Sarah Landon had managed to escape form her tiny little hometown of Two Shot, Wyoming. She’d even gone to an Ivy League school. But when her sister needs her help she heads back well close to back a small city an hour away from her home town. After the tragedy’s that had haunted her teenage years, she traded spurs for heels and jeans for a suit.
Working in public relations for Carrigan Oil Company of course means she has to relate to the public in which she had been desperate to escape. This also means she has to relating to the boss’s brother, a real rodeo cowboy Lane Carrigan, She can’t keep her eyes or her hands off of him as the one secret she fought to keep comes bursting open flooding her with grief from her past and hopes toward a future.
Lane’s Brother wants to drill for oil on His Ranch. But Lane absolutely refuses, He can’t stomach the thought of letting his brother destroy the beautiful land. He’s also seen what these kind of things do to small towns., Bringing in workers that run amuck and ruin towns.
But Sarah’s determined to change his mind. In fact, her job – and her sister’s survival – depend on it.
I’ve read a lot of Joanne’s books and love how she brings these people together that bring out the best in each other.
This is a truly touching story that will grab any reader who’s struggled to be comfortable with who they really are.