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  • Restless No MOre

    Cam and Molly’s love story in The Restless Cowboy by Megan Ryder, book two in her Granite Junction series, is a tale of trust, opening one’s heart, taking responsibility for one’s actions and learning the importance of compromise. Cam Miller’s life was spent doing things because of decisions and actions of others, mainly his father. He turned their ranch around, making it profitable. He took care of his sister and provided for her. He stood tall and took the insults and blame thrown at him by the townspeople for the death of a young man; a death his father caused. Now that his sister is off to college, Cam can pursue the life he’s always dreamed of, away from Granite Junction. It only took was one night of passion with a secret fling to have him hitting the pause button; even if temporarily. Molly Brennan was enjoying life as a rodeo trick rider until a failed marriage and pregnancy forced her home to Granite Junction to raise her baby. It’s been a few years, but Molly is happy running her own hair salon and raising her eight-year old daughter, Riley, alone. She is a strong, independent woman with no need for a man in her life. Indulging in some no-string fun with a handsome, sexy cowboy shouldn’t hurt or change things. When Molly discovers she is pregnant, she knows she can do this on her own, again, but first she knows it is only right to let Cam know. Cam is not the type of man who walks away from responsibility, he is determined to be a part of his child’s life; except, he’s about to leave town for a new endeavor. Cam is torn between wanting Molly, who feels like home, and his need to break free, especially from Granite Junction. Molly struggles letting Cam go, while at the same time wanting to be in control of her life, not relying on anyone else. Molly has always been able to take care of herself, unable or unwilling to trust anyone to help her or take care of her. What she needs is to learn how to trust; that Cam has her and Riley’s best interest at heart. It will take some hard decisions and major planning, before Cam can follow his heart and Molly opens hers. I loved this story; although it took a while for me to understand Molly. She appeared to be strong, independent, have an “I can do this myself” attitude, but deep down life was a struggle. Because she had done things by herself for so long she didn’t remember how to accept love and help. I loved Cam all along; hard not to enjoy a sexy cowboy. Cam was dealt a difficult life; one he faced by himself and dealt with; never sharing his burden. Cam and Molly were more alike than either realized, both needing to accept help from others and open up to not only share their love but to accept that together they made a better team than alone. The way Cam treated Riley, like a daughter, was precious and added not only to the story, but showed how important those in his life were to Cam; that Cam was not his father. Ms. Ryder wrote a wonderful and heartwarming story that is definitely not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with sizzling chemistry, amusing banter, and endearing characters giving Cam and Molly a chance for love, a family and a future together. I highly recommend The Restless Cowboy to other readers and look forward to the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • Puts Your heart through the wringer

    This book definitely put my heart through the wringer with its blend of intense emotions, tension, drama, inner turmoil and romance. I found myself really pulled into this story of family, painful pasts, future desires and present responsibilities. Overall, I enjoyed this book. The chemistry was great and the feels plentiful. I just had a couple pet peeves with it and felt some frustration towards the characters. I will say that I liked Cam a lot and I surely felt for him. As for Molly, it was kind of a split decision. I thought she had her moments but mostly she just irked me. This is my unbiased and unsolicited review.

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  • Cam ♥️

    After getting to know Cam in the previous book, I wasn’t surprised by his willingness to do whatever he could for not just Molly but for Riley as well. He wasn’t going to let a mere eight hour drive keep him from helping Molly through their unexpected pregnancy. But she certainly didn’t help things by constantly pushing him away. I really wanted to love the pairing of Molly and Cam more than I did, but Molly made it difficult. While I definitely respect the fact that she’s an independent single mother, as well as a businesswoman, she just couldn’t give Cam an inch. She grew on me slowly, but she put him through the ringer. I still very much enjoyed their slow burn romance, though, and thought Riley was simply darling. I love that Cam met his match and got the happily ever after that he deserves.

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  • 3.5☆

    3.5☆ I enjoyed revisiting Granite Junction. What I liked: The writing style The characters Part of a series: Granite Junction Standalone HEA Epilogue I look forward to reading the next book in this series. I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC from Booksprout.

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  • Great story

    This is the second book in the "Granite Junction" series but is so easily read as a standalone. Cam Miller was free at last, he had sold the family ranch with all it's bad memories, he was going to do what he loved, he had bought a leather working business in Wyoming, eight hours away from Granite Junction, that was how he wanted it. Cam was a good man but half the town hated him, years ago his alcoholic father had killed a teenager after a drunken night out, the town wouldn't let Cam forget it' Everything was good......until it wasn't, Molly Brennan with whom Cam had spent a few hot nights, dropped the bombshell that she was pregnant, Molly didn't want anything from Cam, she just wanted him to know....but Cam wasn't that kind of man. Molly had been married to a rodeo rider but he rarely saw her or their eight year old daughter Riley and they were now divorced, Molly had a successful hairdressing salon, she had managed on her own before , she could do it again. True to his word, Cam was there every weekend and at every appointment, their relationship was changing, the chemistry was pulling them both and he was getting close to Riley. This story follows the turmoil of long distance relationships and the hardships that they face. Can Molly let go of control and trust Cam not to run out on her? Could she risk another man walk out of Riley's life ? Could the small town gossips ruin everything? This is a lovely beautifully told. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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