Megan Cole is a reluctant heiress who doesn't want to take over her father's oil company upon his death. Bo Porter is the manager of the horse farm that Meg wants to close. When the two meet, the romance is predictable. But Meg's inability to trust a man after being badly taken advantage of and Bo's awareness that he isn't in Meg's league financially stand in their way.
There is a very sweet romance. There's some suspense. There are compelling, likable characters. There's a great message of God is always at work in our lives to bring about His plan. For all of these reasons- and more- I can definitely give this one thumbs up, five stars, as a good read.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book for review purposes. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Becky and her husband lived overseas in the Caribbean and Australia before settling in Dallas, Texas. It was during her years abroad that Becky's passion for reading turned into a passion for writing. She published three historical romances for the general market, put her career on hold for many years to care for her kids, and eventually returned to writing sheerly for the love of it. Her first contemporary Christian romance, My Stubborn Heart, has been named a finalist for Romance Writers of America's RITA Award. Her newest release, Undeniably Yours, is available now.
These days Becky can be found failing but trying to keep up with her housework, sweating at the gym, carting her kids around town, playing tennis, hunched over her computer, eating chocolate, or collapsed on the sofa watching TV with her husband.
ABOUT THE BOOK
The last thing she has the patience or the sanity to deal with? Her father's thoroughbred racehorse farm. She gives its manager, Bo Porter, six months to close the place down.
Bo's determined to resent the woman who's decided to rob him of his dream. But instead of anger, Meg evokes within him a profound desire to protect. The more time he spends with her, the more he longs to overcome every obstacle that separates them--her wealth, his unworthiness, her family's outrage--and earn the right to love her.
But just when Meg begins to realize that Bo might be the one thing on the ranch worth keeping, their fragile bond is viciously broken by a force from Meg's past. Can their love--and their belief that God can work through every circumstance--survive?
If you would like to read the first chapter of Undeniably Yours, go HERE.