Sunrise Canyon

Sunrise Canyon

eBook - 2016
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Though hesitant to expose his daughter to the man war turned him into, Jake O'Reilly agrees to work on the ranch where his daughter is living. There he meets, Kira, his late wife's cousin, who runs a horse therapy program for troubled teens. Though Jake doesn't want any complications in his life, he finds himself drawn to the tough Kira and begins to feel his wounds finally start to heal.
Publisher: New York, NY : Kensington Publishing Corp., 2016.
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781420140118
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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bibliosara May 09, 2019

I love, own, and train horses. I nearly became an Equine Assisted Psychotherapist. And I certainly have a soft spot for romances. So it wasn't a surprise I enjoyed Sunrise Canyon. Kira is an equine assisted counselor living on a ranch in Arizona. She happily spends her days helping children – the 'at-risk' ones that she serves through her program, and her young niece Paige – with the help of her grandfather. But when the husband of her late cousin (Paige's mother) is unexpectedly drawn back to the ranch by her grandfather, Kira finds herself faced with the demons of her past.... and the hope of something new.
When I first started reading Sunrise Canyon, I noticed that it seemed similar to one of my favorite romance authors, Susan Wiggs. However, as I progressed through the novel, I realized that I was enjoying this novel more than any I've read by Wiggs! Dailey has a talent for writing real characters –ones that have flaws (in their looks, in their behavior, in their choices), ones that experience life in a way that reflects the real complications we all have. The ending isn't tied up in a neat little bow – it's heartfelt and a little disarming in its honesty. In addition, the book was fairly clean, with only two intimate scenes that were brief and not overdone. I felt something rare with this novel – I enjoyed the book so much that I nearly don't want to pick up the next one in the series for fear of losing my connection with Kira, Jake, and Paige. Highly recommended!

caj1222204441801 Dec 05, 2016

Great story line. Jake a soldier dealing with ptsd, Kiera a therapist and his daughter Paige. Amazing interactions and a surprise ending. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I have been reading her for a long time and she doesn't disappoint.

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