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Always Enough

Meet Me in Montana, Book 2
Written by: Kelly Elliott
Length: 8 hrs and 34 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Publisher's Summary

The second novel in New York Times bestselling author Kelly Elliott's Meet Me in Montana series turns up the emotion with a story about finding true love and healing broken hearts.

Grieving the loss of her fiancé two years ago, Kaylee longs for a fresh start. When she follows her best friend from Atlanta to Hamilton, Montana, Kaylee looks forward to the wild terrain and a new town to help her forget the memories and dreams of a life that will never be hers.

After a tragic car accident, Ty Shaw is told he may never walk again. But Ty doesn't easily accept defeat, and through grit, determination, and more physical therapy than any man should ever endure, he beats the odds. Even though he'll never ride again, Ty longs to feel alive - the way he did on the Professional Bull Riders circuit.

When Kaylee meets Ty, she finds him just as captivating as the rugged landscape of Montana. When Ty is with Kaylee, he remembers just how good life can be. But can they move beyond their broken hearts and dreams to find a second chance with each other?

©2020 Kelly Elliott (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Bren
  • 01-05-20

Love Kaylee and Ty

This is the 2nd book in the series and I loved it as much as the first and maybe a little more. You can listen to this as a standalone but it is better if you listen to the first book before this one. I loved the progression of the relationship between Kaylee and Ty. Kaylee cared for Ty from the beginning but Ty was afraid to be with her. Ty was so sweet and I enjoyed watching them fall in love. This book was awesome and the narration was very good.

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  • Pennie Morgan
  • 17-04-20

Always Enough

This is the second book in this series but you could read this one if you did not pick up the first. Kaylee and Ty have been circling each other since Kaylee came to town with Lincoln but after a kiss Ty pushes her away. Ty was a bullrider until he was injured in a car accident that left him unable to ride again. Kaylee also has issues from her past but together they are stronger but it takes a blizzard and a lot of meddling for them to find their way. It was fun to watch them find that way though.

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  • serenechaosnyc
  • 14-04-20

Good emotional book

This is the second book in the series and follows Kaylee and Ty, who we met in the first book. It is a standalone novel but I feel like it added a bit to read the series in order.
Kaylee and Ty were really attracted to each other from the beginning but Ty kept pulling back. We get to find out why he was doing that and his past is a doozy. There is a lot of push/pull within the book with Kaylee generally being the constant and loyal woman and Ty being a commitment phobe. I really loved how, in general, the relationship unrolled well-paced (though slowly, given Ty's issues due to his past). Kaylee, also, suffers from a difficult past but both are stronger together.

Kelly Elliot does such a nice job building this world and giving us a great couple but also a nice supporting cast, including the Shaw family as well as Dirk, their family friend and fellow bull rider. I look forward to all the other HEAs that will happen for these characters. Thanks to NetGalley for the opportunity to read early!

When this book was finally available, I borrowed it from KU so I was able to listen to the audiobook. I think both the narrators did a good job. They flowed well and were generally easy to listen to. I enjoyed hearing the story come to life. Amanda Ronconi's male voice was ok as was Nelson Hobb's female voice although they could have been a bit stronger. I loved Nelson Hobb's accent which brought us into the environment of the story.

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  • Reggie
  • 12-04-20

Another Shaw brother is love bitten

Ty Shaw does not like the feelings that Kaylee causes so his solution is to friend-zone her...except he can’t seem to stop his growing feelings for her. After one incredible night together he decides that it’s best to push her away because he’s too broken. Honestly, I had to try really hard to like Ty because he was a real douche for most of the book. We eventually get a nice HEA.

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  • C. Y.
  • 11-04-20

Amanda Ruined the Performance of Kaylee

I really enjoyed the story of Ty and Kaylee. I liked them in the first book, and they brought out most of the humor. It was nice to hear more about the background of both of them and how they fall in love with each other from the time they met. It’s aggravating that they fight against it.

I think Nelson did a great job, but I didn’t really care for Amanda in this performance. Her voice was hard to listen to and the flow of the reading just didn’t fit. Also, Kaylee is known to have worked on her southern accent before moving to Montana. It’s mentioned in the first book and in this book. Amanda didn’t even try to have an accent. I think that it took away from enjoying the story more. I wish they would have used the same narrator as they used in the first book for Lincoln.

Still, it’s a good book. I would recommend reading it instead of listening to it on audio.