They’re going to claim her. Together.
She just doesn’t know it yet.
Catherine’s life is in New York. The property she’s inherited is in Bridgewater, Montana. Going back to the town she visited every summer as a child stirs up long forgotten memories and a girlhood crush, on not one teen-turned-hot-cowboy, but two. Cousins Jack and Sam Kane. Fortunately for her, in Bridgewater, one cowboy’s never enough.
In this contemporary version of Vanessa Vale’s USA Today bestselling, Bridgewater Ménage series, Catherine is forced to choose the life she really wants: the big-city lawyer or the small town cowgirl with two men who want to take her for a very dirty ride.
I loved the fact that Vanessa Vale brought Bridgewater to the 21st Century and they still lived the same way they did when it was first established. It was a great book with awesome characters. The only thing I wish though was that Katie (Catherine’s) mom hadn’t forgotten who she was and where she came from it would have made for a much better relationship between them. Jack and Sam Kane were awesome in how they handled everything and how they interact with not only one another but Katie as well. They balance each other out nicely.