I’d read the earlier books in this series and really just kept reading not because they were anything special but because Cheyenne McCray can’t tell a bad or boring story. This book however tripped over the line for me. Cheyenne McCray took a sensitive subject like breast cancer and dealt with it with sensitivity and realism. I applaud and commend.
Sabrina Holliday is a breast cancer survivor. She has had a double mastectomy and apparently the asshole she was seeing couldn’t deal and dumped her. Sabrina hasn’t had reconstructive surgery yet and is feeling self-conscious. She is a teacher and is spending summer vacation with a writer friend of hers who encourages her to get out and meet folks. And she meets a gem in the person of Wyatt Cameron cowboy hunk. Cameron treats Sabrina as a woman. He doesn’t belittle her fears he has fallen for the woman not her breasts or lack thereof. This book is full of action, adventure, and love.