LIGHTNING ON BENNETT RANCH

LIGHTNING ON BENNETT RANCH          AMBER DAULTON
Posted:  July 3, 2014

Lightning over Bennett RanchMelody Bennett’s parents trampled on her teenage romance with a drifter ten years ago. He disappeared without a word of goodbyes on the night they had planned to run away together. Since then, she cast aside her foolish notions of happily ever after and worked hard alongside the hired help to care for the majestic horses on her family’s ranch. She refused to give love another chance and resigned to live her life alone. 

Max Fortaine returned with a heart guarded by secrets and a sizable bank account that took blood, prayers and tears to fund. The cowboy disrupted Melody’s peaceful existence with stolen kisses and a promise for more. After a lifetime of running, mistakes and regrets, he vowed to reclaim the only woman he ever loved… if only her overprotective father didn’t stand in his way.
MY REVIEW:
      This is a story of a love that never died when in truth it really should have.  Melody Bennett, 17 years old when they met, was 4th generation Bennett living and caring for the ranch.  Her father Wayne Bennett was a stern and hard worker who loved his daughter.  He would hire strays, one stray he hired was 20 year old Max Fortaine.
     He saw her one day ride in on horseback or should I say race in, not thinking she would clear the fence safely, when all of a sudden she stopped the horse on a dime.  She had utter command of that horse as well as his heart from that moment on.
     That summer was a whirlwind and it all came to ahead when they were caught in the haystacks.  A drifter and a good girl would never be allowed and he knew it.  He let her believe that they would run away together when he knew her father would never allow that to happen and sure enough her father wanted to talk to him.
     This story was short and sweet at 27 pages.  It has your heart racing, emotions rearing, and saying awe…either way it has it strung up.  It has all the markings you want in a love story including the selfless cowboy hero.  So, saddle up girls it’s time for a short ride. 
     I am giving this 5 stars.  I do wish it was longer though I really liked these characters and hope that they continue they had a spark that I would like to read more about.  This book was provided by the author for an honest review.  Find us at: www.1rad-readerreviews.com

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