When Summer Nichols inherited half of the Circle W Ranch, she didn’t know her rodeo-riding, bad boy ex-boyfriend came with the deal. But sure enough, Tyler Warren, the man who broke her heart and left her in Marietta years ago, is back and living on the ranch again, claiming he wants no trouble. He’s certainly not back to rekindle their decade ago romance.
Ty only wants what’s rightfully his, and then he’s gone, but not even family secrets and Summer’s deep betrayal can keep him from remembering the good times he had with the preacher’s sweet, beautiful daughter, once upon a time. Summer is more woman than he expected…
Will Ty seize his second chance and finally claim all that he’s lost, including Summer’s love once again?
It took a terrible turn her senior year. Even though Ty had waited around one extra year for her he could never get her to agree to leave Marietta. Her family and friends. And that pissed him off because he felt like she didn’t love him enough just like his dad. That was the main reason he had to leave he hated his dad for what he did to their family.
Not to mention he always compared him to his best friend Lee Nichols. He couldn’t understand it he always took his side the final straw was the night he left town. Lee and he had a terrible fight while they were smoking by the barn. The fight was over Summer. Lee though she should stay and not run off with Ty. They had a fist fight over it when the cigarette landed on the ground starting the fire. They found his cigarette pack blamed him especially when Lee didn’t speak up. His own father Owen Warren believed him. That was the final straw. He asked summer one last time she said “No!” then he was gone.
Two years later Ty hears that Summer married Lee his best friend. Talking about dying all over again. But the marriage was not the love of her life kind of marriage it was mutual. Summer had two miscarriages which added more strains to the marriage. Then about a year ago lee dies in a freakish tractor accident. Now about a month ago Ty’s father Owen dies leaving half the farm to Ty, who by the way is a well-known rider on the rodeo circuit, and the other half to Summer. She had taken time off from being a nurse to take care of Owen for last year of his life. Ty does not make it home to say goodbye to his father or to go to the funeral.
And when he does come home boy does he have a surprise. Secrets are being kept everywhere. Will they be able to handle them? Can they forgive them? I give this 5 stars. Provided by netgalley.com.