I go, 'Would ya just do the one f--king shot? This story is perfect for those who love cowboys, romance, and retellings of biblical tales. But each grapples with deep wounds from their past. If the writing is showing, I can see it for myself. Angelina has a past, one that involves tragedy and loss. After the accident she got a divorce. It's slipped into the small scenes, yet in very significant ways: playing cars with a little boy, eating cake at the kitchen counter, and teaching young girls to ride horses. She is a loving person and as you read, you see the deep love she feels for others, especially children.
Will and Zach are still together and the latter says that he will be in the audience for his gig that evening. This review was written with my own opinions and words. I loved the sparks and chemistry and the relationships and how they were challenged and mended as the story progressed. Though if you're looking for an evangelical message. In Mallory's youth she was a Barrel racer and Zach helps Mallory get back part of herself that she lost by helping her to ride horses again.
Now I'm 44 years old and I just saw them in concert for the 45th time. He and Maddie try to talk to her and say that they know what she is going through but both of them will support her. While Gene is away, Tom grows frustrated with the continued poisoning of the cattle, and despite Frog's warning that they should wait for the injunction, Tom rounds up the ranchers and rides to close down the mine. Who'd have thought that being roped into helping a woman choose a horse for her son would upend the single father's whole world? I enjoyed this book and look forward to more by this author and cannot wait to the next installment in the Double S Ranch series. Patriarch Sam Stafford is finally ready to face the part he played in his broken family and willing to make amends. His character seemed to learn this as well, which made me identify with him and quite frankly like him more.
He is a single father who is not interested in a forever after relationship because of the pain he suffered. A town in peril and a host of engaging secondary characters bring an extra depth to the story. I just wanted more sometimes. Big city life and big business suited him just fine until it crashed, leaving his future uncertain. Colt Stafford is coming home. Mallory shows Zach that there is still life to live after tragedy. Angelina used her rolling pins multiple times to break up sibling warfare, but what about when she and Colt butt heads? That was your point, right? Maddie eventually contacts him to say that she is home with her.
In many respects, the last couple of years of my life has mostly been a huge blur. The cover was wonderfully done. I loved how he really did a 180 in turning his life around. With rising tension between the ranch and other residents of Gray's Glen the men of Double S Ranch will learn what it is to truly be a neighbor and Colt having an unexpected ally. Horses are beautiful, and I love it when I cannot see the whole face of the main character on the cover. This plot can quickly become tired and overused, but I felt that Ruth really kept me on my toes with it, bringing me back into acquaintance with this storyline in a sweet way that touched my heart anew.
Rocks is definitely their Pump of the 70's. And can Colt leave behind money and power and finally return to the ranch for good? Aerosmith's official audio for 'Back In The Saddle'. Whenever I start books, I go in with an open mind, which is exactly what I did. What a wonderful set up for the Double S Ranch series. Usually I am very much into graphic sex, but this was a nice change of pace for me. It's a beautiful woman holding a gun.
Another theme in this book was single parents trying their best with what they've got. She is sent for counselling and the counselor informs Deacon that Daphne is suffering from depression, brought on from Rayna's death. I went in with my wife and granddaughter. The older cowboys that work on the ranch also help Colt find his footing in the new dynamics of the ranch and provide stability. They ended up faking the whip sound by having Tyler swing a cord in a studio to make the whirling noise, then using a cap gun for the crack. Maybe your constituents can't hear the words.
Thank you to Waterbrook Multnomah and Litfuse Publicity for a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review This was a wonderful novel about starting over. I found myself laughing out loud in several scenes, including within the first few pages, which caught my interest instantly. They both needed find themselves and figure out where they belong. I absolutely loved the setting of the ranch amid the mountains of the Pacific Northwest. And she lives her faith out loud. The Stafford men are a force to be reckoned with. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.
I absolutely loved the setting of the ranch amid the mountains of the Pacific Northwest. A little investigating reveals Angelina isn't what she pretends. Afterwards, Tom tries to convince him he's wrong about Taffy, and that she's nice. I loved how much Colt, his brother, and his father change in the book. My Review Back in the Saddle is a modern take on the biblical story of the prodigal son.
But he's positive that there won't be any fence mending. It tells the story of Colt Stafford who traded in the simple and hardworking cowboy lifestyle for the bright lights, run-of-the-mill office job on Wall Street, and money that the city had to offer. I so enjoyed this story—the writing is perfectly paced, the story line is involving, and the characters all have great appeal. When Colt Stafford exchanges Armani suits for cowboy garb, you know things are about to get downright interesting. Zach Talbot is doing his best to hide away from anything more than doing his job as the town Veterinarian and raising his adorable sons.