Too Far Down (The Cimarron Legacy Book #3)

Too Far Down (The Cimarron Legacy Book #3)

by Mary Connealy

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Cowboys, Action, Humor, and History Collide in Connealy's Latest

When an explosion kills men and damages the CR Mining Company, the Bodens realize their troubles are not behind them as they thought. Shadowy forces are still working against them.

Cole Boden finds himself caught between missing his time back East and all that New Mexico offers. Sure he fights with his siblings now and then, but he does care for them. He enjoys running the mine and, when he's honest, he admits that Melanie Blake captures his interest in a way no other woman ever has.

Melanie has been a friend to the Bodens forever. A cowgirl who is more comfortable with horses and lassoes than people, she never expected to find herself falling for someone. Particularly for refined Cole Boden, a Harvard graduate who may not stay long at the ranch. She's determined, however, to help the Bodens finally put an end to the danger that's threatened all of them. But will putting herself in harm's way be more dangerous than anyone expected?

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ISBN-13: 9781441269584
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/03/2017
Series: Cimarron Legacy , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 1,404
File size: 6 MB

About the Author

Mary Connealy writes "romantic comedies with cowboys" and is celebrated for her fun, zany, action-packed style. She has more than half a million books in print. She is the author of the popular series Wild at Heart, The Kincaid Brides, Trouble in Texas, Lassoed in Texas, Sophie's Daughters, and many other books. Mary lives on a ranch in eastern Nebraska with her very own romantic cowboy hero. Learn more at
Mary Connealy writes "romantic comedies with cowboys" and is celebrated for her fun, zany, action-packed style. She has more than half a million books in print. She is the author of the popular series Wild at Heart, Kincaid Brides, Trouble in Texas, Lassoed in Texas, Sophie's Daughters, and many other books. Mary lives on a ranch in eastern Nebraska with her very own romantic cowboy hero. Learn more at

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Too Far Down 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
rkfall More than 1 year ago
This is book three in the series and I thought an excellent conclusion. It can stand alone but is also nice if you have read the other 2, which by the way I recommend. There is love, suspense, and I find that Mary has a way of painting her characters that make them seem legit. This book involves a family legacy at stake. There are snakes around trying to move in and kill off the offspring to take over the valuable land. The parts about the gold mines really make you feel and smell and experience the mines in a believable way. The family togetherness was tender and what everyone longs for his or her family to be like, there for each other and fighting the battle shoulder to shoulder. I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
BethErin More than 1 year ago
The Cimarron Legacy series conclusion is a wild ride with nuggets of humor, family, and faith along the way! When the entire Boden clan and their most trusted friends circle the wagons to root out the evildoers once and for all, the result will touch your heart and tickle your funny bone! Y'all can read this book as a stand-alone but I highly recommend snagging the whole series for maximum enjoyment!  I requested the opportunity to read this book through NetGalley and the publisher. The opinions expressed are my own.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In the case of Too Far Down, the book blurb is not an accurate description of the novel. Sure, we don’t want any spoilers, but after reading the blurb for this book, I anticipated a historical romance. What I received, however, was a great action\mystery and family drama with a side of romance, which is a lot more intriguing to me. Like Uncle Walt says, “I’ve never been much interested in gold, but I love a mystery.” Yes, there is romance between Cole and Melanie, but the mystery of who is trying to destroy the Boden family is drives the plot. On the romance side, I enjoyed reading about Melanie and Cole. Mel engages and draws Cole out during their daily rides. Cole treats Mel as an equal and respects her choices. They have known each other since childhood, but as readers, we get to watch as they grow to love each other in adulthood. Where the romance between Cole and Melanie is a slow burn, the action of the last third of the novel really draws my attention. The cuts between scenes are well timed and kept me turning pages! These sections are a thrilling read of page after page of not knowing who would survive, and who was the behind the treachery. Of the characters in Too Far Down, the women are well developed and really shine. Mel, Sadie, Angie, and Ronnie are strong, self-rescuing, women. Just the kind of women I have a preference for in my novels. “Why is it, ” she asked the ceiling, ” when you really need a man around with some idea about how to rescue a bunch of damsels in distress, they’re nowhere to be see?” She figured she, Sadie, Angie, and Rosita would just go ahead and save themselves … Each of these women made a real impression on me, doing all they can to save themselves, their men, and the family legacy. My only grievance with Too Far Down is the sudden switches in narrators. The switches are not labelled and very distracting. Each change takes some reading to determine the specific narrator. The narration switches between Cole and Melanie, and also switches to Cole’s mother, Veronica. The sections which are narrated by Veronica are important to the plot, but at the beginning of the novel is very bewildering. By the end, I came appreciated Ronnie’s sections of the novel. Too Far Down is an excellent conclusion to the Cimarron Legacy books. And I’m disappointed in myself for not having read the others books in the series. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel, and look forward to reading the other books in the series.
