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Thirty-five-year-old rancher Jarod Beck sacrificed his rodeo dreams to run the family ranch. Now he's on track to restart his life building a training business and starting a family. The new teacher in town interests him, but she is intent on keeping her independence and following her own path. Can they each give enough to find something better than their solitary lives?
The oldest son in a small town Montana family, Jarod had dreams of becoming a champion rodeo calf roper and had the high school level buckles to prove it. But his father's death on a lonely Montana highway and his mother's passing a year later forced him to step up and learn to run the ranch that had been in the family since the 1800s. The time has come to restart his own life by opening a business to train horses and riders to compete in the arena.
Samantha Deveaux fought free of a past of teenage drug use, only to become pregnant. When her boyfriend dumped her, she enlisted her mother's help to care for her Asperger's daughter so she could secure her college degree and teaching license. Determined to succeed at her first job in Choteau, her plans don't include settling down in a small town forever. She has two goals: give her daughter the best opportunities she can and keep her ex out of their lives.
Finding Home is a story about of a young woman who must learn to have faith in people again, and a young man who needs to find a way to help her without stifling her independence. If you enjoy women's fiction with romantic elements, you'll enjoy this book.
Buy Finding Home, Rocky Mountain Front Book 2, to continue this family saga series.