Mason – Remington Ranch #1 by S.J. McCoy

Mason Remington thought he’d found the love of his life until the day that she walked away and never came back. Leaving her family ranch and her childhood sweetheart behind, Gina Delaney finished college and moved to New York to fulfill her desires of becoming a professional photographer.

With a building career and engaged to a gallery owner, Gina returns to her home town to convince her father that he needs to move and sell the ranch.  Coming face to face with Mason was not on her list of things to do but when she does the old sparks fly and familiar emotions begin to stir.

Mason always wondered what had happened to send Gina running off without so much as a word and now that she’s back he is determined to find out, but once he set eyes on her finding out is only one thing he plans to do with her.  Can Mason convince Gina that her life is in Montana with him and that ten years apart can only make the heart grow stronger?



Enjoyable cowboy story. Rugged, handsome and all-male, Mason is one of four brothers who make up the Remington Ranch series.  The plot-line is not a new one – childhood sweethearts who have a misunderstanding that isn’t confronted, separate for years only to come back together to find that they still love each other – but the characters work well, did I mention Cowboys?!

The reason for Gina leaving is a bit flimsy when it is revealed but then you have to remember that she was only a teenager at the time and reacted how a teenager probably would.  Why she was with Liam at all is a complete mystery to me, although him being the exact opposite to Mason worked in Mason’s favour at the end.

Within this book we are introduced to the other Remington brothers, who all have their own book in the series.  The next one is based on Shane, who happens to be Gina’s best friend, and Cassidy, Gina’s new business partner. Looking forward to reading more of the series in the future.

Author: mandy

I love to Read! Mostly romance (of all types) but I also enjoy murder mysteries, paranormal fantasy, sci-fi, comedy, pretty much anything.

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