Review: The Rancher’s Redemption

The Rancher's Redemption (The Millers of Morgan Valley Book 2)


Kate Pearce returns with the second book in a new contemporary western romance series–a spin-off of her successful Morgan Ranch series–focusing on a neighboring family with their own ranch and problems of the heart! Emphasizing family bonds, community and the pride in hard work, this family saga is guaranteed to tug at the heart strings as a widower and a single mother learn that sometimes it’s okay to lean on each other.

Rating: 5-stars


The Rancher’s Redemption by Kate Pearce is a heartbreaking tale. It also is about second chances at love, forgiveness, and new beginnings. One man is reeling from the lost of his wife and kid. A woman is struggling as a single mom raising her son alone. Both characters work hard and are just as stubborn. The mother won’t back down and will do anything to protect her son. Her son’s relations are trying to pry them away from her after so many years. Now, she’s fighting back like hell. That’s where the hero pops in. Both of them knew each other while growing up and now, it seems fate has put them totgether. Friendship and loyalty has a way of creating undeniable things. Sparks fly, feelings grow, and tensions rise high in this epic contemporary romance.

I found myself crying along with the single mother. Her anger was easy to understand and feel. A mother should not have to worry about her only child being taken away from her by people who never cared in the first place.

Overall, this novel was raw and action packed. Kate Pearce kept my undivided attention and hooked me with the first chapter. The emotional journey was just as good as the romance. I recommend this story to all contemporary fiction fans.



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