Home to Montana is easy to fall for the characters. Does make you hungry for all the good food they talk about. It's a clean read.
Alisa Machak is chopping wood with a ax outside of thier cafe when Nick Carbini and his dog Rags show up.
Nick offers to finsh cutting the wood for table scraps for his dog.
Alisa recongizes a drifter right off. She was hurt by her son's drifter of a father that left her before her son was even born. She has a lot of stuff to do so she agrees to the deal.
Alisa mama the owner of the cafe and motel that is next door offers Nick a handyman job to feel in for her handyman that had to leave for family emergency but would be back in two weeks.
Greg notices the dog as soon as he gets home from school and asks if he can pet the dog. Greg and Rags fall in love with each other.
Nick is dealing with a lot of issues mostly PTSD. becasue of PTSD he drank and hurt someone in a bar fight. He did 3 years in prison for it. The prison chaplen was a lot of help to Nick.
When Mama has a accident and burns both of her arms badly, Nick steps into help.
Nick was trained by the army to be a chef. He was in Afghan when the kitchen was hit by enemies and he survived with rod and screws in his leg.
Greg really wants a dog and a dad. He wants to be with Nick and his dog.
Alisa is afraid that she will be hurt again when Nick leaves. Once she knows that he is a ex-con she is leary of him but she needs his help badly.
I grew to care about Nick,Alisa and Greg. wanted they to become a strong family.
Alisa was willing to help Nick with his problems once she understood them.
I enjoyed getting lost in the story and look forward to reading more from Charotte in the future.
I was given this ebook to read and in return asked to give honest reviews by Netgalley.
Publisher: Harlequin Love Inspired (March 1, 2013) 224 pages