When Kaylee meets Ty, she finds him just as captivating as the rugged landscape of Montana. When Ty is with Kaylee, he remembers just how good life can be. But can they move beyond their broken hearts and dreams to find a second chance with each other?
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Release Date: April 7, 2020
Actual Rating: 4 stars
Slow Burn | Western Romance
Always Enough is the second book in Kelly Elliot’s latest series, Meet Me in Montana. This is a series of interconnected standalones are while the books could be read in any order, I suggest reading them as they’re released. I say this because you get a lot of background information in previous books where the characters start as secondary characters. Not only that, they are part of the stories that follow so you’ll either find spoilers or be confused at their roles.
With that being said, I felt like this was a wonderful addition to the series. There were some parts that grated on my nerves, but the romance itself was magical. I love seeing two tortured souls rise from the ashes and find love. There’s something so pure and heartwarming to see characters freeing themselves from their past. It gives us hope even though the characters are fictional. Another thing I loved about this novel was the theme of acceptance. As I mentioned, Kaylee and Ty have both dealt with tragedies and finding love while still grieving the past isn’t an easy feat. However, Kelly Elliot makes it clear that accepting ones past and embracing the future is important and this is shown through this story. Their budding love story was a slow burn, but it certainly made sense for what both had been dealing with and I found it to be enlightening and realistic. Kelly Elliot obviously knows how to write and engaging story and her strength at it is shown with Always Enough.
One of the things that did get on my nerves was the miscommunication. I don’t FAULT Kelly Elliot on this, but I have found that I can’t stand when characters aren’t clear in their intentions. This has been problematic for me in the past few weeks where I’ve been seeing this type of miscommunication in quite a few books. So, it’s really a personal preference rather than a jab at the author. There was something else that I didn’t care for in the story but I don’t want to say WHAT because I don’t want to spoil it for readers so I’ll add a little spoiler tag here in case you’re curious: >> (view spoiler)
TO WRAP IT UP
Overall, I really enjoyed this one. There may have been a few things I didn’t care for but when I think of the story as a whole, I did like it a lot. I’m very much looking forward to the next book (which I think is going to be Tanner’s story) and hope Kelly writes a few more because I can’t get enough of these Montana ranchers!
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