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Back In The Saddle

Posted by [email protected] on March 24, 2017 at 6:30 PM

This is the first book I have read by Ruth Logan Herne. I look forward to reading more of her stories. I give this book 4 stars. I also would recommend this book to everyone that likes to read. Looking at the cover of this book, you would think this is a typical western cowboy type story. This was a good romance fiction.

This book is about Colt Stafford and Angelina Morales. Sam Stafford is Colt's son. Angelina is the manager of the house. Colt has been gone from the ranch in for nine years. Now he has come back home. Colt was living in Manhatten, when the market crashed and  it left him broke, so he returned home to help out. But the question is when the market gets better will he stay at the Double S Ranch, or will he go back to Wall Street in Manhatten. Colt's mother, Christine Stafford had died thirty one years ago, when Colt was four years old.  Colt called a P.I. friend of his, Jake. He wanted him to look into Angelina's life.  He told Colt that she had been a detective in Seattle on the drug section.  He also found Angelina's mom and son, and where they lived.  Colt went to get them and moved them into the ranch. Noah was so excited.  He took to Colt like he had always new him.  Colt eventually  decided to stay at the ranch.

Angelina had a son, Noah, that stays with her mom. She had also been on the police force, as a hostage negotiator, and with the drug task force.  She helped bring down some major players in the drug network.  She moved her mom and son to a cabin where they would be safe.  She decided to stay at the ranch, after her and Colt decided to get married. She hoped that her mom would stay, and she said that she would. Colt's brother Nick had two girls, Cheyenne and Dakota.  Isabo, Angelina's mom helps to take care of Noah and both girls, when needed.

I received this book for my honest opinion from Blogging For Books.

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