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  • Posted October 5, 2011

    Wild Mustang

    Last Chance Cowboy by Cathy McDavid
    5 STARS
    It was an engaging story. I would love to read and see what happens in Ethan's story.
    Gavin's Family has been ranching in Mustang Valley for generations. They had to sell the land to pay for Gavin's mom heart transplant. Unfortuneately her body rejected it and died soon. Since they lost most of the land they had turned to riding school. Gavin has a new partner Dan and they plan to trap a wild mustang and breed him. He contacted the BLM but they did not believe it to be a wild mustang.
    Gavin's daughter had just started to live with him for the first time and they were not adjusting too well. Cassie loved the horses and her puppy went everywhere with her. She did not know her father too well he could only afford to travel back east every 3 years. Her mom got remarried and had a new baby but Cassie did not get along with her stepdad. Did not want to live in boarding school so it was her idea to try living with her dad. Gavin was happy to have her.
    Ethan was home from the milatary with a missing leg and was still adjusting to it. He can shoe horses and train them.
    Gavin's dad still lived at the ranch but he still was depressed and not involved with anything.
    Sage showed up at the ranch from the BLM to bring in the mustang. No one let Gavin know. Without someone from the BLM they could not get the wild mustang.
    Sage did not think their would be a problem adoptting the horse and her boss agreed. Sage also in the area to try and serve her ex with child support papers. He kept moving and had not paid any for the last 4 years.
    Dan demanded for the first time to test and make sure he was the father and had no interest in Isa a 6 years old. Dan was also Gavin's new partner. Dan did not want Sage on the ranch except to trap the Wild Mustang. They were going to do it the old way on horse back.
    I loved the horses. Cassie how good she was with Isa. Teaching her how to ride and how when Cassie rode she even took her puppy with her in her jacket. They all had to overcome problems. Hated Dan loved everyone else though.
    I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley.

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  • Posted August 22, 2011

    Chasing a Dream

    A man, a woman and a wild Mustang. Gabe Powell is fighting to keep his family together. A medical tragedy forced his family to sell off his family's cattle business and most of his land. His only hope to keep things going is to capture a wild mustang. Sage Navarre stops at the Powell's ranch on her way to confront her daughter's father about four years of back child support. The man is Gabe's new business partner and is providing the funding to improve the ranch and secure its future.

    Last Chance Cowboy is a moving story of dreams and triumphs. In his quest for the horse, Gabe finally finds a way to connect with his estranged daughter. In her drive to secure her daughter's future, Sage finds a man doing everything he can to support his family. Both Gabe and Sage are shaped by the tragedies in their past, and think they know what really matters.

    But the hunt for the wild mustang might just shift their priorities and give them a better dream. If they have the courage to chase it.

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