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The holidays are almost here, and Jacquie Grey is too off the hook while planning to the west to start out afresh. She goes in solo on her road trip until her brush with rancher Choya in Arizona.
What makes this book stand out?
Dailey has not put in every inch of her grey matter, but the emotions soar pretty high. If feel-good is what you seek, you have got yourself dealt off a night’s sleep
Read it for
The prose is simple, straightforward and even suitable for children. Simplicity is the best cloak, and Dailey appears to have immersed the book in the cloak.
Don't read it for
After quite a while, the back and forth interactions between the main character and the rancher becomes a little cumbersome, and did-not-finish worthy of a significant proportion of the readers.