I have not read many of Tijan’s books. From the cover, I thought it was about a motorcycle bad boy but I was pleasantly surprised with the premise of this book. Brody is a Hollywood big shot who is having a rough time after losing his brother. Brody needs to get away from the lime light to reset so his publicist got him a small role in an Indy film. Morgan is somewhat of a mysterious young woman who lost her mother at a young age. She is jaded around humans. Morgan prefers to be around her wild horses and hiding in the wood. Some might say she is just a ghost but Brody spots Morgan the first day he arrives at his new shooting site – Morgan’s property. While I did not feel the strong connection and chemistry between Brody and Morgan from the beginning, I enjoyed the friendship and the bond they developed throughout the book as well as the romance at the end. I really enjoyed the wild horses and how they save, protect, and heal humans. By nature, they are smart and spirit animals and the author portrayed them as such. The story is told in several POVs so I was a bit confused at times. I guess in a way it is good that the story kept me guessing who the bad guys are and who can be trusted. Part of the story is a bit unrealistic but overall the story is heartfelt with angst, twist, and suspense. Two broken souls who found solace in each other, helped each other let go of the past, and embrace a new beginning.