Traveling is common for Brie and her family, so it’s no surprise when they move to Texas. Lost Springs, Texas is an extremely small town that is struggling economically. Brie’s father is a land developer that plans on building an extended hotel, which would allow more jobs to open up.
One night, Brie is awakened by the sound of screaming outside their new home. When Brie realizes there are protesters she becomes scared and tells her parents. As Brie’s father is talking to what seems to be the leader of the protest, she notices a familiar face. The cute boy she met earlier, Logan, is one of the angry protesters. Brie assumes he is just like everyone else that is mad at her dad for coming there and taking part of their land without their approval. Logan explains to her that the location where her father is building the hotel is also where wild mustangs run free. Logan’s focus is to do whatever he can to protect the mustangs. As Brie starts to fall in love with his ideas, she also begins to fall in love with him.
I would rate this book a 4 out of 5! I usually don’t read books about animals, but i’m happy I read this one. I liked how each chapter began with a creative quote. However, the connection between Logan and Brie isn’t as deep as other novels, but it is enough to get that this book is suppose to be a romance. I think animal lovers would love this book the most because it includes facts about horses and wild mustangs.