Holly More than 1 year ago
Too Far Down is the third and final book in the Cimarron Legacy series! This book literally starts off with a bang with a explosion happening at the CR Mining Company. With Cole Boden still recovering from his bullet wound from events in the last book (Long Time Gone), Cole realizes that he is gonna need more help to finish this fight of good over evil on his ranch -- and that help shows up in the form of a woman named Melanie. Everything that happens in the beginning of this book, plus what has happened in the past, leads up to an epic blazing shootout that will settle everything once and for all. The reader is left with an equally epic ending that wraps-up everything for this family who vowed to do anything and everything to save their Legacy! In all honesty, I would highly recommend reading the two prior books in this series before reading this book or you might find yourself a bit lost -- like me, but it also makes you want to read the first two books in the series. Shoot, I want to read other books by author Mary Connealy because she brings so much to the table. Every time I read a romantic historical western, it seems like it's set in Texas. Having Too Far Down set in New Mexico Territory sets apart the Cimarron Legacy series and this story from all the rest. Thank You to Mary Connealy for writing an engaging series that is set in a state that I once called home! I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from Lone Star Book Blog Tours!
LizzyB27 More than 1 year ago
The Bodens are back with the latest tale of adventure trying to save the Cimarron Legacy. We open in the gold mines on the Cimarron Ranch, where an explosion has trapped some of the miners, and have killed others. Obviously, this was a planned explosion. But who? Why? As we go through the story of figuring out this puzzle, we watch the oldest Boden son, Cole, fall in love with lifelong friend, Mel Blake. Mel is trying to help Cole solve the mine issues, and she lives on the neighboring ranch. Cole's biological mother dies when he was little, and her parents were rich, lavishing it upon him, spoiling him, trying to control him. These grandparents set a dangerous plan in motion for someone else to take the Cimarron Ranch from the Bodens, Hattie June. Hattie was an actress who married another bad person, who is now dead, and she wants this ranch. While attacking Hattie June and her group of bandits are attacking the ranch house with the Boden women inside, Sadie Boden's husband's brother shows up and suggests burning the house down! The Boden men are trapped in the mine and unable to help...
RuthieJonesTX More than 1 year ago
Too Far Down is a thrilling ride into the gold mines of New Mexico Territory, filled with greed, murder, and romance. While Too Far Down does reference previous events and people from the first two books in the Cimarron Legacy series, this third book can be enjoyed as a standalone. Too Far Down starts off explosively, literally, and never stops for a single breath. Cole Boden and his siblings as well as close friends from a neighboring ranch race against the clock to find out who is behind such deadly destruction and why, but every turn produces more questions, every person appears more sinister, and every heart-pounding moment pushes them deeper into the mystery. And what a mystery it is, chock full of cryptic messages, piles of gold, secret passageways, wanted posters, impostors, relentless villains, betrayal, revenge constant danger, and a Wild West shootout that rivals any Hollywood production. Add in a hefty dose of romance and an adorable little Irish boy named Finn, and you have yourself one entertaining story that won’t relinquish its hold on you until the very last page. The overall plot in Too Far Down is delightfully intricate and full of twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I will admit that I yelled “Hurry up!” and “Uh oh!” during the climactic scenes, obviously proving that I really was on the edge of my seat as I raced through the chapters. Well done!
