I’m going to take everything you love . . .What matters to you most?
Didn’t everyone have regrets for things they’d done in the past?
Today she would choose to trust though. Trust that God had led her to the right place for help, even when she didn’t quite understand the method.
Nothing could happen to her that didn’t first pass through God’s hands.
He could only take the impulse as direction from God and trust he was reading it right.
These are some of the quotes from this book that grabbed my attention.
A book that I managed to snag for free on my Kindle.
A book that sucked me right in from the beginning.
I could not put it down.
I read it in a day.
Allie is a young widow who works the rodeo circuit as a barrel racer in order to support her five-year-old daughter, who has not spoken for over a year.
Allie suffers a series of Job-like events. Her dead husband’s parents now seek custody of Betsy. And worse, a killer is after her. She gives up her own dreams to flee to Bluebird Ranch, a sanctuary for abused horses and troubled youth in Texas–and she hopes for herself and Betsy.
Little does she know what she’ll find there.
This book bursts with suspense and romance, tragedy and trust, hope and love, faith and overcoming. The main characters are rich–strong and flawed. The story is filled with twists and tangles. I lost myself in it.
And I’m still thinking about it.
I liked it.
Note: Check out Colleen’s website for a peek at her other books. There are a lot of them.