I liked how the men all chipped in on fixing up the ranch and finding a way to take care of both it and their little brother, with no qualms about it. Benjamin was the most instantly connectable/likable, what with his happiness that he could bring his long-time competition horse (recently injured on the rodeo circuit) there to be cared for and never competed with again. He also definitely seemed to forge the best connection with their little brother.
There were little subplots, in the form of Jeremiah's (the baby's) aunt showing up and automatically assuming she would take care of him (and moving in on Ben! - hussy).
Now for the major detraction for me and why I couldn't consider giving this a 5-star review: Danielle's sexual abuse. What happened to her was horrible, tragic, and an absolute betrayal of trust she should have been able to expect from a man. However, the problem I have with it is a couple of caresses, a few comforting moments with Ben, and the very first time they seriously try to have sex...she does it, does well, and has nothing but thrills. I wish there'd been some more time spent healing her, rather than the magic sex button being pushed, maybe some failures along the way when they finally tried to go to bed together (there were some hints of her pain/fear when they kissed elsewhere in the book). I don't think they needed to consummate to make their HEA work, and feel it truly detracted from what could have been a lovely ending.