JustCommonly More than 1 year ago
". . . it was just plain entertaining to watch Cole nearly choke." (49) The Cimarron Legacy is good old western romance filled with cowboys, horse riding, lassoing, adventure and some not your typical damsels. The last novel in the series by Mary Connealy, Too Far Down explodes (and I mean that quite literally) with everything you expect from the author. "Why is it. . . when you really need a man around with some idea about how to rescue a bunch of damsels in distress, they are no where to be seen?" (273) Too Far Down has humor and lovely banter. To be honest, Cole was the last of the Boden boys that I never felt too connected, despite having had quite the presence in the previous novels. And Melanie, well, I can say the same for her too. And to start off, Cole seems very "stick-in-the-mud" type and Melanie was way tomboyish than I'd like in my heroines. YET, those two just hits it off with flying colors in this story that provides so much more depth in their characters and development. Then we hit the mark with the plot lines. Goodness! When you think of the good old John Wayne westerns with all the gun fighting and adventure, well, you'll love how the series' mystery thread unfolds. Those scenes were heart-stopping! As the final installment of the series, Too Far Down gave readers a solid and satisfying conclusion, while maintaining its distinct voice as a single novel. It would be preferable to read the series in succession even though each can be read as a standalone. The author did a great job in weaving in the backstory of each of the characters from other novels. In all, Mary Connealy sure knows how to write Westerns filled with witty humor, fast-paced adventure and suspenseful scenes from the very first page! Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the author/publisher. I was not required to write a positive review, and have not been compensated for this. This is my honest opinion.
Digging4Pearls More than 1 year ago
Cole Boden is tied between staying in New Mexico Territory and managing the mine his family owns or eventually returning to the city that he loves. Problem is, he's bound to his family's ranch for at least a year because of a stipulation in his pa's will. What he doesn't plan to do is put down roots in the west. Melanie Blake has known Cole her entire life. With growing up on the ranch that borders the Boden claim, she has had no interest other than roping and riding. But ever since Cole was injured, she finds herself beginning to care about the man. Will she ever be able to convince him to stay instead of returning to the east? Too Far Down is a delightful end to the Cimarron Legacy trilogy and ties together some of Mary Connealy's other books. I found it to be a fun read. This review is my own opinion and I was not in any way obligated to provide a favorable review in exchange for a free book. - 2017
NDowning More than 1 year ago
This book was one of the best I have ever read from Mary Connealy. And that is high praise considering I like almost everything she has written! You can’t go wrong with this book. This is the third book in the series The Cimarron Legacy. It would probably be helpful to read the first two books before this one just to get all the background (plus, they are good books as well and you want the whole story!) Mary had just the right combination of suspense, humor, and romance to make this an excellent read. One of my favorite quotes from the book: “I will admit that when we’re alone, I have a few notions that’d cause your Uncle Walt to shoot me dead.” “I don’t think Uncle Walt would shoot you dead. He’d probably just wing you.” I was entertained the whole way thorough, and quite literally did not want to put the book down. Bethany House Publishers gave me a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
VJoyPalmer More than 1 year ago
The story of the couple we've known should be together all along has arrived! Join the Boden clan as they put the mystery at who is behind the attacks on their family and property to rest for once and for all! And boy, did Mary Connealy put us through the wringer with such a layered mystery! Also, I really enjoyed the look into what it was like to mine for gold in the Old West. How fun! Cole is charming and far more stubborn than a pickle jar. Melanie is a strong, spunky girl-next-door, someone who's always been there for Cole. Waiting for them to finally profess their undying love for each other resembles a five-year-old waiting for Christmas morning. However, that "Christmas morning" moment is just as sweet.
