I received this book as an ARC for an honest review.
In this book we meet Ranger Reardon and Clover Benjamin. Ranger grew up being the butt of everyone's joke. One day when he was in middle school he went in to school and everyone teased him so he ran from the school and ended up at the junkyard where he meet Buck a man who would change his life. Buck feed and clothed him, he also taught him to be a man. So when Clover jumps on Ranger to get him to free her from a spider he knows just what to do with this girl. The thing is he wants her to know him and what he has been through before they can truly be together. Can he get the girl or will the pain of his past stop him before he starts?
Clover is different from her family. She has different tastes as well as she is not the dark hair dark eyed girl like her sisters, she is a brownish-blond with hazel-grey eyes. So because of this she has been teased that she was either adopted or that she was just a result of an affair that her mom had. Growing up this teasing really hurt her but she has learned over the years to push it down. So when she jumps on Ranger and begs him to get the spider off, she is completely embarrassed when she gets her first real look at him. She then immediately thinks that a gorgeous guy like him would never go for a girl like her maybe her gorgeous sisters but not her. Will she give up on the first guy that she really feels something deep down about or will she finally find something worth fighting for.
This is a story that will have you hooked from the first word to the very end. This will also be one of those books that you will lock the door, shut off the phone, and bar your children from coming near till you are done. IT IS THAT GOOD. This book shows us that even though life may have thrown you to many lemons that lemonade will never taste better. Fight for the love that you are looking for and never give up until you get what you deserve. There is so much that goes on this in this book that I want to tell you about but as a reader I don't want to spoil it for anyone else. I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.