Love Without End by Robin Lee Hatcher
Chet Leonard lost his son and wife and over the last few years has been trying to keep his remaining family together. His family has owned his ranch for more than two generations and eighty-four year old, Anna McKenna has seen it all. Anna has moved back to help Chet when they meet a fifteen year-old Tara Welch and her mom, Kimberly. Kimberly recently moved to town having no where else to go after her husband died leaving them with financial troubles. Chet feeling sorry, agrees to help Tara learn how to ride a horse in exchange for lessons.
This book will not disappoint fans of Robin Lee Hatcher. Although at first glance, it appears to be a romantic western, it reads more like a cozy read. The romance between Chet and Kimberly seems secondary to the revelation of Chet’s family and Anna’s role among the two generations. Anna’s life is revisited via flashbacks intermixed with the blooming romance between Chet and Kimberly and the friendship between their children. The characterization of Chet and Kimberly were not as detailed as one would think for a romance book but the character development of Anna keeps the reader engaged with the story. This is a quick and enjoyable read but in my opinion, not one of the best books written by Robin Lee Hatcher.
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