A Stubborn Cowboy Holds the Key to Ending a Bride’s Worst Nightmare in B.J. Daniels’ ‘Rancher’s Dream’ [REVIEW]

Hawk Cahill

He may have lost her once, but Hawk Cahill is one stubborn cowboy. Meet him in B.J. Daniels’ Rancher’s Dream. (Photo courtesy HQN)

A second chance at love draws an unsuspecting bride into a dangerous labyrinth of deceit and treachery in the sixth volume of B.J. Daniels’ suspenseful Montana Cahills series, Rancher’s Dream. 

B.J. Daniels' RANCHER'S DREAM

HQN

Drey Hunter and Hawk Cahill were childhood sweethearts with a seemingly charmed future in store, until an unforeseeable tragedy befalls them both. Racked by feelings of betrayal, neither of them recover and the incident sends Drey to the big city in pursuit of new dreams and new love.

Now married to a handsome businessman named Ethan, they return to her hometown, only for her husband to vanish on the night of the wedding. Then, when a man is seen shot near the pool and items are discovered missing from her home, Drey realizes something is very much amiss in the quiet town of Gilt Edge.

Feeling as though she’s losing her mind, Drey is desperate, but still hesitant to ask Hawk for help. She knows that he prefers to mind his own business and has serious doubts that he will be able to let bygones be bygones. Finally, however, she bites the bullet and makes the call which will change everything. But will Hawk actually be able to put an end to her nightmare?

Once again, B.J. Daniels doesn’t disappoint her readers. With Rancher’s Dream, she delivers a compulsively readable novel and a twisty plot that seethes with tension and plenty of red herrings. Her characters are flawed, realistic, and compelling, and despite their colorful history and internal struggles, they manage to find redemption and hope through kindness and empathy.

Set against the rugged terrain of the gorgeous Montana landscape, where the men are as alluring as the view, this is smart women’s fiction that delivers more than romance with a dash of danger. Daniels also reminds us of the importance of forgiveness, of keeping our hearts open and what makes life truly worth living.

B.J. Daniels

B.J. Daniels

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

B.J. Daniels is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Rough RiderDead RingerDark HorseOutlaw’s Honor, and Renegade’s PrideSince she started her career, she has sold more than 40 short stories and over 100 books for Harlequin Intrigue and HQN Books.

Born in Texas, she moved with her family to Montana at the age of five. Her first family home was a cabin in Gallatin Canyon and later a lake house on Hebgen Lake outside of West Yellowstone. Most of her books have been set in Montana. Today she lives with her husband and three Springer Spaniels in a unique part of the state.

When she isn’t writing, B.J. loves to play tennis, boat, camp, quilt, and snowboard. Of course, there is still nothing she enjoys more than curling up with a good book. She also loves to connect with her readers and invites them to visit her at her home on the Web at bjdaniels.com, like her on Facebook, and follow her on Twitter.

RANCHER’S DREAM
By B.J. Daniels
pgs. HQN. $7.99

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Rancher’s Dream is brought to you in association with TLC Book Tours.

About Heather Fink
Heather Fink is a writer, bibliophile and award-winning librarian who loves to introduce the next generation of readers to the wonderful world of books. She currently resides in Texas.

One Response to A Stubborn Cowboy Holds the Key to Ending a Bride’s Worst Nightmare in B.J. Daniels’ ‘Rancher’s Dream’ [REVIEW]

  1. Thanks for being on the tour!

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