I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Reed by R.C. Ryan
Series: Malloys of Montana #3
Published by Forever on April 25th 2017
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A new beginning...
A fresh start. That's exactly what Ally Shaw needs and what she's found in Glacier Ridge, Montana. Creating a simpler life with her young son and reconnecting with her only remaining family-it's all part of Ally's plan to chase away the pain of her past. But when a dangerously irresistible cowboy rescues her little boy, Ally can't deny she's excited about what else the future might bring.
Reed Malloy was a wild horse who wouldn't be broken. Devoted to his work on the land at the expense of everything else, he'd never met a woman who could hold his interest... until Ally. And now, beautiful Ally and her fearless, freckled child have this cowboy wanting more. This isn't Ally's first time at the rodeo, though, and convincing her to trust him isn't easy. But there isn't anything he won't do to keep her safe... and make her his.
Reed Malloy’s story is book 3 in the Malloys of Montana series. These stories take place in a small town call Glacier Ridge. It’s such a quaint little town where everyone knows everyone and where everyone knows everything…or do they? The way the author has the setting of Glacial Ridge, it’s a town I’d love to call home if it existed!!
Reed is in town one day when a small child with a cape on darts out in the street and Reed snatches him up before he gets hit be a vehicle! He’s ready to chew out the irresponsible person that left him on his own and then he sees her……..Ally. All thoughts vanish from his mind and he’s focused on how beautiful she is and then he quickly remembers what just happened.
Ally has left the city in Virginia to make a fresh start in Montana. Since she only has her uncle she can call family, it’s important to her that Kyle, her son, know his family. However, family member Archer isn’t so glad to have her. He’s very mean to her and Kyle and eventually the reader finds out why he’s so mean. She’s opened a story called Ally’s Attic and while getting ready for opening day Kyle disappears. She runs outside and there he is in the arms of a hot cowboy, who looked very upset with her! Uh oh!
A sweet, emotional and suspenseful story! This could be read as a stand alone, but once you read about Reed’s other hot brothers, you’ll want to read each story! Reed was such a great man, very focused and also very true to his family. Ally was very strong and also very focused in her goal to make it work in this town. They both were so perfect for each other, but each thought they weren’t any good for the other one. Can they meet in the middle and just let love…..just be love? – Reviewed by Judy
If you haven’t had a chance to start this series you should, its full of love, danger and a sense of belonging. This story focused on Reed the youngest of the brothers who lost their parents in a snowy night crash. Reed is working on developing cattle free from drugs hormones and such and it’s his life until he goes to town one day and stops a cute red haired boy from getting hit by a car. When he sees his mother he is tempted to scold her but the sight of her frantically looking for her son stops him.
Ally just opened a new shop in town and when four year old Kyle didn’t answer she ran out looking for him. When she sees him being held by a man she is frightened till she sees how he son reacts with awe. Reed and Ally are instantly attracted to each other but Ally doesn’t trust her judgement and Reed has always been focused on cattle. When Ally has a little problem with her uncle Reed steps in to help her get her apartment over the store ready quicker. The trouble with her uncle will not be her only problem and she may not survive it. The Malloy’s welcome her and her son as only they can and they are so close you can’t help but feel good when your done reading it. I just love what a strong woman Ally is and how she wanted a better life for her son. – Reviewed by Linda