Friday, March 4, 2016
On Lone Star Trail
This was such a great book that far beat my expectations! It is the third book in a trilogy, but I don't think it is necessary to read all three. I didn't read the first two and I had no problems connecting. If the first two in the trilogy are half as good as this one though they would definitely be worth reading.
This book is so sweet and romantic. I found the lives of the characters easy to relate to and realistic. It's about two people with shattered pasts and their journey to healing and finding love. The struggle with their faith and the way they helped each other with their spiritual issues was touching.
I would highly recommend this novel even if it is not your normal genre. It was a nice change of pace for me and I'm sure others would enjoy it as well as I did.
More about the book:
A woman without a future. A man running from the past.
One enchanting place where broken dreams are mended.
If there's one thing Gillian Hodge never wants to see again, it's a man on a motorcycle. Her last encounter with one left her right hand crushed, ending her promising career as a concert pianist. Unsure about the next phase in her life, she heads to Rainbow's End Resort for some rest and relaxation when a sudden thunderstorm causes a motorcycle to crash right in front of her.
When TJ Benjamin's wife died, he lost more than his best friend, he lost his faith. He has spent the past year wandering the country on his motorcycle, trying not to think about the future. When he finds himself stranded with a busted bike and a reluctant rescuer, he has to wonder about God's sense of humor.
As these broken people collide, they find that a bright future is still ahead-it just might not be the one they imagined for themselves.
***Thank you to Revell for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.