lolly-pops More than 1 year ago
TOO FAR DOWN is the third book in Ms. Connealy's The Cimarron Legacy. This book does stand alone, but to keep up with the family history and their trials and tribulations and romances fans will want to read No Way Up and Long Time Gone to find out the rest of the story. TOO FAR DOWN starts out with a literal explosion--classic Mary Connealy--blasting the readers into the action immediately on page one. And it doesn't let up. In fact it seems iffy that the hero will even survive the first chapter with dynamite going off here, there and everywhere and the mountain literally raining down on their heads. Who is behind the attack, and is it as Cole and his family fears, that someone wants the ranch, wants the gold mines, and somehow knows the terms of the patriarch's will? Who? This is a historical, a western, a romance, and a suspense all rolled into one. Fans of any and all of these genres will love TOO FAR DOWN. Plus Ms. Connealy add's lots of humor, guaranteed to get a laugh or more from the story. For the screamish, there are some bodies. Lots of blood and gore. But nothing creepy or chilling or disturbing. This book might keep you up at night trying to figure out who-dun-it and why, but it won't give you nightmares. I was given a copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
Heart2Heart More than 1 year ago
I've been a huge fan of westerns since high school. There is just something about the rugged old west, handsome cowboys and the constant struggle against the good and the bad. Mary Connealy is just the right Christian author that fans of westerns will LOVE. Her series, the Cimarron Legacy is filled with intrigue, non stop action, and of course romance! Her latest novel in the series, Too Far Down which is the third book, picks up with Cole Boden, who is now running a mining operation in Skull Gulch, in the New Mexico Territory in 1881. Just as it seems that things have been settling down, a series of explosions begin to rock his office raining down boulders and rocks. As he leaves to investigate, he discovers that dynamite has been lit in various lengths to allow them to go off one at a time at each of the mines that have covered the hillside. What is more evident is that this is a planned operation, that someone has deliberately set these to prevent anyone from stopping them and even more to prevent anyone from continuing to mine. Cole discovers it at his mine first and is able to warn other miners in time to cut the fuses before the entire mountain comes down. However, the damage has been done to his own mine. Buried beneath the rubble, lie his own men trapped beneath the mountain and as he gathers together people to help dig them out, not all of them will survive. When his brothers arrive from the Cimarron Ranch, they begin to put the pieces of the puzzle together that once more this has gotten personal and someone is out to ensure that one by one, the Boden men and their families are put to rest so that their land and ranch holdings can be sold and the Boden legacy dissolved. Now they have to put together a plan to figure out just who is up to no good and put a stop to them before anymore lives are lost. He just doesn't expect Melanie, who goes by Mel to offer to help and no matter how much he tries to reason with her, he know she is just about as good as any of the men who have been asked to help. Perhaps with the help of a beautiful young woman, he might just be able to convince others to open up and discover the truth, quicker than if he or his brothers question them. But what is he willing to risk by putting Mel in possible danger? I received Too Far Down by Mary Connealy compliments of Baker Publishing Group and NetGalley. While I have not read the previous two novels in this series, I hope to rectify that very soon. It seems that the previous novels give more insight into the grudge against the Boden family as well as the relationships and marriages between Heath and Justin are explored in each of them while this novel focuses on Cole and Melanie. For those that love non stop action, dangerous situations, and strong and determined female characters, readers will LOVE this series. I easily give this a 5 out of 5 stars in my opinion.
joyful334209 More than 1 year ago
Too far down is a dynamic blowing you a way – figuratively and literally – mysterious, addictive, adventurous, alarming, bewildering, romance thing, Caverness, dangerous, devoted, emancipating, exhilarating, fallacious, frightening and handsome story for you -phew- was that a mouth or let's say eyefull . This poor family cannot catch a break – when you start the book off with a big boom and then things get worse from there for the family the big brother has to find who the Cole is and take care of them once and for all and decide where he wants to be once and for all and now he has to include this Melanie in his decision-making this book is a fast read and one that you'll totally enjoy. I received a copy of this book from the Publisher and Netgalley; all the opinions expressed in this review are all my own.
