Thursday, 2 February 2017

Mason (Remington Ranch #1)


This was the first book in the Remington Ranch series and I really enjoyed his second chance romance which was filled with so much of drama. It was my firs time reading a book by SJ McCoy and I found that her writing style was good and I liked the dual point of view style as it enabled the reader to understand the characters better. I absolutely loved Mason's character because as you know I have a soft spot for possessive and protective alpha males and Mason had those characteristics together with a sweet and romantic side which made him even more attractive. Gina's character was highly annoying because firstly she had a communication issue because she refused to talk things through with Mason. She also was very immature at times and according to my personal opinion she was cheating on Liam the entire time because she was still in love with Mason as well as she was willing to stay in a relationship with no love and being mistreated which I believe is unacceptable for any woman with self respect. I enjoyed the secondary characters of Mason's brothers and Cassidy as they made a good foundation for the rest of the series. The growth of both Mason and Gina's was brilliant because it was wonderful to see them both mature towards the end of the book. The highlight of the book for me was the combustible chemistry between Mason and Gina because it was both well written and well added into the book. I enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

Rating: 3.5/5


Mason Remington, during high school, had fallen in love with his little brothers best friend Gina. They both thought that they had found everlasting love, but then something went horribly wrong and Gina had left Mason without saying a word. Now after ten years Gina is back in the valley and Mason intends to find out what went wrong and to never let her leave again.

Gina had spent the last ten yeas becoming  successful photographer in New York and now has a fiance, whereas Mason spent his years training and breeding horses in the valley. Gina's father is now ill so she has returned home to sell her fathers ranch and move him back to New York with her. It is now up to Mason to clear the misunderstandings and make Gina stay back in Paradise Valley.

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