Brand is the quintessential cowboy. He's never met a horse he couldn't ride, and he never stays in one place too long. He sleeps out under the stars, eats his beans from a can, and his most loyal companion is his dog, Dawg. But he is a hero at heart, he more than shows his mettle when he rides a fresh broke horse in front of a stampede of wild mustangs to save a damsel in distress.
Sybil has a secret dream of being a writer, she has had several articles published under a pseudonym. Now her publisher wants a story about a cowboy and the perfect subject for that article has just ridden into her life.
Both Brand and Sybil are well developed, likable characters. Their interaction is natural and fits the story well. Brand is storing up memories before he moves on, but Brand leaving Sybil isn't in God's plan.
One of my favorite characters in the whole book is Dawg. He's a stray mutt whom Brand pick up along the trail. Dawg is a dog with a chip on his shoulder, who growls at almost everyone, until he meets Sybil who turns him into a tail wagging welcoming committee of friendliness.
Overall this was a great book full of action, suspense, romance, and faith, that kept me hooked the whole way through. Definitely a good one!
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