Review: Love of a Cowboy by Jennifer Ryan

Skye Kennedy has always loved the close-knit community of Sunrise Fellowship—but when she witnesses the commune’s new leader commit a terrible crime, she flees…and finds herself in Montana, on the McGrath ranch, and drawn to the stoic yet kind man determined to help her.

Declan McGrath has always handled things himself and focused more on work than his love life. With his newlywed brothers distracted by their beautiful wives, Declan has even more work on his hands. But when Skye arrives at the ranch starving and desperate for work, his loner days are over.

Skye wants to keep her distance and protect Declan from the deadly threats facing her, but soon their relationship morphs into something much more than either of them expected. When she fights back against those out to destroy Sunrise Fellowship, Skye and Declan will have to do everything to protect not just Skye's community, but also their new love...
I love Jennifer Ryan's books but I wasn't sure about this one. I couldn't wait for Declan's story but wasn't sure if I'd like the cult-like theme of it. Because of this fact it took me a bit to warm up to Skye. Not to worry, it wasn't long. 

You've met Declan from the prior books he was in so you kinda got a feel for who he was. He's always come off as a man who works hard and feels the need to take care of everything himself. The second can be a flaw. Sometimes you need help. I like that Skye taught him that. 

Skye was different than I thought she'd be. Living in a community like she did away from all the things we grew up with. But strangely enough, she seemed to have no real issues adapting to life outside the community. The author told you of the things she found different instead of showing you them. I was okay with it because the story was very fast-paced. 

These two together are so good. As with most of Ryan's books, her females rule the world and have a way of taking over everything and doing a better job than most men so you aren't shocked when it seems to happen in the book too. Not that she runs the ranch but she does give Declan some great ideas but she does take over helping her community. By the end of this story, I found that I was going to miss them. They are great together and I really enjoyed their story. This is the perfect weekend read. Have any of you read her?
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