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Love Somebody Like You

Book 5, A Caribou Crossing Romance

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With its breathtaking terrain and welcoming people, the Western town of Caribou Crossing is the perfect place for a heart to heal, and for love to blossom once more…

Since the death of her husband three years ago, young widow Sally Ryland has kept to herself and focused on her struggling business, Ryland Riding. Folks assume she’s still grieving, because Sally has never shared the truth about her abusive marriage, or the trust issues that remain. But when a sexy rodeo rider from her past turns up for a visit, he’s a reminder of the feisty woman she once was—and maybe still could be…

Ben Traynor was always attracted to Sally, but he didn’t move fast enough. Now what Sally needs is patience and gentleness. With an injury keeping him from his next rodeo, Ben has the perfect excuse to stick around and help with her chores—and her healing. And as Sally finds the courage to face her demons and open her heart again, she’ll have to decide if what she has with Ben is more than safety, gratitude, and short-term passion, but a forever love…

From Publishers Weekly

Aug 17, 2015 – Fox's engrossing fifth Caribou Crossing contemporary (after Love Me Tender), set against a captivatingly horsy rural British Columbia backdrop, opens with 30-something widow Sally Ryland, a former barrel racing champion, at rock bottom. The riding school she runs is in financial trouble, her assistant is gone, and her emotional wounds are still throbbing from her devastating marriage to the archetypally abusive Pete, whose fatal heart attack sent her into lingering spasms of guilt. When handsome Ben Traynor, a bronco rider from Sally's happy competition days, unexpectedly comes calling, he decides to stay and help her with the heavy demands of her school. His concern, sensitivity, and growing attachment gradually ease her out of her three-year self-imposed seclusion and her shattering fear of men. Ben has his own troubles: a shoulder fracture has temporarily grounded him from the rodeo circuit he loves, and even though he immediately feels drawn to Sally, he's not sure he's good enough for her. Amid their simmering mutual attraction, Fox works in convincing flashbacks of Pete's excruciating abuse of Sally, as well as snippets of rodeo life that bring the allure of the "confident and purely male" bronco rider to vivid life. The reader knows exactly what Sally needs so desperately kindness and understanding and Fox provides it with the gentle touch that makes her romances especially endearing.

Customer Reviews

Love Somebody Like You

Susan Fox, you have done it again! I love how you really pull your readers into the story, every time.

Again, I laughed, I cried, I awaited anxiously for favorable outcomes. And, as usual, could hardly put my iPad away, only stopping when it becomes absolutely necessary.

Looking forward to Lacy's and Meribeth's stories! Yes.

Georgia Grandmama on the Prowl

Love Somebody Like You
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  • $5.99
  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Published: Sep 29, 2015
  • Publisher: Kensington
  • Seller: Penguin Random House LLC
  • Print Length: 384 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Series: Book 5, A Caribou Crossing Romance
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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