LisetteRue More than 1 year ago
There may be more danger. Cole Boden, who’s both of the western life and of the city, has to deal with an explosion at the mines he oversees. People die, and for most of them, their injuries are too consistent to be just an accident. Together with his brother Justin, brother-in-law Heath, Melanie ‘Mel’ Blake and her Uncle Walt, they discover a series of tunnels connecting a series of mines, including those belonging to the deceased. The Boden parents are still in Denver, and they aren’t free of danger, either. The entire family is determined to put an end to those who threaten them, the CR Mining Company and those that work with them before anyone else is put in harm’s way. This includes Mel Blake. A cowgirl who’s a regular tomboy, Mel’s a tough young woman who’s comfortable in her own skin. As long as her own skin is around horses or cattle in the outdoors and not stuffed inside a kitchen or sewing room. She’s great with a lasso and an even better shot. Despite thinking that Cole is a well-studied worm, she still wants to help the Boden family. But will helping them mean putting herself in direct danger? I have read all three books in this trilogy, and I have enjoyed every one. ‘Too Far Down’ is steeped in fast-paced adventure and set in a West that is more wild than tame. Although the Boden siblings have spats like any other siblings, I appreciate the bonds of this family, because their bond goes beyond just their family unit; it extends to the boundaries of the Cimarron Ranch, all who work with them and their neighbors beyond. For anyone who likes stories with a dash of romance and plenty of daring, while sporting a historical setting and a western feature, I recommend this trilogy from start to finish! -- Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Bethany House Publishers. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions are expressly my own.
kp68 More than 1 year ago
Too Far Down, the latest from Mary Connealy, brings her Cimarron Legacy series to an end. With bullets being fired every time any member of the Boden family turns around, you do not know who will be safe! Cole Boden is now trying to get to the bottom of who is behind the explosions at his mines. You cannot figure out who can be trusted in this world of the wild, wild west! You will watch as a relationship begins to grow between Cole and his neighbor Melanie Blake, as she helps him try to solve this mystery! Do not be surprised when a character from one of Mary Connealy's previous series shows up before the final pages of this tale!
GrandaddyA More than 1 year ago
New Mexico Territory was a dangerous place in 1881 in the best of times but life was becoming increasingly dangerous for the Boden family. Chance and Veronica Boden were still in Denver where Chance had been taken in the first book of the series after a rock slide had almost resulted in the loss of his leg. The family seemed to deal with one attack after another in the first two books with the focal point being the Cimarron Ranch and certain family members. In the third book, the attention turns to the gold mines of the CR Mining Company. The book opens with a big bang as an explosion rips the air. Somehow, the reader does not get the impression that this has anything to do with the “Big Bang Theory”. Several more explosions occur before Cole Boden can gather his wits and move into action. The action and drama keep the reader turning the pages. The Bodens quickly realize that the nature of the attacks on their family has taken a new twist. With the assistance of Mel Blake and her Uncle Walt, as well as a few others from the Blake Ranch, they set about trying to find who was behind the explosions at the mines and what the varmints hope to accomplish. Woven through the story are some near explosions between Cole Boden, a Harvard graduate, and Mel Blake, who loves the life of a cowgirl. Can they all figure out what is going on before it is too late to save their legacy in the Cimarron Ranch? What is it going to take to keep Cole from returning to Boston where his grandparents had left their massive empire to him when they died? The suspense and romance combined with faith and love for family make for an enjoyable read.
BrittanyMc More than 1 year ago
Too Far Down was a good, solid ending to the Cimarron Legacy series. The author did include information in this story to try to catch readers up who hadn’t read the other books, but in my opinion, the other stories were integral to understanding the huge threat to this family and I would recommend reading the books in this series in order, including the free prequel novella. I was happy to see how things turned out for the Boden family, including catching up with the couples who were the main characters in the previous books. All of the couples appeared in Too Far Down and played important roles. After not enjoying book two in this series very much, I was happy to find that book three was one that I did like a lot. The author wrapped up everything very nicely in this novel and I really liked Cole and Mel’s story. There was some fun humor (which was not overdone), lots of danger, and some very good romantic tension. This was a good series conclusion. I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
Jaquelyn More than 1 year ago
This book was a blast. From the very first page I was hooked. Too Far Down is the third book in the Cimarron Legacy series. I have read the first two and loved them both as well. I couldn't wait to read Cole’s story and find out what was going to happen next. This book is also a great stand alone novel. Connealy drops enough hints in case you haven't read the first two books, so you'll know what's been going on. That being said I would recommend you read the others because they were a lot of fun as well. The Cimarron Legacy is a place where the land was paid for with a steep price. The land is only a part of the legacy though. Family and love are the most important things to the Boden clan. When someone keeps coming after them their loyalties will be tested. Cole has always been different than his brother and sister. Being the oldest was never easy, and spending time in the city with his grandparents has changed him. Torn between his love for his family and city life, Cole knows he'll have to make a decision soon. One thing he knows with out a doubt is that he's not going anywhere while his loved ones are in danger. When his mines become the next target Cole is furious. Knowing the explosion was no accident his family puts plans into motion to find the culprit. In the midst of all the trouble Cole finds himself drawn to Mel. Knowing now is not the time for romance Cole worries for her safety and his sanity. Can they catch the criminal before it's too late? I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Fiction. It is set in the Historical category, but I really think anyone will enjoy this book. I loved the amount of suspense mixed in with the romance. The family dynamic cracked me up, and I loved seeing them interact. The characters relied on their faith in a real way through out the entire story. I loved the strong female characters and couldn't get enough of their feistiness. I received a copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers and was in no way obligated to post a review. All opinions expressed are my own.
