Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Her Rancher Bodyguard by Brenda Minton (Martin's Crossing #5)

Her Texas Protector 

Bodyguard Boone Wilder isn't keen on his latest mission: watching over a pretty politician's daughter. Boone is from quiet Texas Hill Country, and Kayla is a showy city gal. But once safely settled at the Wilder Ranch, Boone watches Kayla enjoy cooking with his family, caring for his relatives and bottle-feeding calves. There's more to her than he ever knew. Still, the former soldier's wounds are way too deep to let Kayla close. But when he discovers that someone wants to hurt Kayla, Boone must risk his heart to protect what he cares about most.
  • Print Length: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Love Inspired (June 1, 2016)
  • Publication Date: June 1, 2016

My review: Her Rancher Bodyguard by Brenda Minton  (Martin's Crossing #5)


This is good by itself but a lot better if you have read the series in order.  Which I did not do. But I am going to go buy the one book of the series that I have skipped reading somehow.
This has characters that have flaws and are working to be better.  Lots of talk about prayer, forgiveness in a meaningful way.  I really like the Wilder family and hope to see a lot more of them.

Boone Wilder is single.  He is a bodyguard and a rancher.  He is the oldest of his family.  He is a very hard worker.

Kayla's father is running for office.  He has hired Boone to protect her and keep her out of trouble. Supposed to be a easy job.

Kayla has been wild in the past because she was angry.  She had no one to turn to.  Now she is trying to get her life in order, Someone is trying to blackmail her.  She has relatives in Martin's crossing.

This is charming, has plenty of drama, ranch life and keeps you entertained reading it.  It is also a clean read.  

I was given this ebook to read for free in exchange for a honest review from NetGalley and Harlequin.

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