It’s the quiet ones you have to watch out for.
Next to the definition for “strong and silent type,” you’ll find a picture of Easton. Especially compared to his fast-moving and loud-talking twin brother.
He has been happy to exist in the background, hanging out with horses rather than people. Dealing with his own demons the best way he knows how: alone.
Quinley knows that Easton Boyd is trouble. Not because of his reputation but because from the moment they met, some kind of connection hummed between them.
She can’t ignore the handsome cowboy, even if she should.
Quinley and Easton can’t fight what draws them together, but the secrets they both carry may be strong enough to pull them apart.
Can this redeemed bad boy find love in spite of the mistakes that haunt him?