Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Review: Montana Son (Calhouns of Montana Book 3) by Juanita Kees

Can he forgive himself, move on, and let love in?

Mason Calhoun is still trying to shrug off the label of bad boy, even though he’s proved his worth to the town. But his penchant for fast cars and Harleys makes it difficult for the town to forget the accident that killed his youngest brother, Mitch. It’s hard for him to forget when the girl responsible for him losing his head is back in town, hotter than ever, swinging spanners at his father’s garage, Calhoun Customs.

When Paige Drew loses her job at the track, she takes it as a sign to come home to Bigfork and make peace with the past before she takes the next step in her life. She’s been on Trinity Calhoun’s pit crew ever since that fatal night that changed her life forever. She’s hidden behind the scenes at the racetrack for too long, ignored by her family for causing a scandal in their otherwise perfect lives.

But coming home means confronting Mason Calhoun, the reason she ran in the first place. 

My Review: 

Love, loss, family drama and romance.  This book has it all.

Mason Calhoun is still haunted by the accident that claimed his brother’s life.  He worked hard to get his life back on track and lose his bad boy reputation.  But when Paige Drew shows back up in Bigfork, he is faced with another part of his past; one he was never able to get past.

When Paige lost her job on the NASCAR circuit, she decided it was time to head back home to Montana.  After six years, she was ready to face her ex-boyfriend Mason, and she was ready to make amends with her controlling parents, whom she always seemed to disappoint.  But things don’t always go as planned.  Paige seemed to be hitting roadblocks every where she turned.  She was confused around Mason, not knowing if they should try to pick up where they left off or leave their relationship in the past.  Her career was still up in the air and her family was another issue all together.  With the help of her friends, the Calhoun family, Paige just might be able to find her happy place once and for all with Mason right there by her side.

I have been anxiously waiting for the next installment of the Calhouns of Montana series.  So, when I got this book, I dove right in.  I think this is my favorite of the series.  Although this book can be read as a stand-alone, I would recommend reading the books in order.

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