Genre: Romance
Pages: 336
Published: July 2019

Description: When the girl next door returns home as a millionaire to face the farmer who never lost hope, she’s caught between the man of her past and the man meant for her future.Adopted as an infant, Ireland Leighton grew up in the heart of the Midwest. After inheriting millions from her biological parents, she is determined to help others any way she can. The only string is a business engagement with another millionaire. Ireland returns to Iowa years later to plan her brother’s tropical wedding. The festivities would be easier if her sexy ex-boyfriend stayed out of reach and her future wasn’t already planned. Time suppressed his feelings for the girl next door, but Gideon Taggart isn’t about to let Ireland escape again. Farmer by day, veterinarian by choice, his second chance with his first love is far from easy. He soon discovers that no matter how much he loves Ireland, she’ll always choose her family over a future with him.

I received this book as an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

This is my second chance of reading one of Skye McNeil books and I was not disappointed. I loved her first in this series and this one I loved just as much. It is easy to say that hers are ones that I read really fast and am always sad when it is time for me to put it down; and when they end!

I like that the series has a different story for each book because it is just fun to read different love stories. I liked that this book wasn’t just only about the romance, but had a storyline behind it. It had romance and some great humor in it.

The two leading characters were written well, I have to say that I was more rooting for Gideon than Ireland, which is rare, but I felt that he knew right away how much he was in love with her and was more willing to try and make things right. I think too I was rooting for him because it seemed that Ireland kept holding back and was just thinking about her money and stuff and didn’t really think about how it was her adoptive parents that had really influenced her life more. However I still really liked her and was rooting for her to finally just let herself go and get what she wanted. I loved Toby her assistant he made me laugh throughout the book. I thought the other supporting characters in the book were well written and the banter between all of the characters in the book flowed nicely and just their whole story together worked well.

I thought the plot was well written, it flowed pretty well, there were a few times I didn’t know that Ireland had flown home or was back with her family until a little bit into the chapter but then you knew what was going on.  I was glad that there was the threat of a love triangle happening, but that it really didn’t become a huge plot point in the book, that it was more you knew it had the potential to be there but always had this feeling of how the ending was going to be.

Overall I loved the book and was sad it was over, I wanted it to keep going. I did like that at the end you get a little peak at what their future holds. I definitely recommend this book and the first in the series.

Book Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars

Reading Challenges: Golden Trio #22, Popsugar #34, 52 Books in 52 Weeks #45, Around the Year in 52 Books #26, Linz Bookworm #8, Alphabet Soup Author/AtoZ – O, Ragdoll #41, & Bookiary2019.

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