Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Review: Hearts Crossing Ranch by Tanya Hanson

Hearts Crossing Ranch by Tanya Hanson

Publisher: White Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



A beautiful city slicker and a rugged cowboy…The perfect Wild West adventure.

Cowboy Kenn Martin bears the guilt for allowing a coach to ruin his younger brother’s bright athletic future. Feeling unworthy of any happiness, he’s lost his faith in relationships and in God. When he meets Christy Forrest, he begins to hope for redemption but soon learns his past mistakes aren't something she'll easily forgive.

On the Colorado wagon train adventure planned by her late father, landscape designer Christy Forrest seeks to find peace in the nature she loves. However, she can't let go of her anger at the drunk driver who killed her dad—or the woman who did nothing to stop the man from driving. Falling for Kenn Martin begins to lighten her heart…until she realizes the handsome cowboy carries heavy a burden all his own—a burden she’s not sure she can accept.

Ashira Datya’s Review

Hearts Crossing Ranch was a cute little story about two people who needed to find their way back to their beliefs and to reclaim life and live it the way it was meant to be lived.

Christy needed to get away and grieve for the loss of someone very important in her life, while Kenn is living his life, regretting something he didn't do years before which ruined lives. Together, they heal and learn to embrace their faith and forgive themselves and allow themselves to move on.

While Hearts Crossing Ranch is an adorably cute story, Christianity plays a huge role in the story. That isn't a bad thing, no matter what you believe, it is important to have some kind of faith.
I give Hearts Crossing Ranch two Tea Cups and a heat rating of one.

2 Tea Cups!


1 comment:

Tanya Hanson said...

Hi, thanks for taking the time to read this, but you realize it is an inspirational? So of course faith is a big thrust and heat takes a huge back seat LOL.


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