Saddle Up for a Wildly Fun Ride in Mary Connealy's Latest
Bailey Wilde is one of the best new ranchers in the West. She's been living disguised as a man for a while, but when Gage Coulter comes to drive her off her homestead, he quickly realizes he's dealing with a woman - a very tough, very intriguing woman at that.
Gage is an honest man, but he didn't make his fortune being weak. He won't break the law, but he'll push as hard as he can within it. Five thousand acres of his best range land is lost to him because Bailey's homestead is located right across the only suitable entrance to a canyon full of lush grass. Gage has to regain access to his land - and he's got to go through Bailey to do it.
Spending a winter alone has a way of making a person crave some human contact. In a moment of weakness, Bailey agrees to a wild plan Gage concocts. Can these two independent, life-toughened homesteaders loosen up enough to earn each other's respect - and maybe find love in the process?
©2015 Mary Connealy (P)2015 Recorded Books
The plot is too dumb and predictable and boring. there is no depth in character not interesting at all, it feels like the characters are saying the same thing over and over, BORING.... I've only listened to about 2 hours of it but won't be finishing this story it's just a waste of my time. The narrator did an okay job.
Mary Conneally is funny in addition to weaving an interesting tale. I thoroughly enjoyed the book. It is clean and made me laugh out loud on several occasions. Worth the time to listen to.
Awesome, great story! The characters really come to life! It's comical at times, a little suspense. A very interesting story line. A great writer, and performance.
Great humorous Christian fiction. A humorous companion for the daily grind.
Conneally brings her usual talent and wit to this final chapter in the Wilde sisters' saga.
McCullough is a comfortable companion. It is easy to envision the characters as their story unfolds.
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