Monday, February 15, 2016

On Lone Star Trail by Amanda Cabot

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 R&R 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.

Book Three of the Texas Crossroads series once again finds us at Rainbow's End.  Gillian goes there to recuperate from a life altering injury to her hand.  Kate, her best friend, along with Kate's husband own Rainbow's End Resort.  Kate is where she has always gone when she needs time away from the world.  Gillian has to decide what her future holds for her.  Her dad thinks getting married and producing grandchildren is the answer.  But she has to marry the right kind of man. 

TJ is running from the loss of his wife and from God.  He ends up hydroplaning on a rainy road right in front of Gillian.  It was a motorcycle that caused her hand injury.  So understandably she never wants to see a motorcycle again.  She offers him a ride to Rainbow's End.  There the story begins with them both trying to find the direction in life they are going to take.  Gillian with God's help and TJ trying to outrun God. 

I found the book entertaining.  A nice cozy read would be how I would describe it.  Although this was the third book in the series,  it is not necessary to read the other two to read this book.  I would suggest reading them just because they are good books.

I was given this book by the publisher for an honest review.  I was not compensated in any way.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for taking the time to read and review my book. I appreciate it!