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- ASIN : B01DCM6Q0A
- Publisher : Love Lane Books Ltd; 1st edition (March 22, 2016)
- Publication date : March 22, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 975 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 251 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #320,903 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This book “The Rancher's Son” is a continuation of Book one, Crooked Tree Ranch. While book one was more family-oriented giving us some of the backstory for these families and the ranch and what they have all been through over the years, this book is more mysterious and suspenseful. It keeps you entertained and guessing what will happen from one page to the next. This author just has a way with words, making every word count in the process of giving us great books we will remember. We always get a flawless connection between all of the books in each series RJ Scott puts out from start to finish.
Ethan has been estranged from his family and Crooked Tree for years. He’s never given up hope that he will find his brother Justin, and Justin’s friend, Adam, since they disappeared without a trace 10+ years before, and has spent his life as a police officer since then looking for them both. My heart hurt for Ethan just knowing how much he’s been suffering in wondering what happened to them, and not being able to do anything more to find them and that Ethan’s dad acted so horrible to him afterward causing the discord between their families. But once Adam re-appears things start to clear up and fences start to get mended.
Adam has amnesia from an event that landed him in the hospital as a John Doe, leading a surprised and thankful Ethan directly to him. But over time, Adam starts remembering small details of his past and the time he was away. I love that Ethan was basically the only thing Adam initially remembered, it just shows us that no matter what happens and how long you’re gone there’s still a chance you can find your way home to the person you love. I really enjoyed the story for these two characters and how their love just seemed to grow and last no matter what happened and how much time passed it was a nice slow build up to some true lasting love in this book. The story for the two men ends on a decent note with an even better lead up into what could/might just happen next; in the third book of this series.
This book is the second in the Crooked Tree series, and I adore it even more than the first. There is love, angst, mystery, and enough left open to make the listener anxious for the next book. Ethan and Adam fell in love as teens, then Ethan's brother Justin and Adam went missing. Now, Adam has been found, but he has no memory. Ethan works at helping Adam to remember, while they find themselves falling in love again as adults.
RJ Scott has written another wonderful story, and Sean Crisden has given each of the characters life. I loved this pairing of one of my favorite authors and one of my favorite narrators. I look forward to the next installment, Justin's story.
I was given a free copy of this audiobook in return for an honest review.
When Ethan gets word that a man with no memory has surfaced in Chicago, repeating his name he has hope that maybe it was his brother. When he receives a picture of a badly beaten man he knows it not Justin. When he get to Chicago he realizes that underneath the bruises and damaged body, the man is Adam. The boy he feel in love with so many years ago, the man he still loves. He wants answers but Adam is unable to give them.
They slowly make their way back to Crooked Tree. Tiny bits and pieces of memory returning, most of them not giving either man any peace. Once home, both men are overwhelmed. By family, history, feelings. Ethan falling deeper in love. Adam, not knowing his past, is certain the only man he has ever loved is beside him.
I don't want to give away any plot details. I'll just say it never occurred to me. This book was more filled out than the first one. Not unusual in a new series. Characters are more defined, the story was crisper. Their feelings, past and present were well done. I enjoyed it.
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I cant wait until June when RJ will be releasing the next instalment of the crooked ranch series
I loved how the story flowed, we found out some info about the disappearance but there is definitely more questions on that.
RJ Scott has a great ability to write great stories that have great characters, both main and support that just grips you from the beginning.
Recommend reading this series.