Brodie Tyler is down on his luck–way down. Down enough to camp with his baby sister in a tent to get away from relatives he’d hoped would help him. His parents are gone and he’s got nowhere to go, but he’s determined to keep his sister safe with him, no matter what.
This was a really sweet, fun story about two men who truly deserve happiness and find it when they least expect it. I know I can always count on Andrew Grey to deliver a wonderful, touching story and he did it again with Nowhere to Ride!
Ky is trying to rebuild his life after he was accused and then stood trial for a murder he didn’t commit, he was cleared of all charges but still lives in the shadows of the accusations. He still lives with the pain of the experience and the loss. Brodie just wants to provide for his baby sister Emily after losing their parents. He thought he could help from his cousin and his wife but that was an awful situation he had to get away from, even if it meant living out the car and a tent. That’s how these two meet, in the midst of a massive storm, Ky comes across Brodie and Emily on his land and takes them in and offers them safety.
What develops between these two, well three including sweet little Emily, is a touching family dynamic. Right from the very start Ky and Brodie just fit together. They bring compassion and caring and despite the difficult situations these men have been through, they open themselves up to each other quickly. These two stand up for and support each other in rough moments and become such a sweet family.
This is a quick, easy read but Andrew Grey delivers a lot of emotion and there’s quite a bit that they have to work though, uncovering secrets and healing wounds. The characters are great, yes I adored Ky and Brodie but sweet Emily and the wonderful Aunt Rita add so much to the story as well. A wonderful, sweet read that made my heart happy!
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