Rory has escaped her home town and jerk-off ex, pregnant and homeless. She rents a cottage on a former cattle ranch as a temporary place to stay until her baby is born. Unfortunately Carson, who plans on using the ranch as a sanctuary for wild mustangs also has a claim on the cottage. They find themselves living under the same roof and eventually fall in love, but both have trust issues and can't admit to their feelings which causes a little angst.Three River Ranch is pretty much everything you expect from this type of contemporary romance. It has all the ingredients you expect...a tall, rough around the edges hero; a soft pregnant and emotionally bruised heroine; a dog; horses; puppies; and a run down cottage. To be honest it's exactly what I want from this type of book. Books like this are a little like McDonalds. You can go to a McDonalds anywhere in the world and know exactly what you're getting. I don't buy these books to be surprised, I buy them to be entertained and to feel good about myself. Three River Ranch delivers that and then some.