Monday, March 21, 2016

The Last Ride by Susan K. Marlow Book Review

1884 – California
Andrea Carter is turning sweet sixteen and life could not be better. School’s almost over for good, and there will be plenty of time to train the colt of her treasured horse, Taffy. Best of all, big brother Chad is giving Andi more responsibilities on the ranch she loves.

Her first job is to teach city-slicker cousin Daniel how things work on the Circle C. There’s just one big problem: Daniel wants nothing to do with ranch life. Charming one minute and outrageously rude the next, he ignores common sense, defies authority, and proves a danger to everyone, including himself.

When Andi stumbles onto a horrifying secret about Daniel, he warns her to stay silent or face the deadly consequences. But all bets are off when Daniel’s actions set off a chain of events that leave Andi brokenhearted and bitter. Can anyone break through the wall around Andi’s heart and help her find healing?
My Thoughts:

My family has been hooked on Susan K. Marlow’s books since we meet her at a homeschool convention. We have read every book in every series. We always eagerly wait for the next book.

Goldtown Adventure for boys 8-12
I love the Godly characters that Susan K. Marlow presents in her books. Seeing Andi growing up within the pages of these books has been delightful.

This is the third book in the Circle C Milestones series and I look forward to the next book in the series.

Andi has to grow up and face some hard times in her life. She struggles with faith and forgiveness. With the tragedy of losing her beloved Taffy she feels angry and hopeless. How can you forgive someone who is so selfish.

We meet an old friend, who comes back to Circle C Ranch. My family was excited to get reacquainted with Riley again. We also look forward to see if there may be a future with Andi and Riley. Riley proves to be a young man with discernment and wisdom beyond his years.

This has been a different adventure for Andi and her family. Still this has been another wonderful page turner. I was sad to see such tragedy but, look forward to her future with Shasta.

Thank you Susan for another wonderful book. My family has been truly blessed by all of your books. I would highly recommend all of your books.

Disclaimer: I provided an advanced reader copy of this book from Kregel Publication for free in order to write this review. All thoughts and opinions are mine and were not subject to editing from the publisher.

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