Resisting the Rancher by Kadie Scott
Resisting the Rancher (Hills of Texas #2) by Kadie Scott was a good feel, frustrating, outstanding read that had me hooked from start to finish.
My first read by this author, I was pleasantly surprise with how much I loved this book. Told in dual POV I was capture from the first chapter, no from when Will saw Rusty dancing and singing in her truck. This is part of a series, but even though they take place within the same world and family, it reads as a stand-a-lone. So no worries if you haven't read the first book. I have always had a guilty pleasure with the whole business like deal weddings, one of my favourites is With This Ring I thee Dread.
Rusty, I loved her, smart, independent, strong; but I did get a little annoyed with some for her standoffness and jumping to conclusions. But it was nice to see that she was the one that had to make things better instead of the man.
Will was a dream guy, like wow, how and where can I get one? He's was a freaking saint for being so patient with the pig headed Rusty. But they fit, and even though they jumped into marriage, their relationship grew at a natural pace and felt real. Will, he for me, was the true star of this book. Sure Rusty is that strong female protagonist that I love, but Will, he stole the show with his unique personality and non-alpha approach to wooing the stubborn read head.
Overall I loved every minute of this book, this is a super high recommendation from me. The writing is witty, entertaining and at no point in this wicket tale did I feel board or done with the story. I wanted it to go on. I will be going back and reading the first book, and every book that follows this one. There are still two more brother and a sister that needs a story told. I am looking forward to jumping beck into this sweet cowboy world.