I received a copy of Santa Fe Sunrise by Tanya Stowe
from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Brett Fraser has quit his job, loaded his earthly possessions into his black sports car and headed out to find himself in the great Southwest. Somewhere on his successful climb up the corporate ladder, he lost sight of the man God intended him to be. But Brett intends to find himself again.
Rafaela De Silva has an art gallery to run, a sprawling piece of family property with back taxes due, and a younger sister to care for who suffers from anorexia. She doesn't have time for broken shoe laces, sprained ankles or tumbling into the arms of a handsome stranger, especially one whose past involves scandal.
Brett's determined to help the beautiful runner he rescues from a fall. After examining the smooth edges of her broken shoelace, he's convinced her accident wasn't accidental. But if he's going to help her, he'll have to convince her to trust him'a difficult task given his past.
Under the sun-kissed skies of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Brett must rediscover his purpose in life before he loses Rafaela forever. Who is trying to harm Rafaela? Will she live long enough for Brett to win her heart?
Great book that got me hooked at the very beginning. Brett has load himself and is trying to find himself. Rafaela is doing her best to keep her family afloat. She owns and runs an art gallery, keeps her family property up and does her best to keep her sister well. When she falls while running and finds herself in the arms of Brett she struggles to accept help. Can she do it all without falling for Brett?