, the middle of five brothers, would like someone to love. A great believer in fate he is convinced though, that one day he’ll find someone. He just never thought it would be a man in so much pain, or that children would be part of the package.
Rob is ready to leave. Aaron wants him to stay. Their love has an expiry date, and it’s tearing them apart. Can they find a way to save what they have?
¸.•´¸.•*´¨)I always run toward an R.J. Scott book…
This was one of the first times I felt a whoosh at the end of my read. With this being the end of an era, I was looking for so much more from one of my favorite author. This was supposed to be the book that exploded and be the gift that kept on giving. Both characters Aaron and Rob made their a good impression in A Cowboy’s Home, book three of the Montana series.
The death of his sister and the collapse of his job one year later had Rob making decisions he may not have done before had it not been for giving his nephews something permanent. But Rob has a secret that will rip the seams of the fabric and may even make things worst. On his way to the Crooked Tree Ranch, the one place he knew could give the boys a happy ever after, Rob met ex-army worker, now Paramedic Aaron, the middle Carter brother who had no issues being flirtatious even as they worked together to save a family.
Aaron was not looking for his forever man, given how he had lost his previous boyfriend. No harm, no foul, he thought when it came to the ruggedly handsome ex Nay Seal. There was something about Rob that drew him like a moth to a flame and Aaron was determined to get singed. What secrets were Rob holding and why was the man determined to keep him at arms length?
Book three remain my favorite in this series. This one could have gone in some many directions. I appreciate the story the author set out to be told and give her two thumbs up on the way the issues were handled.