Friday, June 15, 2018

BOOK REVIEW- BIG SKY SUMMER-Parable, Montana Series, Book 4 by Linda Lael Miller

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With his father's rodeo legacy to continue and a prosperous spread to run, Walker Parrish has no time to dwell on wrecked relationships. But country-western sweetheart Casey Elder is out of the spotlight and back in Parable, Montana. And Walker can't ignore that his "act now, think later" passion for Casey has had consequences. Two teenageconsequences!

Keeping her children's paternity under wraps has always been part of Casey's plan to give them normal, uncomplicated lives. Now the best way to hold her family together seems to be to let Walker be a part of it--as her husband of convenience. Or will some secrets--like Casey's desire to be the rancher's wife in every way--unravel, with unforeseen results?


I really liked this one a lot.  It's probably one of my favorites of the series so far. Great main characters and with such an interesting history.  Not your usual run of the mill history either.  Plenty of secrets that only one or two people know about.  And they sure have kept those two secrets really clamped down for so many years.  it wasn't all done the way that Walker would have liked but things are about to hit the fan.  
Shane and Clare add a lot to the story as Casey's kids who will soon have a lot more to deal with than just be celebs kids. 
The emotions run high and are well done. As Walker yearns for Casey and has quietly stood by and just watched things happen over the years.  That is not his normal style,  but it was the best he could do until now.  It seemed like Casey held all the cards until that shifted.
Casey was wildly attracted to Walker and always had been but she was also running scared about that too.  She was a mighty talent in one tiny, wild, red-haired body and she had worked hard over the years.  
It was great to re-connect with people from the previous books and I still get a kick out of Opal.  
This series kind of reminds me of some of Susan Mallery's books in the Fool's Gold Series.  And those I really enjoyed. These books in the Parable Series are with a western flair and even deeper when it comes to telling the stories.  There is plenty of drama to go with the action. 
Ah, and don't forget the H.E.A.'s.

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