I really enjoyed this read. I typically read historical, but a contemporary was a nice change of pace. There was a scene in the beginning with Dan's ex-wife that was very unnecessary. I didn't like that. Other than that, I liked it and actually laughed out loud at times. At first I didn't care for the narrator, she was a bit boring at first. Then I grew to not pay attention to that. Good book overall.
Through the beginning of the book, I wasn't pulled into the storylines. About halfway through I started to connect. I wish more would have been written on Alix. A shame to include a character and not write much about her. I really enjoyed the ending and at that point was really involved in the storylines. I couldn't stand Delilah as the narrator. I love her on the radio, but horrible as a narrator. Everybody had the same voice and expressions. It ruined a lot of the book for me. Overall, I liked the book though.
This book had a good story to it, but it was too rushed. It didn't seem as if the author wanted to take her time in creating the story to a fuller extent. It was disappointing and not worth the money to me.
A western with a splash of romance. For the most part, I like this story. There were just a few things here and there that could have been done differently.
I enjoyed this book. It went along at a good pace. The one thing that I didn't care for was the woman acting and looking as a man/boy. I feel this idea is used too often. But still an enjoyable book.
I really enjoyed this read. In the beginning it was a little slow and didn't hold my attention greatly. But once started, I really enjoyed the characters and storyline.
I really liked this book. It's nice to hear so many references to the Bible. Some Christian books don't do that much. It's good that it's important to Tracie Peterson. I did not like the narrator. She was good when just reading the descriptions, but the voices were horrible. They weren't consistant, all the men sounded as if they were hoarse and losing their voices, the girls were just bad. I wish this had been the narrator that did part 1.
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