Kyle Braden has nowhere else to go. With no money and no prospects, he turns to the only man who promises him help. Jack Campbell-Hayes wants to show Kyle that he can be more than he ever thought.
Kyle begins to see how far he’s come from being the scarred man who shut everyone out, when the first person through the doors of Legacy Ranch is Jason; a young man with nightmares that follow him when he's awake.
Lost in the system and with three years on the streets marking every inch of his body, Jason Smith is scared. His life is an evil mess of hate and despair, and even the offer of a fresh start and a clean bed isn’t enough for him to feel safe. Until Kyle comes into his life and shows him that it's okay not to be in control.
For these broken men, Legacy Ranch offers more than a place to live and work.
It offers hope.
A new story set in the world of Jack and Riley Campbell-Hayes and the Double D Ranch, Texas.
A world turned upside down, Kyle was a heart-wrenching read by R.J. Scott. Kyle, Legacy 1 was everything one would hope from a spin-off of Ms. Scott’s very popular Texas series. Jack and Riley developed an outreach ranch for those in need, those wanting to get off the streets, and those who want to make a better life- Kyle was just that person.
Very skittish, silent, and standoffish, Kyle looked deep inside himself to gain the strength to function each day in a world he only knew hardship.
Jason, equally scarred and damaged- Legacy, his last resort- before he’d find himself once again on the street or in prison.
Both men waded through the trials and tribulations of discovering the boogey man was not always around the corner, and friendships and family could be formed sans anything wanted in return.
Ms. Scott developed the characters and allowed their voice to flow through her carefully crafted words, permitting each man to grow and mature- finding love and understanding.
Kyle, Legacy 1 was a wonderful start to this new series.
A five handcuff review
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