A Man with a Past.

Falcon Hunt awakens without a past–or at least he doesn’t recall one. When he makes a new start by claiming an inheritance, it cuts out frontierswoman Cheyenne from her ranch. Soon it’s clear someone is gunning for him and his brothers, and as his affection for Cheyenne grows, he must piece together his past if they’re to have any chance at a future.

from Baker Book House

My Thoughts:

I’m so invested in this series! There’s certainly no lack of adventure in the lives of these characters.

The second of the series, A Man with a Past backtracks into some of the first book’s territory which I found a little disorienting at first. I wanted to hit the ground running and get straight to my friends again. But I suppose the additional information was important to lay the framework for Falcon’s character, especially since readers knew so little about him from the first novel.

I’m all for a tough-as-nails heroine, but Cheyenne was even tougher than that. And bless her heart, she had reason to be, but I truly enjoyed the scenes when her character was able to soften a bit.

I love the little makeshift family of the Hunt boys and all of their people, and I’m excited about the next in the series! Connealy does an excellent job of setting the stage for the next book and I can’t wait.

Fans of inspirational western romances will truly enjoy this book. A Man with a Past is available now.

I received a complimentary copy of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. All expressed opinions belong to me.

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Book Boyfriend:

Falcon. I wasn’t sure what to make of him in the first novel of the series, but I ended up loving Falcon Hunt. He’s tough as steel with a good head on his shoulders (even if he can’t remember much), and I love the way his surroundings don’t change his Tennessee thinking. He’s not afraid of a stubborn woman and he has a good heart. He’s a man you’d definitely want on your side if trouble breaks out!


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