Seth Kincaid survived a fire in a cave, but he’s never been the same. He was always a reckless youth, but now he’s gone over the edge. He ran off to the Civil War and came back crazier than ever.
After the war, nearly dead from his injuries, it appears Seth got married. Oh, he’s got a lot of excuses, but his wife isn’t happy to find out Seth doesn’t remember her. Callie has searched, prayed, and worried. Now she’s come to the Kincaid family’s ranch in Colorado to find her lost husband.
Callie isn’t a long-suffering woman. Once she knows her husband is alive, she wants to kill him. She’s not even close to forgiving him for abandoning her.
Then more trouble shows up in the form of a secret Seth’s pa kept for years. The Kincaid brothers might lose their ranch if they can’t sort things out. It’s enough to drive a man insane–but somehow it’s all making Seth see things more clearly. And now that he knows what he wants, no one better stand in his way.
Having read the other two Kincaid novels, I was most excited to read this one. I think Seth is my favorite brother, perhaps because he is the most endearing. When reading a Connealy book, however, I have to prepare myself for some light-hearted fun. The men are strong, but the women are fierce. I will admit, at times it’s a little strange to me, how impressive these women are, but then I’m not from Texas ;)This novel starts off with a bang and pulls you in right away. There were moments when I had to suspend my disbelief at times, but overall, if you like Ms. Connealy then this book doesn’t disappoint. There weren’t too many characters that I got lost in the novel and the romance between Seth and Callie, though not deep, had time to develop. Honestly, I really liked the way she wrapped things up in this series and would look forward to a fourth one about you-know-who!
If you want to learn more about this novel check out:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeSzqacHzQM&list=UUOTCh77FT1ZAyg-Mrj97HWw&index=2&feature=plcp
*I received a compliementary copy of this novel to review, my opinion was not affected in any way*