I've never been there, but from these two books alone I've already developed a love for the region of the United States that this story is set in. There's something about stories set in the west that really draws me in, and I can just imagine the scenery and how beautiful it is. As far as the novel itself - I was drawn in to Garret's story from the first chapter, and I as I was reading, I noticed that the relationship and romance between Rayne and Garrett takes a lot longer to really establish itself, even though it's obvious that there is chemistry between the two of them from the beginning of the book.
I think the slow pace at which it developed was actually a brilliant choice by the author A.C. Wilson, because each had fears and other matters which held them back and needed to be addressed. Both of them needed gentle nudges of encouragement from other characters, and the dialogue in this aspect was something that I loved, especially from Travis, Garrett's father. He's probably one of my favorite secondary characters in the series, always knowing exactly what to say when it comes to observations and words of advice.
I really enjoyed this book, and I recommend it to anyone who likes contemporary romance with a western setting. My rating is 5/5 platypires.