They have unfinished business. She just can’t remember what it is.
Camille Vanderbilt is headed back home to Wyoming with one goal: find her old best friend and give him a piece of her mind for ghosting her six years ago. She won’t let anyone stand in her way… until a deer runs into the road and causes her to wreck and forget almost everything.
Noah Harding lives a simple life as a firefighter and rancher until Camille crashes back into his life. When a call at the fire station sends him to save his old best friend’s life, he thinks he might get a second chance until her influential stepdad gives a reminder that his old threats still stand.
When Camille runs into Noah in town, she knows he’s important to her, but her memories are still fuzzy.
Noah is hesitant to get close to her when it means having to sacrifice everything to be with her.
She thinks it’s a new beginning, but he knows it shouldn’t have ever ended.
When the threats are carried out, who will be left hurting at Blackwater Ranch?
Remembering the Cowboy is the first book in the Christian Blackwater Ranch series.
I enjoyed reading Remembering The Cowboy, the first book in Mandi Blake’s Blackwater Ranch series. I read the story quickly because I kept turning the page to find out what happens next. The story opens with Camille returning to her hometown in Wyoming to visit with her mother and step father. Camille is an attorney in Portland, Oregon, but she has never gotten over the pain of losing contact with Noah. He was her high school best friend and her first love before she left for college in Oregon.
Noah is a cowboy who works on the family ranch, and he’s also a firefighter. He’s stunned when his team is called out to a car wreck and discovers Camille has been seriously injured.
Camille has memory loss from the accident and her recovery is slow. She stays in town and rekindles her friendship with Noah. Camille can’t remember a lot of things, including why they broke up, but Noah is aware that the stakes are high if he pursues a romantic relationship with Camille.
A charming romance develops as Camille remembers why she fell in love with Noah. I loved exploring the ranch with Noah and Camille, and meeting Noah’s large and tight knit family. When the going gets tough, they pray and fight for those they love, and trust that justice will prevail. I highly recommend Remembering the Cowboy to contemporary romance readers who like fun and exciting faith-filled cowboy romances that include amnesia and second chances story elements.