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Mason returns to Sweet Valley, Montana, with nothing but a backpack full of rejections. After nearly a decade in the big city experiencing the highest highs and lowest lows, his heart and spirit are shattered. Fire robbed him of cooking—the only thing he’s good at—and now he’s out of options.Thrust into instant fatherhood, Dean struggles to find a balance between getting tMason returns to Sweet Valley, Montana, with nothing but a backpack full of rejections. After nearly a decade in the big city experiencing the highest highs and lowest lows, his heart and spirit are shattered. Fire robbed him of cooking—the only thing he’s good at—and now he’s out of options.Thrust into instant fatherhood, Dean struggles to find a balance between getting to know his young son and building his business. Meeting Mason again after many years apart just adds another element to the juggling act. Dean’s vision for his ranch give them a chance to work together—to find each other and to heal—but it’s no easy feat for a grief-stricken little boy, an overwhelmed loner used to focusing only on his work, and an insecure chef. Can they find the path to healing and happiness?...

Title : Letting Hearts Heal
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ISBN : 9781632163165
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 200 Pages
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Letting Hearts Heal Reviews

  • ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~
    2018-12-07 09:06

    This is a rather slow-moving, uneven story of two former high school best friends and lovers reconnecting after nine years. Dean is busy modernizing the ranch he inherited from his cold and distant father. Dean has dozens of ideas, from catering weddings to creating a monthly fresh produce box with recipes. He has also recently been thrown into the role of daddy when Wyatt, the 4-year-old son he didn't know he had, comes to live with him. Wyatt is is the result of a one-night stand Dean had years ago with a woman in a desperate attempt to pretend he might be straight. Dean, ever so careful about using condoms, apparently forgot just the once. Wyatt's mother, who before her death in a car accident (what else?) was seemingly poor and an alcoholic, knew Dean was the father but never contacted him about child support. Right, because that's totally believable. Enter Mason, back after being forced out of town by his bigoted family and Dean's cruel father. Mason is a chef scared of cooking. He was traumatized by two kitchen fires and now has a phobia so extreme he can't even make pancakes. There were way too many ideas here, none of them particularly well executed. The connection between Mason and Dean was lukewarm at best, and the story had almost no steam.Wyatt, Dean's son, was a perfect angel. He was quiet, obedient (except for one time where it served the plot for him not to be), brilliant, never spoke out of turn, played quietly on his own, napped at all hours, ate a lot of peas, went to sleep each night without a fight, and was a joy to take to the mall. Mason never minded shopping, and Wyatt made it downright fun.Said no parent EVER.Where can I find a boy like this and can I trade in my own rambunctious, I-do-what-I-want 4-year-old son? I feel like I've been screwed, and I demand a refund.This book was set on a ranch in Montana, but it didn't feel like Montana or a ranch. There were general, vague, Wiki-like descriptions but no details, nothing concrete or real or tangible that would ground the reader in a place. I did not believe that these guys were cowboys. Dean seemed to be drowning in money. Cost was never an issue, even though he didn't seem to have a big source of steady income. The MCs tip-toe around each other and finally get together (at 56 percent) only to have Mason ask for space (at 70 percent) so he can heal from his fear of fires and abandonment (he still stays on the ranch, just moves back to the guest room). This felt false. You don't break the only good thing in your life so you can fix something else. There was no tension here, no momentum. A couple melodramatic plot points were thrown in, but overall the story, while sweet in parts, was flat and uninspired.

  • Mel Bradley
    2018-12-08 03:41

    Author: Luna JensenPublisher: Dreamspinner PressWord/Page Count: 167 pages epubPublished: January 2015This is a new author for me, and based on her website, her first published book as well. I read enough to be a bit weary of first timers, but I am so glad I ignored that and purchased this book.Set on a ranch in Montana, the premise is two people find each other again after a nine year separation and a lot of “life” getting in the way. Throw in a young kid, a fear of cooking, and the main characters Mason and Dean try to find a balance between what used to be and what can be now.Overall, the story is a nice one – more of a romantic tale than anything else, but it’s a good read. There were several parts that seemed to be glossed over for no reason while other seemingly benign things took up more pages than needed (and one plot line that I don’t think was solved). But it’s all forgivable because the characters are relatable and loveable – and you’re cheering for them to figure it all out.This is a good read for someone who wants a romance read – there isn’t really any heat in it, so great for first-timers. If you’re looking for hot cowboy action, this isn’t the read for you.Out of four…Overall Read: ♥♥♥Sex Heat: ♥Plot: ♥♥♥

  • Shannon Root
    2018-11-19 04:55

    Not bad just okI liked both the characters, but felt that Deans issues did not ever get resolved. The book focused on Mason and his trauma. The ending felt rushed and all the differences were not resolved.

  • Carol
    2018-11-19 10:41

    This is a sweet romance, both MCs are likeable and this book was an enjoyable read. It is the first book I have read where a MC had a child and was struggling to develop an emotional connection. The author did a good job of not glossing over this and yet creating two very likeable MCs.

  • Christine
    2018-11-30 07:52

    Nice romantic read with a little bit of heat, a few things left unanswered though.

  • Lily Quinn
    2018-12-08 08:05

    I really enjoyed this book. The author created some likable characters and an interesting plot. I couldn't put the book down once I'd started reading.

  • jules0623
    2018-11-30 05:45

    1.5 stars

  • Ptdog
    2018-12-01 07:59

    Nice story. I like daddies with children meeting nice men stories. And, I like cowboy stories. This is the best of both worlds.

  • Morgana_lefay
    2018-12-12 04:39

    3.5

  • Shirley (Secret Squirrel)
    2018-12-12 11:02

    The was not very well executed. The story dragged and the conflicts were forced.

  • Secretly Reading
    2018-11-14 05:56

    3.5 starsI enjoyed this gentle reunion romance. It had nice family building as well as a good romance. It wasn't quite erotic enough for my taste but overall an enjoyable read.