Rugged, quiet, hardworking, Wyatt takes his position as head of the Kinnison family seriously. But the scars of betrayal by the women to whom he once trusted his heart now prompt his stark, simple game plan, and no one in hell is going to convince him any differently. What matters most, besides the welfare of his brothers, is to manage the ranch left to him and never risk his heart again to something as foolish as love—but after meeting Aimee, Wyatt begins to realize that a man should never say never to a determined second grade teacher.
When vivacious, resilient Aimee Worth loses her twin sister in a tragic accident, she makes the choice to live out her sister’s dream of teaching in the small mountain community called End of the Line, Montana, never suspecting she’d meet her Mr. Right in the middle of nowhere—he just doesn’t know it yet. Used to challenges, her spirit shatters the perceptions that have kept him isolated from living life beyond the ranch, proving to him that when it comes to love, the greatest risk is not taking one.
I really enjoyed this book! I love Christmas reads and I absolutely love damaged heroes and watching their journey to heal. Wyatt’s mother abandoned him and his younger brother, Dalton when they were just kids. Luckily their stepdad, Jed, had the guts to step in and raise children that weren’t his. What a man!
After a failed relationship, Wyatt is even more protective of his heart and skeptical to trust any woman. This saves him from heartache yet leaves him very lonely. That is until the feisty, quick-witted Aimee turns up on his doorstep one wintery night. Aimee has hurts of her own but can’t deny the connection she has with the broody cowboy.
I loved the interaction between Wyatt and Aimee. I also loved how Aimee was able to melt the ice around Wyatt’s heart and slowly get him to trust and love again. It’s amazing what the right man, or woman can do in someone’s life. A sweet love story and a great comfort read!
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