After a recent upheaval in her life,
Megan decided that taking an assignment in remote Alaska to
photograph wildlife for a ranch is just what she needs.
She’s swearing off men and decides this is the perfect place
to let her job take her. She’s attracted to Stetson, “call
me Stet”, the foremen on the ranch where she has just taken
an assignment, but isn’t going to allow herself to be drawn
in by his charm. I mean the man wears a black cowboy hat,
for goodness sakes. Though that is one fine looking and
caring man she’s fighting her attraction to.
As her time progresses on the ranch,
she enjoys the wonderment of moose watching under the moon,
seeing a foal born and feeling a part of a family again.
But will she keep Stet at a distance and not let him in her
Hidden Prospects takes place on a ranch in
Alaska. While I had never thought of raising horses in
Alaska, this story has me rethinking my previous beliefs.
The author did a wonderful job of developing thoughtful
characters. I enjoyed how Megan warms up to the Alaskan
wildnerness as well as the cowboy right before her eyes. I
felt warm and fuzzy when I finished reading Hidden
Prospects and I suspect many others will also.