từ Baghamari, Odisha, Ấn Độ
made me laugh, am tired of her not choosing Joe or Ranger!!!!
Rating 1.5 stars It was a pain finishing The Rancher's Surrender, I had to force myself to keep reading since I don't like unfinished books. Ugghh...how I hated the heroine Zoe, she was horrible, selfish, pessimist, a jerk, constantly arguing and thinking the worst of people, hell she wasn't the only one who had gotten a bad deal in life. Zoe inherits a ranch along with her foster sisters Delia and Maddie, so they leave LA, to come to a ranch left them to a woman who may be the grandmother of any of the three. It's always been three against the world, poverty, hunger and more. They find the ranch is worse than they expected and then are greeted by Ty, the manager and neigbour, from the start Zoe acts like an ungrateful child, biting him and punching him and not being honest about her feelings to herself. Even with her sisters she keeps a part of herself away, fine she had issues with her parents abandoning her but so did her sisters and Ty, who had the worst gene pool and then saw his brother dying. He wanted the ranch but he still helped finance their search. Honestly, why Ty kept banging his head on Zoe I didn't get, she never thanked him for his help, loan or anything instead she always said the worst things to him. I have never read about such an immature heroine, I wonder how she could be 26, she was such a unhappy person. I will still try and read Cade and Delia's book.