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    Great read

    I am loving the Millers of Morgan Valley and even though this is the first book in this spinoff series it feels like going home again. While you don't have to have read the original Morgan Ranch books to enjoy this one I do recommend them to everyone. In this book we get Daisy Miller's story. She grew up in Morgantown along with her five brothers. She broke away and left for a while but now she's back and not surprised to see that some things never change. Her family is just as overbearing and interfering as ever. Jackson Lymond, also newly returned to Morgantown, may be the most interesting person she's met in a while but does she really need or want another man in her life? These two are fun characters and the journey to their HEA made for a great story. I highly recommend it.
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    Love Walks In

    Would love to live with the ranchers in Morgantown. Pearce has made her characters come alive right off the page. Even though this is set in the same town as her Morgan Ranch novels; this can be read as a stand alone easily. Always romantic Jackson Lymond comes across as a desperate guy in search of a serious relationship. Wanting to settle down in his hometown proves to be difficult when he sets his cowboy hat on Daisy Miller who runs the local flower shop. Daisy has some secrets from her family but is drawn to Jackson even though she will not admit it to herself or to him. Fate throws these two together and of course leads to a HEA. "A copy of this book was provided by Kensington Books via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion." ALWAYS LIGHT HEARTED AND A FEEL GOOD READ BY PEARCE!
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    Jackson and Daisy bring out the best in each other

    Jackson has returned home after the death of his father, and has some complicated issues to work out with his brother. Daisy left Silicon Valley behind, for the most part, but she's still got a secret that she isn't ready to share with her family. In order to have an alibi for this project, she turns Jackson's request for a date into a fake-dating arrangement that he reluctantly agrees to. Jackson starts off being a little flighty, almost shallow, but we quickly learn that this is a persona he's developed as a defense mechanism. I loved his steadfast devotion, even when it was costing him so much. Daisy's character goes through her own personal growth arc, too, as she comes to terms with a tragedy in her past and figures out just what risks are worth taking. We also get a lot of interaction with the Morgan and Miller families, including characters from previous books by this author as well as introductions to new folks who will probably be featured in future books. We're given quite a birds-eye view of the entire community as they work together to find the balance between the advantages of progress and the charms of their small-town life. This is the third book I've read in this fictional world, and it's every bit as wonderful as the others. The writing style makes it easy to feel right at home with these memorable characters. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    Contemporary Cowby Romance

    The Second Chance Rancher by Kate Pearce The Millers of Morgantown #1 Returning to Morgantown was a delightful way to spend the afternoon and although Jackson Lymond did seem a bit clueless at times he eventually managed to get the HEA he was looking for. Who does he end up with? Not the woman he started out thinking he wanted...nope...he realized rather quickly that he really wanted florist Daisy Miller instead of Nancy the bartender. Why? Well, she was more suited to him and...Nancy wasn’t interested. As an introduction to the Miller family we realize that with five brothers to marry off there are a number of books to look forward to – hooray! In this book there is a bit of the fake relationship to hide a secret one of them is keeping and they cut it close enough that their HEA might not have happened had the two not realized that they really did belong together. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington-Zebra for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars
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    The Second Chance Rancher

    This is a wonderful first book in the series about the Millers of Morgan Valley. I haven't read the series about the Morgan family yet (as the characters make appearances here) but I really didn't need to. I will say though, that I have purchased them so I will be reading them in the future. Jackson Lymond, left the Air Force and returned home. His brother inherited the family ranch after his father's death but he stays and works the ranch with Cauy, his brother. Cauy has offered to give half of the ranch to him but Jackson has turned it down. Jackson goes into the florist shop to purchase flowers for Nancy the bartender. There he meets Daisy. Daisy directs him away from the actual flowers he wants to purchase as they wouldn't be appreciated. Of course Nancy turns Jackson down for a date and he goes back to Daisy's shop and asks her out! This two were so funny at times. To see them come together in a faux relationship to throw her family off of her "second" job was hilarious at times. Daisy and Jackson have issues to work through and together they are so much better. The road to their HEA was one that was full of challenges and great times as well. I look forward to reading more of this series and getting to know more about Daisy's brothers. This story is one that is very sexy not quite spicy but close. In that regard, I would only suggest this story to anyone over the age of 18.
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