Jutzie More than 1 year ago
Too Far Down by Mary Connealy The Cimarron Legacy Series Book Three Cole Boden was a man torn between two worlds. His father had forced him to choose one of those worlds—for the next year at least. If Cole and his siblings didn't stay on the Cimarron each night for the next year, the ranch would go to some blasted, worthless relatives if their dad died. Melanie Blake loved the land on the JB Ranch. She was more wrangler than lady. Opposite of Cole who preferred to wear fancy suits and ties. He'd been in Boston for ten years without returning home once. So Melanie knew to hold onto her heart around him As the trouble continues to chase the Bodens—it's now moved to the mine that Cole has been managing for the family. When they find there may be more behind the problems at the mine then explosions...Melanie joins in to help out. As always, there is humor and fantastic characters. I've enjoyed every book by this author. They are always page turners. **Received through Bethany House for an honest review
lsnlj More than 1 year ago
This is book three (four if you count the prequel) in the Cimarron Legacy series. I have only read book two and now three and had no problem keeping up with what was going on, however I do believe I missed out on a lot of history and some good reading. Even though it is a stand alone book, Connealy gives you a lot of history in review so you do not necessarily need to read all the books to keep up, I think you will enjoy them all. This book focuses on Cole Boden, the eldest of the Boden children. When the mines are in trouble and someone is killing, they must band together and find the killer or killers before one of them is next. Mary Connealy has a fun, spunky way of writing. You really get to know her characters and what they are thinking. She weaves laughter, mystery, suspense and so much more into her novels. If you enjoy reading about good looking cowboys, romance, humor and action you will enjoy this novel.
mustlovetoread More than 1 year ago
Too Far Down is the third book in The Cimarron Legacy series. It starts off with an explosion and doesn’t let up. If you enjoy inspirational westerns, you’ll love this story. Mary Connealy’s blend of faith, humor, and romance will draw you into her cowboy stories. Cole Boden has been to Harvard, but his father’s last will and testament states he must live at the ranch for a full year or forfeit it. He’s now running his family’s mine operation. Until trouble finds his family again. Someone aims to take control of their vast land grant near the Cimarron River. With these explosions he wants to stay in one of the cabins at the mine, but can’t since that’s not on the ranch. Melanie Blake, a close family friend and in line to inherit her father’s ranch, volunteers to stay in one of the cabins at the mine. Can he let her do that? Will she be safe? What if she’s put in harm’s way when his family is attacked again? Cole has to come to terms with living back east or staying in the west. What will he decide? If he decides back east, Mel won’t go back with him. She loves ranching. While trying to figure out who is targeting his family, will he figure out where his heart wants to be? Too Far Down is full of romantic comedy, suspense, and the pull of legacy, love, and family. If you haven’t read the other books in the series, this story can be read as a stand-alone. But you’ll want to read the others to see what’s happened. I love the cover for this story as it is a mix of what happens in the story. The characters drew me into the story. Their imperfections and Cole’s attitude of not being quite sure what God would have him do made them realistic. Her descriptions of the mining accident and the landscape made me feel like I was right there. I received a free copy from Net Galley in the hope that I would mention/review it on my blog. I was not required to give a positive review, only my honest opinion - which I've done. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own and I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There's a dawn over me? Oh, l'm flattered!