Title: The Right Ranger
Haley Wagner's life just got a lot more complicated. As if turning her struggling ranch around isn't tough enough, she's forced to call him for help. With his hard eyes and even harder body, Cord is an irritatingly sexy contradiction of hot and cold. How can she possibly hide her embarrassing secret when just looking at Cord is a combustible event?
Former Army Ranger Cord Brannigan has a secret, too. He promised his fallen teammate he'd protect the tempting, fiercely independent Haley from a distance, but now they're stuck together for three weeks. Alone. Keeping his hands off will take every ounce of control he can muster. And that control is slipping...
Author: Donna Michaels
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: In A Ranger's Arms, Her Secret Ranger
Series: The Men of At Ease Ranch #3
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: In A Ranger's Arms, Her Secret Ranger
Published by Entangled Publishing Source: Publisher
Published: June 12th 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romance
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Book three in Donna Michaels’ The Men of At Ease Ranch is every bit as good as the first two. The Right Ranger pairs Cord with his friend and fellow Ranger’s widow, Haley. The secrets between these two and the reasons they each feel they can’t be together are romance novel clichés but Michaels writes well enough that the reader can still really enjoy the story. Her characters are completely likable, the dialog flows easily and I genuinely cared that Haley and Cord find their happily ever after.
Cord is hot and a really good man. Haley is fiercely independent and working incredibly hard at creating a new business model to save her ranch. They’re both characters I respected and liked even when I wanted to smack their heads together. They spend so much time keeping the same secret from each other and I wanted to blurt it out so they could move on. I wanted them together sooner rather than later!
I like that the men in this series are deeply affected by their experiences in the military and war and yet they’re not portrayed as frighteningly or irreparably broken. I also love that the women are strong, capable and good at their businesses.
I can easily recommend this book for any fan of romance, military hotties and the western lifestyle.