I loved this book! Anxiety-ridden Meg Cole has just inherited her father's oil empire, along with his ranch and Thoroughbred farm after his early death. She plans to close down a few of his interests, including the horse farm, but Bo Porter negotiates for six months and asks her to visit the farm. Bo was prepared to dislike the woman who plans to take away his dream job, but he feels inexplicably drawn to and protective of her. However, they come from two different worlds and he doesn't feel like he can measure up. Meg has a hard time trusting people, especially men, after she was burned badly in a previous relationship. Is Bo just what he seems or is he hiding something?
This is well-written, with great characters and a great romance! I loved seeing a flawed heroine who struggled with panic attacks, which isn't something you see very often. Bo was a little too perfect and I did actually wish for more detail in their conversations as they got to know each other, instead of being told what they talked about. I liked the action scenes and really liked Meg's search for a purpose and what she should do about a career she didn't want. I loved the focus on faith and especially how Meg turned to God for help and wisdom and also received such wonderful Biblical advice from two women in her life. This is definitely going on my keeper shelf to reread! Run out and buy this book!
I received this book free from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for an honest review.