Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Bad Boy Rancher {Book Review}

Title: Bad Boy Rancher
Series: Rocky Mountain Cowboy's #3
Author: Karen Rock
Genre: Western, Contemporary Romance 

Book Description:

He’s not the only one who needs saving…

But maybe they can save each other?

Dark, brooding, dangerous…and possibly suicidal. Renegade rancher Justin Cade was exactly the kind of man former army chaplain Brielle Thompson needed to avoid after escaping the horrors of Afghanistan with an honorable discharge—and PTSD. The whole point of moving to the remote Rocky Mountains of Colorado was to leave the darkness behind, not fall back into it. But falling she is…

My Review:

Hmmmm, I don't even know where to start with this review. This book has all the feels in it. I've known from the start of these Cade family member's that I have wanted to get to Justin's book. And Mrs. Rock does not disappoint with this one. 

Oh my poor heart with Justin.... If you haven't read this series yet and don't know who Justin is. Than Justin is the twin brother of Jesse who was murdered. Justin is a young man who is broken and lost without his twin brother. He's a young man who feels like he doesn't deserve to live without his other half, that he was the bad one and he deserved to die. My heart broke for him every time he thought he didn't deserve to be alive, and broke a little more every time he put himself down. I loved watching him dig himself out of that hole. 

I have to say that Brielle was a character that was fighting her own demons. And I will admit at times got on my nerves a bit. But at the end of things I did really like her. And I thought she was a good match for Justin. 

I really loved this book from start to finish. I have loved this Cade clan from the start and their's something about this family that just makes you rally around them. I can't wait for Jewel's book.

I'm giving this book 4.5 Stars out of 5!!!

Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book from Prism Book Tours for my honest review. The opinions in this post are 100% of Busy Bumble Bee Book Reviews and may differ from others. 

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for your beautiful review, Wednesday! Justin's story was the one I most looked forward to telling because I'm very close to my sister (we're Irish twins) and I knew I could get in his head about how it'd feel to lose someone that's almost an extension of who you are. I can't imagine losing my sister and for Justin, tapping into that pain and confusion and anger was something I could identify with for sure. I'm actually writing Jewel's story right now. Before it, you'll get Cole Loveland's love story which I hope you'll love, too :)