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Now and Forever Wild At Heart book 2 by Mary Connealy is a
book you don’t want to miss. Shannon is a strong-willed, self-reliant, strong
woman who has homesteaded a place where she is raising sheep. She is literally thrown
into mountain man Tuckers life when she saves him from a bear by throwing him
and herself into the river. Little did she know how much this one act would
change their lives forever.
I really enjoyed this book. Shannon is a strong woman that
is trying to make up for things she saw and did in the Civil War by caring for
her sheep. Tucker is a self-sufficient Mountain man. He and Shannon have to be
strong and courageous to survive their ordeal. Then they are thrown together relying
on each other and God. Shannon has to save Tucker and ends up married to him. This
is their journey of first survival, then finding who is burning homesteaders
out before Shannon is the next homestead targeted, all the while learning to
love themselves, each other and God. It is Shannon learning to let go of her
past and let God heal her heart.
This is a great fast moving exciting book. It combines,
love, romance, the frontier, faith as well as a mystery. Who could ask for more.
I had not read the first book in this series but this book worked as a stand-alone
book too. I will be getting the first one because if it is as good as this one
I don’t want to miss it. I highly recommend this book especially if you like romance,
mystery and western books.
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