Thursday, 17 November 2016
REVIEW - Montana Rescue (The Wildes of Birch Bay #2) by Kim Law
Release Date: 23 August 2016
Championship bull rider Nick Wilde is the face of Montana Pro Rodeo, with all the acclaim and fans he can handle. But is that enough? Contemplating his next career move, he’s come home to his family’s cherry orchard—and to his childhood crush, helicopter pilot Harper Stone. But Harper’s not quite the sexy, badass girl he once lusted after. Recently widowed, she’s broken in two. Wanting to help her move on, Nick finds himself aching for the kind of stability he never had as a child.
True love comes once if you’re lucky, and Harper already had her shot. An accident took her husband eighteen months ago and left only pain and guilt in his place. Now Nick is waking up her body and heart to everything she might still have to gain…or lose. A second chance is more than she thinks she deserves. But with a man like Nick doing the persuading, maybe it’s time to try.
My Opinion 5 STARS
**My thanks to NetGalley and Montlake Romance, for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**
This is the second book by Kim Law that i have read and helped to cement her as a brilliant author and a must read on my book shelf.
This can be an emotional read a times, especially if you are like me and cannot help to feel what the characters go through and their stories.
Nick Wilde is the brother of Dani who was in book one and he is just as conflicted about his past and how his mother behaved as his sister, however unlike his sister he saw and remembers more of what she was like. He too has his demons because of her even if he thinks he hasn't at first.
Harper is one very strong independent woman, however she is struggling under her burned of grief even after 18 months. It is only Nick that manages to help her with her grief.
Nick is a persistent young man who is there when Harper needs him and is patient and kind and worries for her even when she does not want it. It is Nicks slow and careful worming into Harpers life that changes things for the both of them and they both come to some revelations about their lives and how they want to live them.
Its a brilliantly woven story that had me crying at times and smiling at others and was a pure joy to read.