Joslyn Kirk returns to Parable, Montana her previous hometown that she and her mother left under a cloud of suspicion. Joslyn's step father had hatche..Show More »d a scheme and embezzaled money from many of the citizens of town causing many to lose everything they had. She runs into Slade Barlow the illegitimate son of one of the wealthiest ranchers of the area. A major problem in Slade's life is Slade's father never acknowledged him while he was living, but upon his death he left Slade half of his assests, which sends his half brother into a tizzy. When Joslyn had lived in Parable before she and Hutch (Slade's half brother) were an item, however now it seems that Slade and Joslyn are feeling the sparks between them. Now the big question for everyone is "Why has Joslyn returned to town?" This is an easy read, very predictable romance, however the journey was good. I enjoyed it and Slade is such a jewel, what woman wouldn't want him?
I actually liked this story even more. A little more going on in it but.... I do think the ending was anti-climatic. These books always have a happy..Show More » ending but it was almost like Miller got to the end and just wrapped it all up in a page. Confessions of love were a little unrealistic but hey, aren't all these romance books! Still dreamy and I loved the entire series.
I loved this book every bit as much as the others in the series and hated to hit the pause button. It definitely stands on its own but is a welcome p..Show More »art of the series since you also get to catch up with the characters from previous books. Linda Lael Miller seldom fails to deliver and this is no exception. Well worth the credit - hope there is another book or two in the series.
True to Linda Lael Miller's style this audio book is full of down home country warmth, real folks, and a few of those castoff critters who need a lovi..Show More »ng home, both the four-footed and two-footed variety. Along with that, it's chock full of enough cowboy country colloquialisms to choke a horse, but those of us who enjoy these Big Sky stories don't mind. In fact, that is what adds to the charm. Speaking of adding to the charm, the gravely, baritone of Jack Garrett just about melts me into a puddle every time I hear his voice. I think he has the voice of the quintessential cowboy. So that makes this listen just about perfect for me.