Series: Willow Bay Stables #1
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publication Date: June 15, 2015
My Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Stars
Change Rein was like reading a beautiful poem. The author’s writing is really quite breathtaking which managed to take my breath away in only 159 short pages. Told from London and Branson’s POV, the love they shared seemed to seep out of the pages and into your heart. You wanted these two to make it. Even though Branson to me came across as sappy and obsessed at times I still feel in love with this cowboy.
Having to cut her riding career short after breaking her ass, London moves back to her dad’s ranch to recover. Shortly after her father informs her and her siblings that the ranch is in dire financial distress and that they risk losing everything. With no other options they accept an offer from Tucker Farms to board his twenty seven impressive horses.
Branson Tucker is a force to be reckoned with. With his shiny corvette and steel blue eyes London knows she is in over her head. But Branson is a very determined man…and he is determined to make London his.
They begin a very heated and passionate affair. Nothing seems to stand in their way except Charlotte. Branson’s very beautiful and very jealous Barn Manager. When London’s life is threatened secrets are revealed and when the smoke clears you wonder who will come out alive on the other end.
Favorite Scene: When London put Charlotte in her place.
Not for long, little lady.
I am going to make her my wife someday.
I know it. ‘Bout time she does too.
This girl, with blond hair and a steel-laced spine. This girl, with blue eyes and a bleeding heart. This girl with fair skin and a passionate prison in her mind. If this girl is the death of me, then I surely want to die.