Lightning and Lace, Texas Legacy Series #3 (rpkgd)
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In the predawn hours when earth stood ready to relinquish its cloak of darkness, Bonnie reached to touch the opposite side of the bed. Empty. Just as it had been for the past two years, nine months, and nineteen days. Every morning she woke with the hope that Ben hadn't been taken from her and that his body didn't lie in a cold grave while she struggled to keep a feeble hold onto sanity. When Travis Whitworth, the new preacher, arrives in town, he catches Bonnie's son fighting with another boy and threatens to beat him. At least that's what Zack Kahler says. Who is telling the truth? And why is Travis really here in Kahlerville?
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Mission Books
Publication Date: 2012
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.25 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Texas Legacy
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Teri5 Stars Out Of 5Good storyAugust 31, 2014TeriQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I enjoyed reading this book because it spoke to so many of today's issues where children and family are concerned. The mother couldn't accept that her son would do such things or lie to her about his involvement. At times I wondered how she could be so blind but grief can truly cloud your judgement. Thankfully there were caring people in the town that struggled through her loneliness and confusion with her. Eventually she was able to realize what she was doing and change her course before destroying everything and everyone around her. Although this is set in the years of the "old west" the many lessons learned are as relevant to today as then. I highly recommend this book.