- File Size: 1715 KB
- Print Length: 198 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 11, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LWIT70J
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #750,015 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Lone Wolf's Child (Sons of Silver Springs Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Ebook from Netgalley and publishers with thanks. Opinion my own. Purchased Ebook.
This was a great story not only a romance but alot more. I loved how everything in the story came together : there was anforever love, a young child, danger, betrayal, a crime talked about in jest, warnings, family misunderstandings, a near death experience, a heart stopping yet brought back, a family coming back together, an federal agent, an upcoming trial, kidnapping, threats, supposid bad luck, a witness and so much more. I loved the fact how no matter what Pru loved her man and he her. Even when Pru wanted to stay away from Chance she loved him. I loved the plot and the ins and outs as well as the characters and I highly recommend.
"The Lone Wolf's Child" smoothly continues the storyline started in last month's "Heart of a Lawman" while telling a fully formed story of its own. Chance and Pru's romance is quite poignant. They long for each other even when they're apart and we can feel the love that burns between them even before their first encounter in the book. This rodeo man and the preacher's daughter make a couple to root for. As usual, Rosemoor find numerous ways to put her leads in dangerous situations, keeping the tension high and the action moving.
About the biggest compliment I can give the book was that I went in not wanting to read it at all and still enjoyed it. Rosemoor's entry in the secret baby marathon is a well told tale that drew me in by making me care about the people involved, which went a long way to helping me overcome the fact that they were living a cliche. I was able to understand their motives and sympathize with both sides by the end. I started out siding with Pru 100%, but Chance's wanderlust was well explained and established. By the end, I just wanted them to find a happy ending. Well done. Anyone who's had enough of this plot hook won't find anything new here, but those who can't get enough of it should find "The Lone Wolf's Child" to be a fine example of the genre.