Sunday, October 27, 2019

The Rancher Needs a Wife by Delsora Lowe

A big lug of a man lumbers into a “fancy lady's shop” with strict orders to buy a gift for his much-loved step-mother. A place filled with “naughty lingerie” is the absolute last place he wants to be and isn't afraid to show his thoughts. 
          Then he meets the proprietress of said shop and everything in his life takes a one-eighty turn.

Our Review: Just as in the first book of this fun series, author Lowe has utilized the tried and true, and always successful, premise of opposites do attract. We started smiling in the very first scene and never stopped throughout this delightful story.
Delsora Lowe learned two of the cardinal rules for writing romance, committed them to memory, then put them into action with this book: First: Make the hero and heroine meet within the first five pages and keep them together in the ensuing pages. Second: Make their goals, motivation and conflict realistic, compelling and seemingly unsolvable.

Again, Lowe has done it all, and brilliantly. Start a fire to offset these cool Fall days and sit down with this fun, easy read, enjoying terrific characters and an especially terrific setting. We can't wait for the next in this series.

On a scale of 1-5, The Rancher Needs a Wife deserves a 6.

Kat Henry Doran, Wild Women Reviews