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Glitter and Grit (Lonesome Point Texas Book 4) Kindle Edition
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By: Jessie Evans
In book 3, Diamonds & Dust, we learned that Tulsi’s older sister Reece was a professional rodeo bull rider. I was stoked because I knew this heroine would be tough as nails, living on the road as a traveling cowgirl in a male dominated sport/profession. She has a worse relationship with her father than Tulsi ever did and we soon learn why, making you dislike Dale Hearst even more and his wife for being a doormat.
Grayson Parker is recently retired from the Air Force and has returned home to the family ranch after his father’s death. He’s also taken in his sister who left an abusive marriage and together they have to figure out how to turn around the ranching operation to actually make money. He’s previously suffered through PTSD & nightmares from when he was injured during while being deployed. He’s broody & moody, but plenty hot to make up for it.
Reece is determined to keep Grayson at a distance as a friend and possible lover. She also only plans on being in Lonesome Point for the 10 days that her parents are in Montana visiting Tulsi & her family. So at first, she doesn’t want to risk any entanglement and then thought it would be okay since anything they started would have an expiration date. But what they find is so much more than either one expected.
Mild Spoilers: Tulsi never knew about what had happened between her sister & Neil and the subsequent scandal and rumors and the downfall of Neil’s business & the attack being the real reason Reece left town. I find this totally implausible, especially in a town as small as Lonesome Point and the scandal resulting in Neil being kicked of the Rodeo judging board and the decline of his horse lesson teaching business. All of these things would have been talked about in a small town for several years. I don’t believe that Tulsi could have escaped the rumors.
Also, when Grayson rescued the people & had to fly out with the pilot talking him through it, because he didn’t know how to fly, since she was injured & unable to fly. I find this implausible because Grayson was in the Air Force. I would think he could fly almost any of the equipment but may need some minor help.
I think the author missed the boat by not showing Reece have a conversation about the past with her sister and having a real discussion with her parents face-to-face. The phone call from the hospital room wasn’t sufficient enough for me. I needed more and a deeper healing.