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Review originally posted at Doodle’s Book Blog Wow! I wasn’t sure I would like Briar going into the book. Chasign strong, protective instincts are immediately aroused, and with great finesse, he rescues her and carries her away on his horse. Briar Thompson is an amusing drunken mess but also emotionally distraught but Chase, being the gentlemen that he is, takes pity on her and helps her out, which starts an unexpected friendship.

She is drunk but yet she knows she can rely on Chase and trust him not to hurt her or take advantage of her. So when Chase tells her that he’s leaving Florida for good and moving back to Montana, neither of them want to lose their new found friendship.

There were some chasinv of the moment choices that weren’t completely believable, but those choices were made by two teenagers in love. She ends up running to the school soccer field where she meets Chase.


I think it takes courage to break away like that when you’re in high school. I loved the two main characters, Chase and Briar.

Yeah, that’s this book for me. Chase wanted to go back to Montana. Chase is the kind of guy that I’d be proud to hang on my arm.

East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Briar decides to take a risk and heads to Montana with Chase for the summer.

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Briar was an awesome heroine. Brair and Chase were adorable together! Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.

She’s got a lot of sass and this amazing scrappy side, something I’m sure she inherited from her grandma whom I adored. It completely ruined the book for me personally.

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All he ever wanted was to run the ranch in peace. I liked that their relationship started out as a friendship, but developed into a lasting love. I’ve met a few cowboys and Chase fit the description.

I stayed up all night and loved every page. Lord I love me some j.c.isabdlla and country boys. Still, I could totally see why Briar and Chase love it so much.

His mother abandoned Chase and his father when Chase was a very young child. I’m not typically into the whole cowboy thing, but Chase rocked it. I was having so much fun reading about Briar and Chase and ranch living that I wasn’t ready to let them go. I really, really liked this book. But when she stumbles upon Chase in a park one night, drunk chxsing injured, everything changes.


With her Grandma’s help, and after run-ins with her ex-boyfriend Alex, j.cisabella his friend, she goes to spend the summer with Chase at his ranch in Cahsing. How different j.c.isbaella see city life compared to country living. Briar Thompson had it all.

His mother has signed him up to attend a ritzy private school, which is a huge change for Chase, because until now he has been home schooled. However, it is only possible for her to do this due to the combination of the help of a co-conspirator, her adorably quirky grandmother, and the routine physical and emotional abandonment of Briar by her parents.

Showing of reviews. As I said earlier I adored this book.

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The grandma was a hoot. Apr 27, Nicky rated it really liked it Shelves: Jun 17, Jenn rated it it was amazing Shelves: Swoon worthy, mysterious, fun loving cowboy Chase. She sees how superficial and shallow her life has been and decides to just be who she really is, instead of who others want her to be.

I swear, the story is like a fairy tale.