You're Still the One

You re Still the One He s the one she always wanted but could never haveuntil now Today is Rachel McAllister s birthday With her dreams indefinitely paused she turned her family s struggling ranch into the Sundance Dude

  • Title: You're Still the One
  • Author: Debbi Rawlins
  • ISBN: 9780373797400
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • He s the one she always wanted, but could never haveuntil now Today is Rachel McAllister s birthday With her dreams indefinitely paused she turned her family s struggling ranch into the Sundance Dude Ranch it s not exactly the birthday of the century But she s about to receive one heck of a present.Matt Gunderson is back in town The boy who broke her teenage heartHe s the one she always wanted, but could never haveuntil now Today is Rachel McAllister s birthday With her dreams indefinitely paused she turned her family s struggling ranch into the Sundance Dude Ranch it s not exactly the birthday of the century But she s about to receive one heck of a present.Matt Gunderson is back in town The boy who broke her teenage heart into a gazillion pieces And being a pro bull rider has definitely done something for his physique Mmm.Their families have been silently at war for years And with Matt on a break from the rodeo circuit, Rachel has only a few days to see if the chemistry is still sizzling To finally taste the forbidden To treat herself to what might be the best birthday present everover and over again

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    1. *I received this book in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. All opinions are my own and no further compensation was received.My Thoughts:I really enjoy reading and mixing a Harlequin novel with a romance that takes place in rural Montana is almost a sure bet with me but this was an author I was unfamiliar with. Shortly after I started reading You’re Still the One I had no idea how Ms. Rawlins was going to pull a HEA out of this set of circumstances either. Thankfully, most of the char [...]

    2. Picked this book up on sale and it was pretty good! I hadn't read any of the books that came before in the series, so while a few comments were confusing, overall it didn't detract from the storyMatt was Rachel's first love but he left town the day of her 16th birthday and she hasn't seen him since. She is home after getting her Master's degree but wishes she could go off and find herself in the world. She feels an obligation to help out her family and finds herself at a loss with her 26th birth [...]

    3. I gave it a 3. The book was great all the way to the last few pages then I have no idea what happened. It built up this great momentum and fell flat on it's face. A lot of lose ends and quick one sentence fixer-uppers. I don't know if I've ever read a book that ended so abruptly. Almost disturbing. Anyway, I digress. 3 stars. Yes.

    4. Rachel McAllister had a crush on Matt Gunderson when she was a teen. He broke her heart, and now that he's back, she is willing to let their families fued lay behind and go for the person she's always wanted.This is a fast read, but some things left me wondering how they happened. Would love to know more about these characters.

    5. Loving this series, and this was another winner right up until the end once admissions of love were made it basically ended cold and a few side-characters were left with loose ends (what happened with Nikki?! Or do we have to wait for Trace's story to find out?)

    6. Matt/Rachel's relationship is the whole reason I stared reading this series in the first place and I am pleased to say that their book did not disappoint. Great sexual chemistry between the two of them with some realistic life troubles thrown in.

    7. I give this 3.5 stars I love a story where there is a history and Matt and Rachel definitely have history. This could have gone on longer and u felt some things were just dropped which was a disappointment.

    8. While certainly not bad by any means this really didn't live up to my expectations and I struggled to finish it.

    9. i was not impressed. The story was predictable and boring. The only clever thing in the book was the writer made sure the characters used condoms.

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