Friday, May 3, 2019

Second Chance Ranch (Montana #5) by R.J. Scott


Rob runs to Crooked Tree determined to find a safe place for his nephews. A family for them is the final thing on his list, and then he can vanish completely. Falling for a local paramedic along the way is a disaster in Rob’s otherwise perfect plans.
Paramedic Aaron, the middle of five brothers, would like someone to love. A great believer in fate he is convinced though, that one day he’ll find someone. He just never thought it would be a man in so much pain, or that children would be part of the package.

Rob is ready to leave. Aaron wants him to stay. Their love has an expiry date, and it’s tearing them apart. Can they find a way to save what they have? 

My Rating - 5 Stars!

RJ Scott's Second Chance Ranch is the fifth book in the Montana series. It is a wonderful second chance romance, full of all the feels.

Rob arrives at Crooked Tree Ranch searching for some help from Justin. Rob's suddenly in charge of his niece and nephews, and needs help finding a good life for them. We slowly get to know Rob's motivations, and it certainly had me in big ugly tears. Meeting Aaron is definitely not something he expected, throwing a wrench into his plan. 

Rob and Aaron are great from the start. Their relationship develops naturally, and just feels right. Their story is full of twists and turns that are fantastic. And snark. So much snark and banter, which I always love. I truly love these two as a couple.

Overall, this series is just wonderful. Full of different families, and many family members, everyone and everything is entwined and I love it all. And this book is certainly about family!

Second Chance Ranch is a story of fear, fear, and more fear. It's a tale about not giving up, and grabbing any chance you have at life. It will grab you, taking you along on a beautiful, emotional rollercoaster. Basically, RJ Scott has managed to wow me again. 

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