He’s brought a stranger into the house to tutor Ellie and she just can’t understand why. Ellie doesn’t need tutoring — she needs to go outside and ride her horse. Sure, the broken leg will make it difficult but, she’s sure she could do it.
Judd just can’t help but to feel guilty. Ellie is his responsibility and he’s letting her down. He’s managed to keep his heart and loneliness in check since his wife’s death – giving in only to love his daughter and aunt. He absolutely refuses to allow this interloper into his heart!
While I enjoyed the book it just seemed so very long. The pages seemed to drag. I can’t say there was anything wrong with the book, it was really sweet and a solid romance, but since the only conflict was emotional, I tended to get bored.
|Source:||Harlequin via Netgalley|
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