A year after their family was brutally torn apart, the Graham siblings begin to put their lives back together at their ranch in East Texas. Olivia Graham has strived to take care of her younger brothers and sisters. But their family circle was broken when their young brother Benjy disappeared.... show more
A year after their family was brutally torn apart, the Graham siblings begin to put their lives back together at their ranch in East Texas. Olivia Graham has strived to take care of her younger brothers and sisters. But their family circle was broken when their young brother Benjy disappeared. She can't shake the feeling that he must be out there, somewhere. Brody Armstrong, a handsome but rough-around-the-edges Texas Ranger, has been working on their case for months, and now he has a promising lead. As Liv follows him across the rugged Texas landscape and into Mexico, she'll begin to find the answers she needs - as Brody finds a passion he didn't know he wanted...
Publish date: July 2012
Publisher: Kensington Brava
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Circle Eight (#2)
Now, you see two stars, but that didn't mean I didn't enjoy it. I think my guilty pleasures are historical westerns. Is the book written well? It's okay. I thought Olivia was a bit too perfect a lot of the times. And Brody was alright I guess. The story was engaging and westerny which is what I was...
2.5 starsThis one might get bumped up to 3 stars because I still think this series has potential, and compared to book 3, book 1 and 2(this one) have better romance & characterization. I will need to revisit later.
Olivia bugged the ever loving shit out of me...review to follow
A hard book to review. The heroine is pushy, bossy and stubborn. The hero is slow to act and lost in his head with all the little details. They are a perfect pair, he needs the kick in the butt she is happy to give and she needs to realise haste is not always the best solution. Brody is a Texas ...
Enjoyable second installment. Lang doesn't shy away from the uglier side of people. Some resolution was achieved on a few open issues on book one but the overall mystery/arc is still in progress. I am really looking forward to the next one. I enjoyed seeing the family again and think I have a fe...