Series: Mustang Valley (Book 3)
Giving away her baby for adoption was the second biggest mistake of
Sierra Powell's life. But after a miraculous turn of events, she is
reunited with her toddler son and they return to Arizona. Too bad
Sierra's first mistake is waiting for her there -- Clay Duvall, a much
too charming cowboy. And onetime love of her life.
Clay is not about to let go of the opportunity to raise his flesh and
blood. He proposes co-parenting -- meaning Sierra and Jamie have to move
close to him. Real close, as in onto his property. As far as Sierra's
concerned, he has no say in her son's life; Clay was the one who walked
out on their relationship.
Will the sparks between Clay and Sierra set off the formerly feuding
Powell and Duvall clans...or will they rekindle an old passion?
Good book. Now that Sierra had her son back, she realized she needed help, so she went home to Mustang Valley. She did not expect to see that Clay, the father of her son, had also returned. He took one look at Jamie and realized that he was the father, and there was no way he was going to lose any more time with him. He offered Sierra a job and a place to live on his property to make sure of it. Both he and Sierra had some major issues to overcome. Sierra, having lost her son once, was paranoid about letting him out of her sight. She also wasn't sure she could trust Clay not to break her heart again. At the same time, Clay couldn't get past the fact that she hadn't told him she was pregnant. I was glad to see that there was counseling involved, as it was obvious both needed the help. I was also glad to see that more information came out and was resolved about the sale of Powell land by Clay's father.