Whit Tanner doesn't have his stepbrothers' looks, charm or their money. But that suits him just fine. The only woman he ever wanted to charm broke his heart long ago. Melissa Jacobs has nowhere else to turn. The only things her late husband left behind when he died suddenly were an unbroken horse, gambling debts and a ranch that is mortgaged to the hilt. If she can't sell the horse for every penny he's worth, she's sunk. Whit and Melissa have more than their share of deception and roadblocks to overcome before they can find their way back to love. Sins of a Tanner (4.5) by Peggy Moreland easily lives up to its predecessors. It's a well-told story with just the right touches of humor, passion and, of course, love.
Reviewed by: 
Angela Keck