About Resisting Dylan

resisting dylan

City girl is trying to resist the homegrown cowboy.

When a tall piece of old fashioned goodness walks into the bar smiling at everyone in sight, she knows this must be his first time in New York.

But when she sees him again, this time on his own land, sitting on top of a horse, she knows why he’s always smiling.

Can two people as different as can be find enough inside to keep them together?

My review

I love books that are part of a series. This one by Sophia Summers is great! I loved Coming Home to Maverick. And I expected to love this one. I’m happy to say that I loved it as much as I thought I would.

Dylan is a great guy. I loved how much thought he put into trying to get Shelby back. But, even with as much effort that he put into getting her back, when he realized it wasn’t what God wanted, he stopped. I enjoyed the Christian references in this one. Dylan is a guy who prays and reads the Bible. He’s just a great person.

I liked Kate too. She happens to be Shelby’s roommate. I have to be honest. Next to Kate, Shelby just seems unkind, selfish and superficial. I had no idea why Dylan would want her back, especially after he met Kate. And Kate fit in with his family.

The Dawson family is amazing! I think Mama is my favorite character in these books so far. She is the kind of woman who loves and cares for everyone around her. She gave Kate some really great advice that I loved and needed in my own life.

I loved the rodeo scenes in this book. And their small town. This is a great book I can’t wait for more in this series!

I was sent a copy of Resisting Dylan as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

Purchase link

Amazon

Giveaway

There’s a great giveaway going on on Instagram for this one. Make sure to hop over and check it out!

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