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The Last Resort Kindle Edition
"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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The Last Resort is well written, with a lively cast of characters and a swoon worthy male hero in Hank. (I now have an unforeseen fetish with black stetsons.) At the conclusion, I am left with mixed feelings about the female protagonist Ali. Initially, I found it very difficult to connect with the character, parts of her personality were frustrating, but ultimately it was worth sticking it out to see her growth and 'let go'. There is a trust built between Ali and Hank throughout the pages that wobbles at first but is wonderful to see pay off at the end. There is something to be said about how the author showcases personal pain in this book; that everyone's internal issues and pain is different and it does not compare to another person. It was interesting to see the variety of issues present at rehab center Ali attended. Ali, herself, had a long journey through denial, anger, and self acceptance. All in all, a fine reading endeavor.
But wait? Is that all there is to life?
Well, Ali is about to find out after a horseback riding accident lands her in the hospital. The accident not only breaks her arm, her confidence is also shattered. She's sent to the exclusive Pebble Creek Lodge to get her business mojo back.
Enter hot, mysterious, did I say hot? ranch hand, Hank Mathis. Ali can't help but be attracted to him. Watching the banter between this down-to-earth cowboy and the prim, focused financial executive is so much fun. Kovach has really captured the two worlds, and it is so much fun to hitch a ride along.
The path is rocky, both Ali and Hank have secrets in their past that could break them apart. The question is, when things get bad, will they get back on the horse?
Note: I was a beta reader for this book.
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