* Review * LANDER RIDGE by Diane J. Reed

* Review * LANDER RIDGE by Diane J. ReedLander Ridge by Diane J. Reed
Series: Iron Feather Brothers #3
Published by Bandits Ranch Books on May 17, 2019
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For the cutthroat cowboy who wins at everything, losing his heart to the only woman who can reach his soul is the greatest risk of all...Lander Iron Feather's fierce business strategies have made him one of the richest ranchers in the West, dominating all that he touches. But when the beautiful former model Nicky Box returns to Bandits Hollow to reform the Wilson Ranch School for Wayward Boys and Girls, suddenly Lander is forced to face the terrible abuse he suffered there as a teen. Lander's seething hatred for the school's wealthy owner is largely responsible for fueling his business success, yet now he has the chance to combine forces with Nicky to turn the place around for the sake of the school's orphans. But doing so means opening his heart--to the kids, to the wounds inside himself, and most of all, to Nicky. When the school is confronted with a shocking closure, Lander must dig deep inside to redefine what "winning", and the magic of falling in love, really means.
Lander Ridge is Book 3 in the Iron Feather Brothers contemporary western romance series.

Iron Feather Brothers Series: Meet the Iron Feather brothers--they're tough, they're dangerous, and family means everything to them. Whether it's living up to their ancestor's outlaw reputation or brandishing their own style of justice, these men have each other's backs. And it takes very special women to get under their skin and untangle their barbed-wire hearts in order to find love in this contemporary western romance series set in the Rocky Mountains.


LANDER RIDGE is book three in Diane J. Reed’s Iron Feather Brother series and revolves around an successful rancher and a former model in a twist on an enemies to lovers story.

If you’ve been reading this series, you will quickly recognize Lander as the successful brother of Dillon and Barrett who we met in the earlier books. He’s a bit of a hot head, but everything he touches in the business world seems to turn to gold. He was an easy character to like even though there is a large ego in the picture.

Nicky comes across as good-hearted right from the start, and as a big change occurs in her life, we see her step up and try to turn the school they all attended in their life into a better, productive place.

I recommend this story to anyone who enjoys a cowboy story with a whole lot of heart and some angst with your romance. This entire series has been very enjoyable and you won’t be disappointed with any of the books in it.


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