About the Book:
Luke Braden is handsome, wealthy, and the best damn gypsy horse breeder in the Midwest. After a restless youth, he's finally ready to settle down--only connecting with women is nothing like connecting with horses, and he's never met a woman worth the energy. After an arrest in a neighboring town, Luke's past comes back to haunt him, and he realizes that his inability to find love runs deeper than he ever imagined.
A chance encounter sweeps Luke and Daisy into a world of passion. For the first time ever, Luke feels a connection, but Daisy's life in Trusty is anything but permanent, and Luke can't manage a future until he puts his past to rest.
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Love Blooms Bright As Past Hurts Dim…
When she returns home to help her parents and offers her services in the small town’s urgent care center. But, life has its way of fixing itself. Luke remembers Daisy from high school. He also recalls how he didn’t do much to help the beautiful and smart Daisy. However, as I turned the pages and the pages turned into finishing chapters, the love story developed between Luke and Daisy is one that burns steadily, but it burns red hot all the same.
Luke has his own demons to fight in order to move forward in his life. He never knew his father. He feels that he will never have a chance at future happiness if he can’t reconcile his past. I did find myself irritated at Daisy’s inability to choose between a prestigious career in family medicine in Chicago or New York after her brief stent in her hometown, Trusty.
Melissa Foster did a great job at the growth of character as the story progressed. So by the end, after laughing, crying, angrily shouting at the stupidity of a few of the secondary characters, I sighed at the happily ever after. Luke and Daisy find peace, and happiness within each other’s arms. And they are part of a loving, close-knit community that many people, including me, wished that they were a part of. I am looking forward to continue reading the rest of the series as I tell my fellow romantic readers to pick up this book.