The Rancher’s Rescue – Return of the Blackwell Brothers – Book 2

What would you do if you were saddled with debt and jobless even though you are a licensed veterinarian but not in the state where you just found out that your ex-girlfriend’s sister was having your baby and you know she would never consider leaving the state where you’re not licensed to practice even though you vowed you’d never return to said state unless it was to sit through the reading of your grandfather’s Will but meanwhile you’ve been called back there because your beloved brother needs your help to try to save your grandfather’s ranch that you grew up on but that your grandfather has run off and abandoned leaving behind mounting debts that you’re not in a position to shore up and the only person who can help you to access some of your grandfather’s assets to temporarily save the ranch is one of his ex-wives who is a judge that grandpa was married to for five days who you believe still hates you for blowing out her truck’s tires when you were a kid and who refers to you as “Day Two” but who you need help from desperately because you don’t want to let your brother down in his time of need?

Are you still with me? Welcome to Ethan Blackwell’s life! He’s got a lot going on, but he’s not willing to stay in Falcon Creek longer than what’s necessary to help his brother. But what about Grace Gardner and his baby dilemma? Someone has to be willing to compromise, but neither seems likely to budge on their convictions. Will Ethan “stop running” and find that what he’s looking for is right in front of him? And will Grace recognize Ethan’s true feelings and get to fulfill her dreams in the only place she’s destined to call home?I loved this book!! The fully fleshed-out characters endear you to this series. I liked the build up to Ethan’s finding out he was going to be a father, along with the suspense of learning how Grace’s sister, Sarah Ashley, would react to the news that her sister is carrying her ex-boyfriend’s baby. I didn’t know what to expect but the way the author tidies up all of these seemingly impossible scenarios was truly impressive. And again, those characters!! Judge Myrna Edwards was one of my favorites. The way the scene played out between her and Ethan put a smile on my face. I can’t provide any more details because I don’t want to give too much away. This book has substance. And that epilogue! 😂

All I can say is I am enjoying this series to the point that I’ve thrust aside a couple of other reading commitments to squeeze these books in because I can’t wait to see what happens next.

Thank you so much, Cari Lynn Webb, for a complimentary copy of The Rancher’s Rescue. In exchange I have provided an honest review.

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29 thoughts on “The Rancher’s Rescue – Return of the Blackwell Brothers – Book 2

  1. Wow, this does sound like a brilliant read. I love your enthusiasm about this title. Hopefully, the other books in the series will make you equally happy and the character development will continue to be so good. Fab review, Laurie.

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    • Thank you!!
      Yes, this book is part of a five book series. The Rancher’s Rescue is book two. I’m really getting attached to the characters. Each book is written by a different Harlequin Heartwarming author. Thus far I’ve been thoroughly enjoying it. ☺️
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. 😊

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  2. Great review and I’m really looking forward to reading this series. I thought I was missing this one, but the one I’m missing is #5 which makes sense as the publication date is November 1.😉 You are really tempting me to reorder my queue, but I am trying to resist!😇

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    • Thanks, Linda. I couldn’t resist starting the first book even though I do have other commitments, and now I’m hooked! 🤦🏽‍♀️ The characters continue to develop and I’m getting rather attached to them.
      I hope you’ll enjoy the series just as much, too. 😊

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