Review: Somewhere Outside of Sunset by Kristi Copeland


Release date: Available now

Genre: Contemporary Romance


After a dramatic break-up, Landscape Architect, Lanie Green is determined to make a fresh start. When a residential developer in Texas offers her a position, she jumps at the chance to further her career and follow her heart.

Third-generation cattle farmer, Max Walker, daydreams of becoming a Nashville star, but his father has other ideas for his future. Working long days on the family farm is quickly becoming monotonous and he longs to find his purpose.

Sparks fly when the northerner and the cowboy cross paths on a lonely dirt road, somewhere outside of Sunset. Lanie captivates Max on that early summer day and he inspires her to look forward to the Texas summer nights.

Lanie’s new position is far from what she imagined but she refuses to fail. Besides, telling Max the truth about her job’s expectations might damage their budding relationship. Determined to follow his life-long dream and keep Lanie by his side, Max makes her an offer she can’t refuse.


This was a sweet little read, it’s under two hundred pages so it’s super easy to get caught up and finish it in one sitting, which is exactly what I did. Despite it being on the shorter side I didn’t feel like the chemistry between Lanie and Max was lacking, they had a great connection. Max’s grandma was a cute addition to the story, I’m a sucker for a strong side character and she was great. If you like sweet small town romances with lots of heart try this.

Overall rating: 4/5

Thanks to the publisher for my review copy.

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