The third novel in New York Times bestselling author Kelly Elliott’s Meet Me in Montana series shows how family and true love can heal a broken past.
After her mother died in a car accident when she was only five, and her father was determined not to show any emotions toward his only daughter, Timberlynn longs for a normal family. What she hadn’t planned on was finding that family in Hamilton, Montana–thousands of miles away from everything she’s ever known in Atlanta, Georgia. She certainly didn’t plan on falling for Tanner Shaw. A handsome, charming, cowboy who swept her off her feet the moment he looked at her with eyes the color of the Montana sky.
Tanner Shaw was lost and confused…living a life without purpose, traveling between one city to the next. With a longing desire for something he could not quite pinpoint, he heads back to his hometown in Montana to spend Christmas with his family and clear his clouded head. One look at Timberlynn standing in his family’s kitchen, and his entire world is turned upside down. Or was it?
For once in his life, Tanner knew exactly what he wanted and was determined to prove to the only woman he had ever loved that what they shared was worth the risk. But winning Timberlynn Holden’s heart wasn’t going to be as easy as he thought. Can Tanner finally rope in the woman he loves, or will he be unable to help her mend her broken heart?
Good Enough is a stand alone novel in the Meet Me in Montana series.
My obsession with these Montana men know, no bounds. Holy crap, I can not get enough of these Shaw men and the beauty that surrounds them. I now find myself wanting to travel to Montana because Elliott's so dang descriptive, and the beauty in her words makes me breathless without ever even seeing Montana. Which leads me in to how flipping talented this authors writing is. Seriously, what author can make you see things you have never seen with your own eyes just by WORDS? THIS AUTHOR CAN! My goodness, I can not get enough of her talent. I have lived and breathed this series like my life depends on because well... IT IS EVERYTHING! I never want this series to end because the it gives me ALL of the feels. Oh my, it gets me every time and Tanner's story is no different.
The push and pull is cathartic. Elliott did a FANTASTIC job with the development of Tanner and Timberlynn's story. The way she wove the back story in just leaves me with no words. It made the story that more palpable. The depth went well with the narrative of their story. To say that Good Enough flowed like fine wine is an understatement. It was like a movie flashing right before my eyes. The dialogue and witty banter from a family aspect was on point, but the dialogue between Tanner and Timberlynn? I felt it all, word for flipping word. Hello goosies. The chemistry? It was like a lightening strike. It hit, and it hit hard. Tanner and Timber were explosive.
Tanner, oh Tanner. If I could wrap him up and keep him for myself, I would. He is patient and kind. Understanding on a whole new level. This family man / roper truly knows the true value of family and friends. He appreciates the beauty that this world has to offer.
Timberlynn. What a unique name, it's one I haven't seen used before and I love it. She is out to make a world of her own, doing what she loves, with no expectations. She knows love and she knows loss, and she doesn't want either. This lover of horses has a personality that men die for. She is smart and talented in her own ways.
Timber and Tanner took me on the ride of my life, and can NOT wait for more of this series. I can only pray tell its sooner rather than later.
*I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK
*REVIEWED FOR REVIEWS FROM THE HEART
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