This is the third book in The Sinclair Sisters of Cripple Creek series. I have read the other two books in the series as well. I looked forward to being able to read this book and was excited for the opportunity to review it. I think you could read this book as a stand alone, but that you would have a much greater understanding of the relationship between the sisters if you have read all three.
Vivian is the last of the Sinclair sisters to make it to Cripple Creek. She longs to be with her family, but wants to be independent and prove herself to be more than just the baby of the family. She feels that if she can prove herself she can make up for mistakes in her past. The first person Vivian meets once she gets to Cripple Creek is Deputy Carter Alwyn who she immediately clashes with, but is also strongly attracted to. Carter is drawn to Vivian as well, but she keeps pushing him away. Vivian thinks that because she has made mistakes in her past that she doesn't deserve a man like Carter.
This story was a great story of forgiveness. It was a little predictable, but that's ok it was a good, easy read. I think the first book in the series was my favorite, but I have like all of them. I would recommend the series and look forward to reading the next one that is due out in October. The title of the book isn't the most descriptive of the story though.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.