Book Review | Saddle Up

Saddle Up by Kim Loraine

Publication Date: December 19th 2019

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Clint Ryker has it all.

His dad has all but promised him the ranch when he retires.

His mama loves the woman he plans to marry.

And his almost-fiancee? She’s the perfect finishing touch to the life he’s got planned out for himself.

Except all hell breaks loose when she takes off with one of the ranch hands and most of the Ryker Ranch money in her pocket.

Heartbroken and trust demolished, Clint doesn’t know if he’ll ever find love again. Until Ever Wilson walks onto his property with designs on producing a reality TV show with his ranch as the star.

Her plan? Send a cast of city slickers to the ranch to learn how to saddle up like a real cowboy.

The pay-off? Enough money to replace what his thieving ex took, and tourist income for years to come.

It sounds like a great idea, until he starts falling for the one woman he can’t have.


This is my first ever Kim Loraine book and I can’t wait to read more by her. It’s been a long time since I read a cowboy romance and this baby didn’t disappoint. From the very beginning I knew I was going to love this baby! Considering the length of this book I was expecting that our main characters, Clint and Ever, would jump right into things but this was a nice little slow burn which I very much loved and appreciated. You could really feel the tension building and building as the story moved along. I thought this was so cute and I can’t wait to read more from the Ryker Ranch series.


About the Author:

Kim Loraine was raised a Navy brat but spent most of her life growing up in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. A proper Washingtonian, she’s addicted to coffee, doesn’t let a little rain ruin her day, and thinks the sun is a gift from God. When not chasing her three little minions around, Kim spends her time writing, reading, and binge watching Doctor Who.

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