A Rancher Worth Remembering by Anna Grace

Posted April 7, 2023 by Marsha in 2023 New Release Challenge, Harlequin, Harlequin Heartwarming, Little to No Sexual Content (kissing), Modern Western Romance, Owned or Purchased, Series, Small Town Romance, Sweet Contemporary Romance, TBR Pile Read / 0 Comments

Could this unforgettable rancher…

Be her perfect match?

Matchmaker Clara Wallace keeps her anxiety in check by avoiding messy complications—including gorgeous and stubborn rancher Jet Broughman, her teenage crush.

That’s not so easy in small-town Oregon, especially when Clara starts matchmaking for Jet’s best friend.

Fully prepared to clash with a skeptical Jet, Clara is shocked at his kind, steady help with her work…

Could Clara be ready for a second chance match of her own?

Titles in the Love, Oregon series include — A Rancher Worth Remembering —♥— The Firefighter’s Rescue —♥— The Cowboy and the Coach (2023) —♥— Her Hometown Christmas (2023) —♥— Reunited with the Rancher (2024) —♥—

This is an adult romance that does not contain graphic violence, swearing, or sexual situations beyond kisses.

A TBR selection

Title:  A Rancher Worth Remembering
Series:  Love, Oregon #1
Author: Anna Grace
Genre:  Modern Western Romance
Published:  December 27, 2022
Publisher:  Harlequin Heartwarming
My Rating:  4

A Rancher Worth Remembering begins the Love, Oregon series with a story that grabbed my attention, and my emotions, rather quickly as a small-town matchmaker finally makes the match of her dreams… for herself, eventually.  Clara and Jet have a history, a not-always-so-great high school history, and it was fascinating to see the growth and determination of each of them from those high school days to the present.  I also appreciated the way that Clara’s anxiety was addressed in a realistic, even relatable way that may open some eyes to what dealing with anxiety on a daily basis can be like.

I felt that this story gives a very strong foundation for the rest of this series.  We meet several people who will play a large part in the Wallace siblings’ futures, and I definitely want to know how they all get paired up eventually.  Especially one grumpy brother who seems to have the weight of the world on his shoulders.  I loved “the parents” and hope that they’ll play a part in future romances of their children.

I really enjoyed Clara and Jet.  They have such a unique situation to face, some major misunderstandings to overcome, and perhaps even need to get out of their own way to happiness.  Watching their love story unfold was a charming if at times, frustrating experience.  If you love a second-chance romance, an interesting reason for several missteps by both the hero and the heroine, or simply love a well-written, emotional romance novel… then I’m betting that you’ll love this one.

I own a Kindle edition of this title

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