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by Rowan Speedwell
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jules0623
jules0623 rated it 6 years ago
I really liked Joshua's story. His cravings, his fight out of depression were written fantastically, but the relationship between him and Eli lacked any chemistry. And Eli calling him 'son' really creeped me out.
Romancing Riley
Romancing Riley rated it 6 years ago
Overall, I liked it. There were a couple scenes in the middle that kinda threw me off. They didn't really fit the tone of rest of the book, but I still enjoyed it.
KindleRomance
KindleRomance rated it 6 years ago
Love comes to the rescue to save a broken soul.Joshua Chastain is finally done with his FBI undercover assignment that almost killed him. After spending months in detox to get off heroin, he needs a place to recover. His Uncle Tucker owns a ranch and offers to let him work and live there. Eli Kelly ...
Debra E's Never-Ending TBR
Debra E's Never-Ending TBR rated it 6 years ago
This was my first Rowan Speedwell book and I enjoyed the story and writing. Joshua is an FBI agent that has just come out of 3 years in deep cover with a violent gang that left him severely damaged both physically and mentally. He agrees to go to his uncle's ranch to recover and learn the business...
susanylee
susanylee rated it 6 years ago
3.5+ starsSo…I’m on a cowboy kick. I like ‘em. Thus it’s pretty much a given that I’m predisposed to enjoy “Love, Like Water”. That, and its Rowan Speedwell, of whom I’m a big fan!This book is LOVELY. In fact, the first 75% of the book is a solid 4+ stars for me. The author manages to introduce us...
Mandy, I read obsessively
Mandy, I read obsessively rated it 6 years ago
Well, this is a powerful book about redemption, healing and forgiveness.Joshua has had an agonizing three years of undercover work, seeing and doing things no one should have to, he's come to his Uncle Tucker's ranch to heal, both physically and more importantly mentally.The ranch, the animals and e...
Candice
Candice rated it 6 years ago
2.45 stars While this was a very well written story (and had cowboys), and had a slow burning romance with some angsty parts, there were just some things that I ended up having a problem with that took away from the story. Eli calling Joshua "son", way too many times, made him seem like he was clos...
JustJen
JustJen rated it 6 years ago
4.5 starsI am a huge fan of the movie, Donnie Brasco, which, if you haven't seen it, I highly recommend you do so. It reminded me so much of Joshua and what he went through being so deep undercover for so long that he had trouble keeping the different persona's separate. What he had seen and endur...
Slitsread
Slitsread rated it 6 years ago
Love love lovered this book!!!Review to come
The Tipsybibliophile
The Tipsybibliophile rated it 6 years ago
3.75 StarsJoshua Chastain is a Federal agent that has just come out of a three year undercover assigment a completely broken man. He was in deep with one of the Latin gangs in the inner city of Chicago, he did what he was asked, he got the bad guys and enough evidence to put them away forever, but i...
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