Review: The Silent Mountain Man by Casey Cox (Movin' to the Mountains #1)


Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Neon Rainbow ARC Reviews.

The Silent Mountain Man is the first book in Casey Cox's Movin' to the Mountains trilogy, which consists of novellas about the three Duncan brothers--Marsh, Branum, and Harrick--who all live in or around the mountain town of Thickehead. Book one is a second-chance romance featuring the youngest of the brothers, twenty-eight-year-old Harrick. When he spots a stranded man on the side of the road, he offers some assistance. Eddie Boyd is clearly from the city, and the twenty-seven makes it obvious that he's only in town to settle his late father's affairs. But there's something about Eddie that feels familiar, and memories of a boy who claimed Harrick's heart make him wonder what if...

Casey Cox doesn't disappoint, proving that he can deliver a fun and entertaining read even with a limited number of pages. The book's blurb gives readers a rather clear idea of what the story is about, but there's still no resisting the urge to flip through those pages in order to find out why everything had gone wrong when the main characters were still teenagers and how they'll resolve their situation, particularly, the fact that they live in different places, now that they're older. Lighthearted and fast-paced (but not overly so), The Silent Mountain Man was a good, four-star start to the Movin' to the Mountains series.

Release Date: 29 November 2023

Date Read: 24 November 2023

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