Friday, November 7, 2014
Softly Falling by Carla Kelly
Beautiful Lily Branson learns that her wayward father has lost his Wyoming cattle ranch in a card game to handsome cowboy Jack Sinclair, no less! When a series of deadly winter storms sets in, Lily and Jack must work together to save the cattle—as well as their hearts.
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: Sweetwater Books (November 11, 2014)
Carla Kelly is a veteran of the New York and international publishing world. The author of more than thirty novels and novellas for Donald I. Fine Co., Signet, and Harlequin, Carla is the recipient of two Rita Awards (think Oscars for romance writing) from Romance Writers of America and two Spur Awards (think Oscars for western fiction) from Western Writers of America. She is also a recipient of a Whitney Award for Borrowed Light and My Loving Vigil Keeping.
My review: Softly Falling by Carla Kelly
Softly Falling has drawn me right into the story. I cared for the characters and all the trouble they have seen. The word descriptions are so vivid it makes me want to look outside to see if it is snowing. I could not imagine that much snow for a winter except on the mountain tops. Glad we have snow plows.
Lily Branson comes from England to stay with her father on his ranch. She finds he had gambled it away. He works on another ranch as their bookkeeper. She offers to teach the children on the ranch.
Jack Sinclair is the ranch manager. He is also the won who won the neighboring ranch from Lily's father. Jack has two cows & one Herford bull on his ranch. He plans to build up slowly.
He keeps warning his boss that they should have sold most of the cows. That it will be a early hard winter. He is laughed at.
This is a book of trials that make the survivors stronger and closer than ever. Shows how working together is so important.
The setting is a ranch in Wyoming territory 1886.
Even though they are going through tough times, they have to live, learn, laughter & celebrations of holidays. They try to be positive and have a plan to make it.
Some of events towards the end you could guess what would happen next, but that was okay. I did not want the story to end yet.
This was dramatic, action packed, romance and just a plain good clean story.
I was given this ebook to read so I could give an honest review and be part of Softly Falling blog tour.
Softly Falling” blog tour schedule:
November 2: Deal Sharing Aunt • Jorie Love a Story • The Reader’s Cove
November 3: A Book a Day • Batch of Books • Fire and Ice
November 4: Getting Your Read On
November 5: Christina Dymock
November 6: Bookworm Lisa • Books and Benches
November 7: Readalot
November 8: Babs Book Bistro • Mom Loves 2 Read
November 9: Kindle and Me • My Book Addiction and More
November 10: Julie Coulter Bellon • Wishful Endings • Kindle Light Reading
November 11: Mel’s Shelves
November 12: Reader Girls
November 13: Katie’s Clean Book Collection • I am a Reader
November 14: Manga Maniac Cafe
November 15: Read For Your Future • WV Stitcher
November 16: Geolibrarian
November 17: EmmyMom • My Life One Story at a Time
November 18: Canda’s InkBlast
November 19: Bloggin’ ’bout Books • The Things I Love Most
November 20: Wondrous Reviews
November 21: A Room Without Books is Empty
November 22: My Devotional Thoughts • For the Love of Books
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