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    Deserves more than 5 stars!

    The Rancher’s Son is book two in R. J. Scott’s Montana series. I struggled a bit when I read book one but OMG this book more than made up for that and I’m so glad I read both of them. Ethan Allens life changed dramatically when his brother, Justin and his friend Adam disappeared without a trace 12 years ago. Ethan and Adam had just admitted their feelings for each other but they were so young…and then Adam and Justin were gone. Ethan has never stopped believing that Justin and Adam are alive even when his father, Marcus, gave up hope. This caused a huge rift between the two of them. After Ethan left Crooked Tree Ranch to follow his dream of becoming a cop the rift got even wider. Now it looks like there’s a break in the case and Ethan must follow the lead to see if it can help him find Justin or someone who might help him discover what really happened all those years ago. This story hit every one of my buttons. There’s suspense, mystery and it evoked all of my emotions. At times I had tears running down my face but I also smiled a lot. I know not everyone enjoys an emotionally charged story but for me they are the best kind. I dare anyone who reads this not to feel strongly about what happened to “John Doe.” Like the first book this story is also very much about family and the characters from the first book play an important part in this one. R. J. Scott’s description of Crooked Tree Ranch is superb; I got a clear picture of it in my mind as I read. Her character descriptions are equally wonderful; I found myself wincing while reading about John Doe’s injuries. This story answers a lot of questions that were not answered in book one. And, like book one, this doesn’t exactly have a cliffhanger. The story for the main characters is resolved but not all questions are answered and I for one can’t wait to read the next book. *****Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions*****
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    Amazing Must Read!

    I have to admit that I loved Nate and Jay from Crooked Tree Ranch so deeply that I knew going in that there would be no competition for top spot but boy do Ethan and Adam give them a close chase. Sometimes young love is just that young but every once in a while young love is everlasting, even when the odds are against them and 12 long years of not knowing whether Adam was alive or dead is definitely having the odds stacked against you. Ethan never gave up hope and is rewarded for it but is hope enough? For that answer, you will have to read The Rancher's Son for yourself but just because this is Ethan and Adam's tale, don't think you won't get to see the rest of the crew at Crooked Tree Ranch, after all the ranch is home and home is where the mystery will be revealed. Do you need to read book one first? Probably not but my honest opinion is that it will read much smoother if it is read in order, if for no other reason than to keep characters straight. Once again RJ Scott does not disappoint: mystery, romance, drama, humor, love all held together in a well fashioned saddlebag being tended to by an even better fashioned cowboy who knows how to take care of his gear.
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    The Rancher's Son

    Ethan and Adam has just shared their first kiss when Adam disappeared with Justin, Ethan's brother. Now, after twelve years, Adam has been found but without any of his memories. He can't answer any questions about who he is, where he's been, or if Justin is still alive. Will the feelings that they had for each other then remain true for the here and now? Or has too much time passed? Too many things happened? This is a fantastic romance and mystery book, rolled all into one. With flashbacks that help and hinder his progress, Adam is trying to remember his past. He feels comfortable in Ethan's presence and wants more. Ethan is still burning a flame for Adam, but is wary of starting anything both because of Adam's injuries, but also for the fact that Adam can't remember if he is in a relationship, has a wife and/or children, anything. With a slow build up between these two, a rebuilding of trust, and enough flashbacks to throw a stick at, this book will pull you in and yet still leave you wanting more. The Rancher's Son tells the full story (or as full as it can get right now) of Adam and Ethan. You are not left wanting anything more from these two. HOWEVER, you are left wanting a whole lot more of the full story as it promises to be a good one, with nail-biting twists and intrigue aplenty. Emotional, exciting, slow-burner, this book has it all. Thoroughly enjoyed every word and I can't wait for book 3! Most definitely recommended!!! * I received this book from Enticing Journey Book Promotions in return for a fair and honest review. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
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