Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Review: Wild Hearts by Jessica Burkhart
My Rating: 4 Stars
Date Read: August 2015
Publication Date: May 5, 2015
Paperback, 386 pages
Summary from Goodreads:
Enjoy Wild Hearts and the other standalone titles in Bloomsbury's contemporary If Only romance line centered around an impossible problem: you always want what you can't have!Brie Carter's father's land development business has taken her family all over the world,
but as soon as they arrive at their new home in Lost Spring, Wyoming, the town turns out to protest. They don't want a new hotel if the resident mustang population will be displaced or hurt as part of the deal. Then Brie meets Logan, a gorgeous local who has a special connection to the mustangs, and she is immediately drawn to him . . . and the horses. However, with Logan's father leading the protests and Brie's father refusing to budge, it's clear that their parents are heading towards an all-out war. Can Brie and Logan find a way to save the mustangs and be together? Or is their love doomed from the start?
This new title in the If Only line is the perfect summer read and proves that love flourishes in the wildest places!
This book was another cute addition to the If Only Series. I've found that these books can be hit or miss, but I definitely liked this one. I liked the Southern Gentleman/Cowboy Logan. He was sweet and polite, and he respected Brie. He didn't treat Brie like crap just because he disagreed with what her father was doing.