Betrayal by Robin Lee Hatcher

Betrayal By: Robin Lee Hatcher

Julia Grace is finally free. She lost her husband the previous year, but with that she has also found freedom. Her former husband gave her all the reason to not trust men, and to close her heart off to everyone around her. Now Julia lives on her ranch trying to make ends meet, her brother-in-law appears to be a decent guy and continues to offer to buy the ranch from Julia. Her heart is set on keeping the ranch and being able to maintain it, when she isn’t quite sure how to handle the quickly approaching days where she will sell her cattle a stranger appears.

Hugh Brennan is a stranger on a mission, searching for the family that he was separated from as a child he is making his way across the country to find the his sisters. When his horse becomes injured he finds himself at the ranch of Julia Grace, Hugh does not have a lot he can give but neither does Julia so in exchange for food and shelter Hugh finds himself working on the ranch with a woman who has surrounded herself with walls and won’t let anyone inside.

The ranch is in trouble, the money that was raised has been stolen, Hugh has left and Julia is not sure if she will be able to find a way to keep the ranch running alone, she may have to ask for help and accept the help from a man she hardly knows.

Hatcher has written a story that will keep you turning the page. A great story about opening up your heart and learning to trust after having many reasons to close yourself off to the world.

I received this book complimentary from Zondervan in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.


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