Ry Morgan has always had a thing for Avery Hayes—one more hope his twin wrecked for him, pretending to be Ry to kiss her at the high school prom. Eight years later, Ry has had enough: he’s quitting the pro rodeo circuit, moving home to California to mend fences, and letting his brother clean up his own messes for a change. Reclaiming Avery’s stolen kiss is at the top of his agenda.
This was a pretty good book. I’m not sure I’d really term it a second-chance romance though. It’s more a first chance at a long-ago crush. I felt this was kind of a gender-swap on the injured cowboy storyline, since it’s usually a man that’s an injured from a rodeo. This worked just fine for me. There is a storyline that runs throughout the series that I was unfamiliar with, but it didn’t bother me that I hadn’t read the others. Overall, I enjoyed it and I recommend.
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