Review: Raining in My Heart (The McKays, #1) by Rita Hestand

Raining in My Heart
Romance – Western – Contemporary

Julie’s father died and she must go home. Going home isn’t easy for Julie McKay since she hadn’t seen her father in a long time and she’s had a daughter he never got to see. But in her father’s will she is shocked to find out that the father that adopted her, is her real father, and that if she agrees to stay on the ranch for a year she’ll be a very rich woman. Can she up end her life and go home?

~ 2.5 Raining In My Heart Stars ~ 


I don’t usually read contemporary romance, but I got this free on Amazon.  The cover is HOT and well who can turn down a Cowboy, so I figured I’d try something new.

I liked parts of the store and other parts I just could not stand. It had a little to much drama and long winded conversations that repeated themselves. To much sexual tension between the main characters and not enough release. Julie just made me frustrated with her feelings running all over the place and her regret. Cade on the other had is a sweet caring cowboy, whom I feel for at the beginning. I enjoyed Caleb the old cowhand the girls “deceased” father hired; thou we all can figure out whom he is right from the start.

Book 2: Ring of Fire
 
 
 
Book Two of the McKay’s, Letty has moved home as the stipulation of the will reads and spends her time doing modeling gigs and helping around the ranch. When she meets horse wrangler, Hank Silver she is instantly smitten. Only problem is, there’s a hands off policy of all the McKay girls to the cowboys on the ranch. So Hank doesn’t want to get tangled with Letty, even though she sets him on fire

Owner/Review and mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. However what I am not is a writer. I apologize now for the grammatical and punctuation errors I make, because I know I’m going to make them. I’m a mother, wife, dog owner, animal, and book lover. My favorite animals are horses. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy. My favorite shifters are dragons!

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