I loved this book, but I was a bit disappointed in the ending. I wanted more. And since this looks like the last book in this series, I guess my answers to a few loose ends may never be answered. Too bad, because otherwise this was a fantasic book. I loved the plot line and all of the characters. I love the fact that we always got to see a glimpse of the people in past books. And if one of those stories had an unanswered question about the couple here and there, it was usually addressed in the following book.
This book ran me through a whole gammit of emotions and back. I was bawling my eyes out over the whole horse ordeal. I can't even imagine how that sweet little girl felt, or how guilty Colton must have felt about the whole situation. I also loved the bull riding expedition. I laughed for a 1/2 hr over that one. I love the whole big family dynamics in this story. How much fun would that be to have such wonderful, caring people surrounding you all the time?
I was so sad that Sam went to N.Y., I really expected her to stay. Then again if she had, she would always be wondering about what could've been. I am so happy to see Colton take the bull by the horns and step-up, even though he was petrified of heights. BUT....I can't see Colton surviving for 2 yrs in the city, either. Sam, or no Sam.