by Jane Squires
(Wasola, Mo. USA)
This books is a little slow getting yourself involved in. But once you do, you are headed for a great adventure. I felt like I was walking through this story with the characters.
Emmy like a lot of young ladies today was unhappy with her parents because she had to go to Texas to visit a friend of her father and could not go to her sister's and see the new baby. So many children today are the same way. So they set out to make the most of the tortured trip they expect. But Emmy is surprised how her trip turns around and she meets the man of dreams quickly.
Yet she is not able to believe she is in love with him as she struggles with her feelings.
Diego knows he loves the woman from the fire his Mom sees for him but finds it hard not to encroach on his friend's (who is like a brother to him) feelings. Cuddy is not the type of person his parents think he should be and so struggles with feelings of unworthiness.
There is something we all can relate to.
When the Rawson's and Emmy's parents go to help their friend buy cattle, a real adventure of danger, cattle rustlers, thieves, embarks. You get so caught up in the story you cannot lay it down.
I was going through some rough times and even though they don't relate to the story, the emphasis on faith lifted me up many times.
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