Review: Country Thunder by Cheyenne McCray

Miranda Hawthorne has made a new start in the small town of King Creek, Arizona. She’s a horse therapist who works with children and adults with disabilities and is perfectly fine being single and living a fulfilling life helping others. After what her ex put her through, she doesn’t need a man, thank you very much.

A stallion threw Justin McLeod’s daughter, and she hasn’t been able to get back on a horse. On recommendation, he takes his daughter to a horse therapist to help her work up her courage to ride again. The moment Justin meets the beautiful Miranda, he knows he needs to get to know her better. A lot better.

Miranda is determined to keep her distance and stay single. Justin is determined to break down all her barriers and show her she belongs with him.
I've been a fan of McCray's for what seems like forever. I just love her writing. She such great characters, ones you want to know more about. 

We all know how much I love a cowboy and Justin is a special one. He took in his stepdaughter when her mother passed. It just gives you a warm feeling. We all know my Achilles heel is men with kids. They are just such a turn on. 

Since this is a shorter story most of it moves very quickly which I liked. I like it when a story moves. 

I also really like Miranda too. She's very sweet and has gone through much in the last couple of years. I didn't really blame her for keeping it all private even from her parents. Of course, it didn't help her cause any to do so. 
For the most part, this is a fun, well-written story with likable characters that cause you to want to know more about this family. I did wish the author add more togetherness with the daughter and both of them. I feel it would have given us more of a family vibe. I also didn't care how Justine handle hearing about her divorce papers. Saying she made a mistake set me off. You'll have to read it to understand why I don't want to ruin anything. 

Other than those two minor issues I enjoyed it and want more of this family. Of course, I wish she'd go back and write about the levels but that doesn't seem to happen. We can always hope. If you're into paranormal check them out. So good. So, have any of you read her?


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