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  • Very emotional!

    This is book two in the Cold River Ranch series and it features Ty and Hannah. The crown of the queen of Rodeo Forever couldn’t be tarnished and Ty and his reputation would definitely tarnish it. They were in love and secretly married. She got pregnant and when she went to tell him before his ride, he was not happy about it and they had a huge fight. What happened next would set the course of Hannah’s life for the next year and a half. This story is about Hannah’s battle to either divorce OR reclaim the man she loves but doesn’t remember her or the fight they had before his accident. She’s a fighter! I love that! I didn’t like how long it took her to tell Ty about Jack. It kind of made her look she didn’t want to share either of them with each other. I also didn’t like their extreme lack of communication despite living together. I do think there was too much left unsaid between Ty and everyone else. This was an emotional story line with fantastic characters! It’s a story full of introspection with a beautiful HEA. I can’t wait for Brady’s story.

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  • 4 Star Cowboy

    He has been riding bulls in the rodeo ever since he left home at eighteen, but Ty Everett’s last fall causes partial amnesia and his return to Cold River Ranch to figure out what comes next. She was a Rodeo Queen who gave up her crown and her innocence for Ty Everett but now Hannah Monroe wants a divorce only he can’t remember her, their secret wedding or even the son she never meant to hide from him. Even if she’s willing to start over, what will happen when the truth comes out? This ‘Cold River Ranch’ romance is gut wrenching emotional tale that captures readers’ hearts and refuses to let go. Ty and Hannah have lots of sizzling chemistry and the beginning of their romance was a fairy tale come true but true to life the relationship hits a major obstacle and then events conspire to keep them apart. The emotions are intense and flows from the pages at high velocity as readers become caught up in this couple’s reach for happily ever after. The pace is steady and continuously builds the suspense of this relationship and the answers to several questions. The strong, unforgettable characters engage in a game of pretend that has some very high stakes indeed with lots of feistiness and stubbornness that has sparks flying in every direction along with a complicated family dynamic between Ty and his brothers that adds to the volatile emotions of this emotionally gripping romance that readers don’t want to put down.

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  • Memory Search

    Tears were falling through a few pages of this Love Lost Love Found Novel. I have read other Crews books and they are all worth your time. A boy's abusive father scars him to believe he is a violent and unable to love man. When Ty Everett is seriously hurt while being thrown from a rodeo bull he losses his memory and a whole lot more. Hannah Monroe also deals with a mother who has trust issues due to dealing with a AWL husband. Healing and destiny make this an enjoyably narrative. "A copy of this book was provided by St. Martin's Press via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."A BIT LIKE KATE PEARCE MORGAN RANCH SERIES WHICH I ALSO LOVE.

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  • Grab the tissues - it's a long road to the HEA!

    Ty and Hannah's romantic beginnings are told in flashback, as the story starts after they've been apart for a year and a half. He lost a huge chunk of his memory in the bull-riding accident, but he hasn't told anyone. Hannah shows up at Ty's family ranch in Colorado, hoping to at least get answers, not quite daring to hope for more. These two have a lot of emotional baggage to work through before they can fully participate in a relationship, much less a marriage. Most of the story deals with each of them having to come to terms with their relationships with their own parents and how that affects their ability to move forward. The story is sometimes gut-wrenching in its honesty, yet it is built on a foundation of hope and family values. I couldn't put it down, finishing it in the wee morning hours. Since this story takes place almost entirely on the Everett family ranch, we also see quite a bit of interaction with Gray and Abby from the first book, and much more of Brady, which only makes me want to read his book as soon as possible. These three brothers have a lot to overcome, and these stories of their healing and rebuilding are absolutely riveting. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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  • Stayed up way past my bedtime!

    This book, I loved it so much! Like, really, really, broke my rule and stayed up way too late on a work night to finish it because I couldn’t put it down, love it! What wasn’t to love? Cowboy, my crack. My favourite trope, right there. Smart, shy, and sassy heroine, hold me back. Interfering family, because they care so much, but don’t know how to show it, all over the place! But really, the relationship, the discovery of Ty and Hannah, I loved the people they were, the people they are, apart, together, fighting, making up, everything all about them. Once I hit a certain point, I knew thinking about setting this story aside was a lost cause. I needed to see how they got their HEA. I needed to move past the pain they were causing each other. I needed them to see what the other saw in them. I needed them to get their closure, get past it all, and find the love they were so capable of. And when they did, when it all came together, I just kept crying those tears of happiness!

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