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I was happy to see Briar become more at ease once they reached Montana. Together these two bring out the very best in each other. Briar’s grandmother thinks her son, Briar’s wealthy, workaholic doctor father, is an idiot for paying so little attention to his daughter.
And Briar’s mother, who is only interested in botox and fashion, chasign even worse. A delightful, swoon-worthy read for girls of all ages! But she really fit in so well with the McCree’s.
He is Briar’s savior and hero in a lot of ways.
While I had some minor issues with the plot and a few scenes, I fell in love with these characters and was rooting for them to have a happy ending. However, it is only possible for her to do mcrcee due to the combination of the help of a co-conspirator, her adorably quirky grandmother, and the routine physical and emotional abandonment of Briar by her parents. C Isabella has a new fan, and I’m looking forward to reading more of her books! In fact, I was wondering if the author was going to be able to pull it off.
Famous last words, my friends. Can this cheerleader turned country girl and this cowboy who loves her overcome all the odds stacked against them? Plus there is even a spunky grandma thrown in that is made of awesomeness. Other than the heroine, against her will, being “slipped a mickey” in the beginning of the book, there are no instances of teen drugs or drinking in this book.
Briar’s grandmother thinks her son, Briar’s wealthy, workaholic doctor father, is j.c.isabeloa idiot for paying so little attention to his daughter. Mostly it was just for fun, for me. That was the night she met Chase McCree.
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Charming, fun and adorable!! Chase wanted to go back to Montana. Being your classic cowboy, of course, he had to bring his horse, Ash, with him. With her Grandma’s help, and after run-ins with her ex-boyfriend Alex, and his friend, she mmccree to spend the summer with Chase at his ranch in Montana.
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It’s a beautiful and tender love story about two people who find a connection and don’t want to let it go. I absolutely adore the way J. I laughed so much because of their quirky humor.
I think it takes courage to break away like that when you’re in high school. She is barely coherent and he is set on making sure she gets home okay. I loved loved loved this epilogue. It was well written, entertaining, funny, and left me wanting more. He closed the distance between us and stopped close enough that our shoes were touching. Chasing McCree is that book for me.
It offers a mcxree chance to get to know the hero, and Chase is an extremely sympathetic one. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. She surprised me though and I found that I really liked her. Someone who can be comfortable in her own skin. Chase McCree is a cowboy.
There were some spur of the moment choices that weren’t completely believable, but those choices were made by two teenagers in love. So glad I read this gem.
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This review and more can be seen at WinterHaven Books: We are introduced to Briar Thompson, who comes from a well off family, has everything she wants and needs. It is a terrific change in YA to see the use of dual POV which has been a staple of the adult romance genre for almost 30 years. One night, bored out of his mind, and missing his tranquil life in Montana, Chase decideds to give his horse, Ash, a little workout to a city park.
The formatting and editing is not optimal, but not so bad that it was difficult to read the book. She has had everything handed to her and she is oblivious to reality. He runs across one of the school’s cheerleaders, a small, pretty blond who is stumbling blindly across the field, clearly drunk and disoriented.
It was truly sweet. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.