- File Size: 2439 KB
- Print Length: 187 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Major Press LLC (February 19, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 19, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MYWJ0I3
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,354,523 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Golden Man (Men of the West Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Since Jenny Zachery was the daughter of local preacher living in Zachery Falls, Texas, she had to carefully watch her conduct and make certain to follow every rule as stipulated while growing up. Later she married a man who was respected in the town, and even after his death, she felt compelled to keep behaving appropriately. But lately, Jenny has thought something is missing in her life, as she is always working to keep the ranch and resort that she oversees profitable.
The one time when Jenny gave in to her passionate nature, Blade Taylor had been the man with whom she let her inner feelings show. But he had left town, and she married his brother. When Blade returns after being away for years, he has come back for a specific purpose. Because his reason involves Jenny and the ranch, he wonders what type of reaction he will receive from her.
Both Jenny and Blade secretly wished to live a much different life than the one that they actually did while growing up. She knew going against the way in which she was strictly raised would cause problems, but she would have liked to not always have been the “good” girl, especially when it involved Blade. Her feelings for him left her confused as a teenager, and she is even more bewildered when he returns years later. He had a terrible childhood, and the judgmental residents of their small Texas town never let him forget how he grew up. I certainly hope I never blame someone for something they have no control over, as I saw how much it disturbed Blade as a child and adult. I ached right along with him when he tried to make it seem as though he was not affected by gossip, but truly did feel hurt. I never knew how Jenny and Blade would respond to what was happening in the story, and sometimes they reacted in a surprising manner. GOLDEN MAN is often heartbreakingly emotional. Ann Major makes her characters the kind of individuals for whom you care, and I really wanted this couple to be contented when the book ended.
I voluntarily reviewed the book and all comments are my honest opinion
I make more of this than is in the story- I was just irritated by it. That's the sign of a good story though isn't it? It makes you think.
The characters were well written with all their foibles and the story flowed well.
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own and freely given.
Blade Taylor has return to town after a decade away. The local bad boy grew up with a drunken and abusive father and a mother who abandon him. He cannot forget the one woman who showed him kindness, his adopted father’s son wife.
Jenny Zachary grew up as the prim and proper preacher’s daughter. Married her high school sweetheart and after his death still trying to fulfill his dreams of a resort on the ranch while taking care of their two year old daughter. But she has her own secret that betrays her proper persona. Before her marriage, she slept with Blade. She never forgotten him and now he is back in town.
Will time be good to them this time around or will his reputation destroy any hance of them to be together? Emotions heat up quickly in this story of long lost love.
Not my favorite. But it was a good read. The characters are well developed and there is a great story line. I didn't care for the drawn out descriptive scenes. I had a hard time staying captivated.
The story is about a girl named Jenny who had recently lost her husband two years before. She is struggling to keep her husband's dream resort a float. Then in walks Blade, her brother in law. Blade has been away ten years and things are different than before. Jenny and Blade struggle with their secret love for one another. Not admitting that their feelings, scared the other doesn't feel the same. Which causes a lot of arguments, misunderstanding and grief. Blade is the town bad boy everyone gossips about. Jenny has always stood up for him and knows that he is not what the town perceives him to be. Can Blade help her to save the resort and not runaway from his feelings? Can Jenny survive heartbreak?
If you like a romance then I would try it. Like I said it is not a bad book just not the book for me.