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Is that a good thing?
Josie has a secret that causes a lack of trust between them.A lot of time is spent by Felix wondering what the problem is and does she dare take a chance on Josie since she seems to move frequently from one place to another?
I had a tough time finding the appeal of either of these characters.
I did like the description of the camping business Felix is struggling to work into a livelihood.The Australian outback weather sounds like months of a dry season followed by months of heavy rains and flooding.No easy conditions to earn a living.
Other than the details of Outback living,I can't say I really enjoyed this story.
Too much angst and no feel for the attraction between the 2 main characters.
I really enjoyed reading about these two women, and for ending up in a really messed up situation, I thought they both handled it in a way that would be expected by anyone. There was some missed opportunities at just asking the other what was going on, rather than making assumptions, as well as some overblown situations, but it felt pretty realistic to what was going on and I couldn’t really picture anyone behaving with 100 clarity and aplomb in the uncomfortable position they were all in.
As usual with this series, there is an HEA, one I really enjoyed. I liked how Felix and Josie’s relationship progressed and I thought it felt really natural. I’m always a fan of Cheyenne’s stories and writing
Copy received from author in exchange for an honest review.
I was given this ARC by Ylva Publishing in return for an honest review.
In this story it's about Felix, we met her in the second book, and Josie. I love this two girls, I can see some resemblance to me in both persons. There's the grounded, honest and a little shy Felix, who doesn't have much experience with women who she's attracted to and who lived her whole life in Jayboro. On the other side the straight forward Josie with her heart on her tongue, who is traveling the whole country, to wherever she finds work. And always after a few months she's looking for a new challenge.
They were drawn to each other from the beginning. When Josie visited Felix in Jayboro, it's the first time in her live, that she thinks about to settle down. Could it be with Felix in Jayboro? Is Felix looking for the same kind of relationship she wants? But when she brings her horse Flame to stay at Jayboro, the twist and turns and mystery begins.
Felix is conflicted about her feelings for Josie and the lies, she has found out, that Josie has told her about Flame. Can she trust her again? Can she overcome her insecurity, doubts and her pride? Will the traveling girl really be ready to stay with her in the outback?
When the two of them find the keys to the solution of the racehorse theft, they have to spend some days togheter. Maybe they will find a way to theyr hearts again.
It's a beautiful story about love, trust and friendship, and the not everytime easy way to find it. The mistery of the missed racehorse adds some tension and excitement. I also loved very much that the main characters of the first and second book had their presence in this book too.
It's another lovely story from Cheyenne Blue. I'm looking forward to her next book.
Thanks to Ylva for the ARC.
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