Grieving the loss of her fiancé two years ago, Kaylee longs for a fresh start. When she follows her best friend from Atlanta to Hamilton, Montana, Kaylee looks forward to the wild terrain and a new town to help her forget the memories and dreams of a life that will never be hers.
After a tragic car accident, Ty Shaw is told he may never walk again. But Ty doesn’t easily accept defeat, and through grit, determination, and more physical therapy than any man should ever endure, he beats the odds. Even though he’ll never ride again, Ty longs to feel alive—the way he did on the Professional Bull Riders circuit.
When Kaylee meets Ty, she finds him just as captivating as the rugged landscape of Montana. When Ty is with Kaylee, he remembers just how good life can be. But can they move beyond their broken hearts and dreams to find a second chance with each other?
Kaylee Holden was dangerous, and the last thing I could allow myself to do was give in to that temptation.
ARC REVIEW ➼
I’ve been so curious about Ty and Kaylee since book one and let’s just say I didn’t expect to get so emotional of their story. This was EVERYTHING and so much more! I DEVOURED this book. It sucked me in from the start.
Ty and Kaylee both have some baggage in their past. Kaylee’s is the loss of her fiancé and Ty was the aftermath of a career ending injury. They had an instant connection and so much chemistry, however, neither one of them seemed to be able to admit the truth to the other. I felt for both of these characters. Their pain, their struggles, every single emotion.
Ty does come across as a playboy at the beginning, but that was who he was, it was his reputation. Kaylee is independent. She wants to prove to herself and to everyone else that she can do everything on her own. She was stubborn at times when it came to asking for help. Of course, there is plenty of Brock, Shaw, Blayze and the rest of the Shaw family that we’ve grown to love over the course of this series. I can’t wait to see what is in store next for this crew.
Always Enough is beautiful, emotional and captivating. It deals with some tough subjects and I love that they aren’t just kind brushed over and sugarcoated. It was real. It added so much to the emotions of the story itself and allows you to connect to these characters on a deeper level. This is a MUST READ book!