Review: Crooked Tree Ranch (Montana #1) by R.J. Scott

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Review: Crooked Tree Ranch (Montana #1) by R.J. Scott

On the spur of the moment with his life collapsing around him Jayden Sullivan answers an ad for a marketing expert on a dude ranch in Montana. With his small family he moves lock stock and barrel from New York to Montana to start a new life.

Foreman and owner of a third of the ranch, ex rodeo star Nathaniel 'Nate' Todd has been running Crooked Tree Ranch. His partners in the business convince him that he needs to get an expert in to help the ranch survive. He knows things have to change and but when the new guy turns up, with a troubled family in tow - he just isn't prepared for how much

Title: Crooked Tree Ranch
Author: R.J. Scott
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: The Doctor and the Bad Boy, The Paramedic and the Writer, The Case of the Dragon's Dilemma, The Barman and the Seal
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing
Source: Author
Published: December 13, 2013
Genres: Male Male Romance, Western Romance
Pages: 176
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: four-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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This reviewer loves a good cowboy story and when coupled with author R.J. Scott, I knew I was in for a wild ride. Crooked Tree Ranch, the first in her new Montana series, was passion and intrigue mixed with a lovely dose of hot men and larger than life characters.

The Todd Brothers, along with a few other interests own Crooked Tree Ranch. In a slump, the ranch decided to hire a marketing guru in order to turn the ranch into a profitable business.

Jay Sullivan took the job in Montana, uprooted his family and decided anything at that point would be better than New York City. Boy was he right and when he met his own very true cowboy, Nate Todd, eldest of the brothers, the writing was written on the wall. Stubborn to a fault, Nate was intrigued with Jay and the city slicker was just his type.

The professional relationship soon crossed the line to personal, but the fireworks were well-worth the time to ignite.

Ms. Scott provided a fantastic story with passionate personalities. The secondary characters added life to the tale and I look forward to reading each of the brother’s story and the others at Crooked Tree Ranch.

R.J. Scott never disappoints in her writing, creating a world the bounces off the pages and captures one’s attention.

A terrific start to a new series, and one that I will definitely be reading.

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