The last thing Wyatt Gentry expected to find at the abandoned ranch he bought is a single mother and her two young children. Still, he can't quite find it in himself to throw them out when they obviously have nowhere to go. All he really wants is to finally put down roots and introduce himself to his half-brother—neither of which go the way he intends. After finding himself staring down the barrel of a gun that Maura points at him, he wrestles free of her 6-year-old son, then finds himself looking directly into the angry face of his half-brother. Things don't get much calmer after that, as Wyatt and Maura discover that sometimes love finds you when you least expect it. Patricia Thayer takes readers on a wonderful romp in WYATT'S READY-MADE FAMILY (4).

Reviewed by: 
Angela Keck