* Review * THE BAD BOY OF REDEMPTION RANCH by Maisey Yates

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* Review * THE BAD BOY OF REDEMPTION RANCH by Maisey YatesThe Bad Boy of Redemption Ranch by Maisey Yates
Series: Gold Valley #10
Published by HQN Books on June 23, 2020
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This rebel cowboy is looking for a fresh start—will he find more than he’s ever hoped for in Gold Valley?

Police officer Pansy Daniels is the poster girl for responsible behavior. Orphaned as a child, she has dedicated her life to safeguarding her local community. The last thing she needs is a hot-headed cowboy with attitude cruising into town. He may be her new landlord, but that’s no excuse for provoking her…or sending her heart into overdrive.

West Caldwell has come to Redemption Ranch to put his past behind him. Flirting with a pint-size police officer who thinks he’s bad news is definitely not part of the plan, but it’s deliciously easy to get under Pansy’s skin. Then West discovers the vulnerability Pansy keeps so well hidden, and suddenly this renegade cowboy is in over his head. In her arms, West feels like the man he always wanted to be—but can he become the man Pansy deserves?


Love when they least expect it! With book nine in her much loved Gold Valley series Maisey Yates brings the Daniels family to the forefront of the series with Pansy’s story. We are instantly enthralled with the back story of both characters and it’s a satisfying run towards happily ever after for them both.

Pansy Daniels is attention grabbing. She’s tough and self-assured in public, but underneath there’s still a piece of that orphaned young girl crying out for the comfort she misses. Her attraction to West is unexpected and unwanted, but it doesn’t take her long to figure out that there’s more to him than meets the eye as well.

West Caldwell is laid back and intense all rolled into one sexy package. He’s come to Gold Valley to reconnect with the family he didn’t know he had and to overcome the adversity his life has become over the last few years. He’s not looking for love, but he sure is looking for a good time when this gorgeous deputy keeps getting under his skin!

I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a laid back romance that brings family and setting into play to tell their story and intrigue a reader. This series as a whole has been a real joy to read and I can’t wait to see what the next Daniels sibling has in store for us.



  1. Sounds very good, thank you

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