It's not long before they give into their attraction and settle into life together on the ranch. They find happiness in each other's arms and Clint quickly wonders if Rachel is the girl that can give him his happily ever after.
Rachel's past eventually comes back to haunt her, and threatens her happiness with Clint. Can they work through their demons of the past and find their happily ever after? Or will Rachel leave Clint just like she fled her life before?
Contains strong language and sexual situations. Intended for adults over 18.
I have read other books by Scarlett Metal and I have always enjoyed them so I was looking forward to sinking my teeth in this one. Goodbye Girl left me a little hungry for more meat. It was a little short but enjoyable. Goodbye Girl is a sweet little love story that has some great qualities. If you are looking for a really quick read about a sexy cowboy, this would be it. The story and character development, at times, feels rushed and underdeveloped but it still was a fun little read.
Rachel and Clint meet in a diner; the connection is instant and the love story grows from there. What I found most interesting is Clint’s relationship to his family. They are just as much a part of the story line as the main characters and I found that refreshing. I loved Ma. She was my favorite and the interaction with all the characters is entertaining at times.
Goodbye Girl is the first in the Hidden Lane Ranch series. It is a standalone novel. I think of it more as a novella since it just needed to be developed a little more. It does have some rated “X” scenes and they are hot. Scarlett Metal left me wanting to know more of the story of Clint’s brother Wyatt so due to that fact:
I have to rate Goodbye Girl a 3 out of 5 Platypires. Texas Hugs and Happy Reading!!!