Release Blitz & Review: Beau

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Beau Maverick has a great life-a close family, a thriving veterinary practice, and the privilege of being a Maverick in Great Falls, Montana. Despite all that, he fights a feeling of hollowness. After the death of his beloved mother, he throws himself into her role of charitable and philanthropic duties in the community. He was least interested in being on the chair of the local symphony, but when the feisty new director comes to town, he finds the challenge brings with it a spark of life.

Grace Sutherland is devastated at the news that the Manchester Philharmonic in her hometown in New Hampshire has voted to relocate her to assist one of their lesser known symphonies in a small town in Montana. Her unconventional methods, while effective, were at odds with their traditions. However, she accepts the challenge and is determined to regain her standing and get out of Montana as quickly as possible. Unfortunately for her, the chair of her new board might make that difficult.


This is book two in the series about the Maverick family.  Beau is so very different from his brother Tripp but he still holds his family most dear. The town vet seems a bit more refined than his ranching siblings.  

Beau lives in town and has taken up his mother's philanthropic causes.  This brings him face to face with the new executive assigned to bring the local symphony back to something more thriving. Grace does not want to be in Montana and she most definitely does not want to like Beau Maverick.  Lots of sizzle and spark when these two are together.  But Beau is determined to help Grace see the light. He just needs to get through her frosty exterior.  It might take a kitten to get that job started. 

Nice humor and a whole ton of steam between these two.  Loved Chip.  Animals always steal the show.  Great to catch up with the family again.  Wondering about the missing brother, though.  Will we meet him soon? 

Good addition to the series. 

*Complimentary copy provided for an honest review.

Somer Hayes is an avid reader and writer of stories, hailing from the Midwest.


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