14 November 2015

End of the Trail by Vickie McDonough

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He won a ranch in a card game. She claims the ranch is her inheritance. He's not leaving – and neither is she.

Brooks Morgan is quick on the draw, but his weapon of choice is his smile. He’s smart and witty and has charmed his way through much of life, but now that he’s growing older – and a bit wiser. He wants to stop drifting and settle down. He sees his chance when he wins Raven Creek Ranch in a poker game, but when he goes to claim his prize, a pretty woman with a shotgun says the ranch belongs to her. Brooks isn’t leaving his one and only chance to make something of his life – but neither is she. Can they reach an agreement? Or will a greedy neighbor force a showdown, causing them both to lose they want most in life?

In the final novel of the Texas Trails series, Vickie McDonough offers readers one last look into the Morgan family. End of the Trail follows Brooks Morgan, the son of Riley and Annie of Long Trail Home, as he decides to mature, settle down, and claim a ranch he won in a poker game - yet faces a bit of a challenge in the form of Keri Langston. As the two stubbornly determine how to move forward, their story fills with wonderful things: drama, action, intrigue, humor, romance. It’s a great read that I could not put down and fits very well at the end of the series. Fans of the Texas Trails series will not be disappointed with this last one.

Thanks to Moody Publishers, I received a copy of End of the Trail and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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