The twins’ younger brother, Joseph, is trapped in a downward spiral of drinking and drugs, all in an effort to cope with the daily pain he lives with after being thrown from his horse months ago. Not sure what to do or believe, the family enlists the help of Emma, a girl with a shady past, who knows the nightmare of addiction all too well. Can Emma help Joseph find his way out of the pit before they lose him for good?
Patricia Reichardt –
Amelia Rose keeps this series coming with the next brother and a fresh new plot. This one brings us Joseph, who on the cattle ride was hurt badly. He is not healing well. Emma, one of the girls that Miranda had detoxed from the saloon in the first/second books befriends Joseph, both having things in common. They are pushed together as a perfect match. But will Joseph’s injury be able to corrected and will Emma’s past keep coming back to haunt her? I am not telling the result of this story, but I enjoyed their path. The weaving of the previous books into the story makes us feel at home with the Carsons and allows you to have the background necessary to understand what is happening, but it is best to read the books in order. This one was emotionally heart tugging, love Joseph and his journey back to ranch life and Emma’s to life in general.
Valerie Gilbert continues to read us this saga. Love her narration of the story, and hope she continues with the rest of the story!
Danny Harr –
In this book Joseph has been thrown from his horse and is hurt bad. His family gets Emma to help him to have the want to get better. Joseph gets on pain pills bad but he does need them he has to have them. Emma has been through a lot of rough times. She knows how Joseph feels. This is a good book about caring and helping someone. I really am pulling for Emma. Valerie Gilbert does an excellent job narrating this book. I received a copy of this book from audiobooks unleashed but that has no influence on my review. If my review is any help will you please click on the helpful link below. Thank you.