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    great read

    Another great book from Morgan ranch. This one is a love story between new found sister from Morgans Rachel and new owner of neighbor ranch Cauy. Lovely book with two well-developed characters. I loved both of them they were so opposite Rachel open, optimistic and talkative and Cauy her dark opposite. But in the end, they developed toward each other deeper feelings. The story has a great plot, it is fun, has a few unexpected twists and is just enjoyable to read. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    Great read

    I loved returning to the Morgan Ranch and finally getting Rachel's story. I've been waiting since the start of the series and it didn't disappoint. Her story is rich in family, humor, and unexpected romance. Cuay Lymond is an intriguing character with a sad history but a spirit that won't quit. He and Rachel make a great pair and their story is one you don't want to miss. I highly recommend it.
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    A great addition to the series.

    I’ve really been enjoying this series and The Rancher is one of my stories in it. The other books have been about the Morgan sons and I’m glad that we finally get to read Rachel’s story. Don’t worry if you haven’t read the other books, I think this one stands alone fairly well. Each of the books has an HEA for the featured couple but there are overlapping arcs in a few of the books. Cauy Lymond returns to the family ranch he inherited from his father only to find it falling apart. He left home at 16 because he could no longer handle the way his father treated him. A horrible accident has left him scarred and withdrawn. Rachel Morgan is still getting to know the family she only recently discovered she has. Her mother kept a lot of things hidden from her and died without revealing the secrets she kept. After a lengthy search, one of her previously unknown brothers found her and invited her into the family. The Rancher was such an intriguing book. We get hints about what happened to Cauy but it takes a while for the story to reveal what happened to him. When he and Rachel meet they are attracted to each other but many things keep them apart until they finally give into the lust they both feel. There is more mystery in this story, with new developments we didn’t know about in the previous ones. What happened to Cauy really made me sad but it was also uplifting to know what he’d overcome. Both he and Rachel share similar emotional scars of not being good enough or wanted by one of their parents. I laughed and cried while reading this book, a sure sign that it’s a winner for me. I don’t know if there will be more books in the series or not but there are a few more characters that I think deserve to be written about. At the very least I'd love to read a big Christmas family story this time next year.  A review copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley but this did not influence my opinion or rating of the book.
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    Rachel and Cauy's is a story of love and healing

    Isn't going from heartbreak to HEA, with all kinds of messy things, like drama, emotional scars, falling in love and making it work, exactly what a reader is looking for in a good romance book? Rachel and Cauy's journey to their own is a real page turner. Rachel not only shows her own strength of who she is, but finally comes to terms with her brothers and the past that has always lingered as they truly become a family again. Next door neighbor Cauy comes back home to build the ranch his father left to decay. Fighting his own demons as well as the Morgans isn't as easy as he thought it would be as he falls for Rachel. The drama and suspense as they fall in love, is such a perfect ending with Cauy and Rachel Morgan's story. I have enjoyed reading all of the Morgan stories, and as each book is a standalone read, it is a series I would recommend. I would like to thank NetGalley and Zebra/Kensington Books for gifting me "The Rancher". My opinion is my own. This is mine. 5 Stars!
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    4,5****

    The family drama at the Morgan Ranch has intrigued me over this series. The characters are interesting with their strengths and weaknesses, their appealing and irritating habits of nature make them like most of us, thus easy to relate to. The family has faced so many problems over the years, or should I say decades, yet one of the happier events was when they found their little sister, Rachel, again. No, it hasn't been all dancing on the roses to adjust being part of a family Rachel Ford Morgan had no idea existed, but with time and lots of TLC, she is slowly but surely finding her place with the rambunctious crowd that is her biological family. Some of the struggles of that adjustment are shown in this story, and the mix of pain and jubilee Rachel experience aided her way to my heart. Cauy Lymond has faced troubles and heartache in his life from the young age. The difficult relationship with his father drove him from home at the early age of sixteen. He has made a good life for himself, but paid the price dearly, with an accident that scarred him for life, and a divorce that left him skeptical towards love and romance, happiness in general. He is on the quiet side, an introvert, who avoids big crowds and rather lets other people take care of the conversation surrounding him. The connection between Cauy and Rachel is immediate, the attraction somewhat sweet in nature, and their physical chemistry sizzles. They seem so perfect together, like two opposite making one harmonious whole, if they could just communicate better with each other, and trust the raging emotions in their hearts and minds. I enjoyed the story. It is entertaining as it pulled me into the country life; to the troubles and concerns of the rancher's life, to the drama of the families, the neighbors, and unruly guests of the dude ranch. As much as the book is a love story between Rachel and Cauy, it is also a part of the Morgan family saga, that has continued over the series. The whole family is gathered together for the holiday season, and the readers get to witness the progress of their lives and loves. An enjoyable, inspiring, and touching story of families that sticks together and has each other's backs in all the hurdles of life, and in the midst of it all, two broken souls, people who deserve to be loved and cared for maybe more than most, find the home of their hearts within the safe harbor of each other's souls. ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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