More Than a Rancher

More Than a Rancher Does he dare to follow her lead Ballroom dancer Jenna Stevens is done with all things romance It s so much satisfying to focus on her career That is until she meets Sandro Salazar a handsome broodin

  • Title: More Than a Rancher
  • Author: Claire McEwen
  • ISBN: 9780373608713
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Paperback
  • Does he dare to follow her lead Ballroom dancer Jenna Stevens is done with all things romance It s so much satisfying to focus on her career That is, until she meets Sandro Salazar a handsome, brooding small town chef and sometimes rancher Jenna is drawn to him immediately, but there s no way Sandro could fit into her fast paced, urban life.Still, as she gets toDoes he dare to follow her lead Ballroom dancer Jenna Stevens is done with all things romance It s so much satisfying to focus on her career That is, until she meets Sandro Salazar a handsome, brooding small town chef and sometimes rancher Jenna is drawn to him immediately, but there s no way Sandro could fit into her fast paced, urban life.Still, as she gets to know this reformed bad boy, she begins to wonder if maybe their two worlds could merge One thing s for certain Jenna will have to take the lead if she has any hope of Sandro seeing what s possible for the two of themgether.

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    1. There seems to be a mandate in romances that the hero and heroine must meet as close to the first page as possible, so it was kind of refreshing to wait just a little for the hero’s introduction and instead, get to know Jenna a bit on her own first, establish her character apart from Sandro and their love story.Ballroom dancer Jenna, is kind and compassionate, but she isn’t perfect, I particularly liked the moment where she was at her worst, when late in the book Sandro makes a confession to [...]

    2. More Than a Rancher is a book that deals with love, life and harrowing addiction. Contrasting rural and city life, the book captures wonderfully the nuances and quirk of San Francisco while showcasing Sierra Nevada ranching communities. This is my second time reading Claire McEwen and she's a one-click author for me now. She's a fresh voice who creates believable characters and transportive worlds.

    3. This was a pleasant surprise and a good read. I'm finding these Harlequin Super Romances really good stories. This one took a tough subject, alcoholism, and dealt with it brilliantly. How do you handle it with a new relationship, and how do you deal with it when it is a parent. Jenna is a ballroom dancer/instructor and has never had the support of her parents. Plus she is dealing with her mother drinking a little bit too much and her father's infidelities. her best friend is getting married and [...]

    4. I won this book from a contest on Goodrads.Jenna Stevens' family has never been supportive of her choice of work as a ballroom dancer, teacher as well as she competes, calling it her 'hobby' and to look for a real job. Jenna has just been told by her current boy friend that he has been cheating on her for their entire relationship. From her cheating father and now her 'second' cheating boy friend, she feels there is a pattern in the making here. So she decides to swear off men.Jenna's best frien [...]

    5. I absolutely enjoyed reading More Than A Rancher by Claire McEwen. McEwen captures your hearts and attention with the feisty dance Jenna Stevens who knows exactly what she wants or doesn’t want in a man At first she doesn’t want Sandro Salazar, as she has just come out of a heartbreaking relationship and from her first impressions – Sandro is exactly the man that she can’t be with but the fire and desire between the two cannot be ignored.McEwen’s writing is so easy and flowing that it [...]

    6. The first chapter is magical.But unfortunately the rest doesn't live quite up to my expectations.Pros include a flawed hero who's trying to put his life together.He's bending over backwards trying to build a relationship with the heroine -he suggests that she start a dance studio in his town, or that they can try a long-distance relationship.It is hard to warm up to Jenna since she shoots down all his suggestions.Because of her insecurities and failed relationships she finds it hard to trust him [...]

    7. Jenna Stevens is a professional ballroom dancer. Her family thinks she needs to get a real job. Sandro Salazar, the oldest of four sons, of a sheep rancher, is a chef. He fell off the drugs and alcohol wagon in NYC and has come home to get clean, having concluded that big cities are not for him.Jenna meets Sandro and his youngest brother, who wants to become a dancer. She offers to teach him, so Sandro brings him to San Francisco, where he meets with a friend and former colleague making it big w [...]

    8. I loved Claire McEwen's debut book A Ranch To Keep and was excited and eagerly awaiting her next installment of More Than A Rancher. The wait was worth it. Again the characters were very three dimensional and got you wanting things to be just perfect for them. Plus we got to see a little bit of the hero and heroine from the first story. I always love revisiting old friends. But the main characters of this book had their own hurdles to cross and we saw them do it with emotion and feeling. This wr [...]

    9. Some authors are one-hit Wonders and others never hit one out of the park. Claire McEwen is neither of these. This is her second book and it's just as engaging and vividly written as her first. McEwen has a knack for creating memorable and three-dimensional characters, complete with complicated histories and internal struggles. She is a master at conveying feeling and drawing the reader into the psyches of her characters. She also has an amazing ability to so colorfully create a scene it's as if [...]

    10. This was a wonderful romance and written in a very elegant style. I admire the way this author has such high emotional conflict, yet still manages to show why J & S are so right for one another. I also thought she did a marvelous job with a hero that had a sordid past. She wasn't afraid to go after the alcoholism issue and handled it with realism and sensitivity. The subplot with Jenna's father also tied in perfectly with the romantic main plot. 5 stars!

    11. I received this book from the author for an honest review.This was a wonderful story of Jenna and Sandro. I love how they met but didn't fall in love right away. They struggled with some major issues but still got their happily ever after. It was a very enjoyable story where the characters jumped off the pages and struggled with realistic issues. The story was so well written and flowed so well that it was hard to put the book down. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book.

    12. I loved this book so much. The love between Sandro and Jenna was so beautiful to watch. As they were both going through a rough time with their families not believing in them, they were so drawn to each other. Sandro thought the best place for him was in a small town. Jenna believed her life belonged in a big city. When you get to the end you will be surprised about what happens in the end and you will also love this book. It is a Must Read kind of book. More Than A Rancher by Claire McEwen.

    13. This is the story of Jenna and Sandro. Two people who meet, are attracted to each other, couldn't possibly make it work because of geography and careers but it didn't stop them from trying. A love story about heartache, addiction, unsupportive families and sacrifice. There was so much more going on in this story but you'll have to read it to find out. This story was very good but it left me with a question or two at the end.Received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

    14. So I really, really liked this book. For the most part I don't read romance novels. This one, however, is one that I would recommend. I might even chase down the author's other books and add them to our collection. I really liked the setting and characters. It was just a fun read.

    15. ~ARC FOR HONEST REVIEW~Overcoming battles are hard. Overcoming self demons are hard. Trying to love someone who is sure is never easy. But will it happen with these two, can it happen? A easy to follow, well written storyline that you won't put down once you start.

    16. "McEwen’s excellent use of description — particularly in Jenna’s dancing and Sandro’s family’s ranch — add nice color to the story. The obstacles the characters overcome to pursue their passions are quite inspiring" (RT Book Reviews, 4 stars).

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