- Release Date
- October 2015
- Book 5 of The Montana Ranchers
Mercer, the youngest child of James McKenna, faces life on the ranch without the support of her father after his tragic death. Things are changing. Her brothers and sister are moving on with their lives. Can a new love give Mercer comfort in her grief, or does she need to dig deeper when she learns some problems are too big for her to solve?
Professional bull rider Drake Hawkins is more than a two-bit, washed-up cowboy, but he has to prove it to himself and the woman he loves. If he doesn't cowboy up, he threatens to wreck his chance for redemption. Will the secret he hides also ruin his chance for true love?
Jan 16, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
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MERCER: THE MONTANA McKENNAS (The Montana Ranchers, #5) by Jan Scarbrough is an overall enjoyable, short contemporary cowboy romance. Part of a series, each book is based on one of the blended family McKenna children, but they can also easily be read as a standalone without confusion.
Mercer McKenna is the youngest child and is always trying to be the peace maker in her blended family, being the only child of both James and Liz McKenna. Everything in her world is changing. The death of her father has left everyone devastated, but has also brought everyone back home and face to face with their true loves. Mercer always had a childhood crush on her brother's best friend, Drake, and when he comes to the ranch to be Brody's best man, Mercer is all grown up and feeling more than an adolescent crush. Mercer takes a chance on love, but Drake may not be ready.
Drake Hawkins is a professional bull rider on the downside of his career, but he doesn't know anything else to do for the money he needs. He has a secret that could derail his chance for Mercer's love and believes he is not ready for the responsibilities of a permanent home and relationship. Drake has some life changing decisions to make if he wants Mercer's love.
Mercer's story is another entertaining addition to this series. Even though each book is short, Ms. Scarbrough brings her characters and their emotions to life. The plot includes extended family dynamics, but the H/h are always the focus. The sex scenes are well written with mild heat. A solid contemporary cowboy family romance series. I'll be looking forward to reading more in this series.
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