Book Reviews, Contemporary Romance

Review – Regret at Roosevelt Ranch by Elise Faber

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Regret at Roosevelt Ranch; Roosevelt Ranch #4 (Series)
by Elise Faber (Author)

This review is from: July 28, 2019 By Kay Daniels
Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Heat Level:🔥🔥🔥

This is the second book I’ve read of Roosevelt Ranch (sadly I still haven’t had time to catch up with the first two books, they are still sitting in my TBR pile) and I’m still loving the small, quaint town and people that Faber writes about. This time we visit the local diner, where aside from the actual Ranch, a lot of the action in Darlington, Utah transpires at. I love that we finally get a glimpse into the man who has had a hand in helping so many others, Henry Miller.

Henry is at times, gruff, but also a loveable teddy bear. We have always gotten a sense that he has been wounded, but we never knew by whom. We finally meet the woman that put a thorn in Henry’s paw, Isabella. She doesn’t show up in town alone though. Her fiancé appears, even though Bella claims to no longer be engaged. Sergio is slime personified. This creates a whole new emotional level of chaos in Henry’s life. Is he ready to jump back out of the pan into the fire again? With the town at his back, Henry is ready for anything, but the bigger question is, is Bella ready for Darlington?

If you haven’t read any of the Roosevelt Ranch books yet, the great thing is you can pick them up at any point and jump right in. They are a quick, easy read that will always leave you with a good feeling after you finish them.

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