Thursday, September 28, 2017

Roping His Heart by Jaclyn Hardy {Review}

Roping His Heart (A Destined for Love Romance: Mansions) by Jaclyn Hardy
Published September 26th 2017 by Dragons & Fairy Tales Press 

The old mansion down the road from Rachel's ranch has always been her escape. No one has lived there for years, and she dreams of owning it herself someday. So when she finds a handsome city guy walking around inside who claims to own the home, her world turns upside down.

Patrick's career is just taking off in the city, and he couldn't be happier. The news of his father's passing brings a silver lining when he finds that he's left with a large mansion in a small ranching town—the perfect place to expand his business.

But when Patrick meets the beautiful and fiery Rachel at the mansion, he begins to wonder if he made the right choice. Now he must decide if his business is worth going home to, or if he's willing to leave his city life for the woman who has roped his heart.

Part of the Destined for Love Mansions series:
- Kiss Me in the Rain by Lindzee Armstrong
- Roping His Heart by Jaclyn Hardy
- The Princess and The Pizza Man by Cassie Mae
- Mending Faces by Lorin Grace
- Love Me at Sunset by Lucinda Whitney
- Saving Her Plantation by Cami Checketts


My Review: 4 Stars

Wouldn't it be awesome to discover an old abandoned mansion belongs to your family? That's exactly what happens when Patrick's dad unexpectedly dies and he discovers a deed in his dad's papers. The only problem is, Rachel's been saving up to buy this place for years, since no one has claimed it, and has big dreams for it.

Rachel is spunky and they're both stubborn, but what really struck my heart was the way that Rachel was still willing to help out and share ideas, even when things were going her way at all. She's not one to hold a grudge, which was refreshing. I loved watching these two opposite worlds clash and meld and when the sparks started to simmer, my heart was won over.

I know the focus of the story isn't supposed to be on the mansion, but that part was very fascinating and I would have loved to see more of the renovations. As it was, the slower-paced, wild and free setting of Idaho was a breath of fresh air and the romance was as sweet and tempting as the Fourth of July pies. 

Content: mild romance

*I received a copy, which didn't influence my opinion in any way.*


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