About the Book
Bright Star Ranch led him to her–but will he stay?
Josh Lake is forced to head home for the holidays after he’s suspended from his job in the city, but running into Paisley Sheridan could be exactly what he needed. Not only does she board him at her ranch in exchange for his advertising expertise, but spending the Christmas season with her in Big Sky, Montana, brings more joy than he’s felt in a long while. Is he willing to give up the lavish lifestyle he’s worked for in exchange for the gift of love?
The last thing Paisley wants for Christmas is to spend time with Josh Lake—the guy who broke her heart in high school—but until her bank loan goes through, she has to take all the free help she can get. Unfortunately, Josh seems to want back in her life again, and the town’s quirky coffee shop owners don’t help by hanging mistletoe at every opportunity. Will Paisley succeed in driving him away, or will she find the healing needed to have hope for a future together?
Paisley Sheridan’s heart was broken by Josh Lake when she was younger, and who turns up in Big Valley close to Christmas? None other than Josh.
Set during the Christmas season, and during an extremely difficult time for the two main characters, the story pulls us between joy and sadness as they overcome the many obstacles in their paths.
And, oh my, you can’t help but love and laugh at (and with) Dot and Annabel, co-owners of The Coffee Cottage. Their fun-loving antics, especially when matchmaking, are giggle inducing. However, they can be serious, too, if the situation calls for it.
Angela Ruth Strong has written a witty and heartwarming story. As you read Finding Love in Big Sky, Montana, you are struck by how well developed the main characters are. In addition, you feel their problems, having encountered them yourself, or knowing someone who has.
This story is book two of the three-part Resort to Love-Finding Love series. However, it is set in a different state and features different characters. There are a few small interactions with Emily and Sam from book one; nonetheless, it works well as a standalone book.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.