Remembering August (Triple C Ranch Saga, #1)

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Remembering August (Triple C Ranch Saga, #1)

Remembering August (Triple C Ranch Saga, #1) By Rodney V. Earle Remembering August Triple C Ranch Saga Colleen Caldwell is the owner of Triple CRanch a boarding and teaching facility located inthe hills and valleys of beautiful Simi Valley California Colleen a gorgeous young widow atthirty two has a

  • Title: Remembering August (Triple C Ranch Saga, #1)
  • Author: Rodney V. Earle
  • ISBN: 9781257934324
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Remembering August (Triple C Ranch Saga, #1) By Rodney V. Earle Colleen Caldwell is the owner of Triple CRanch, a boarding and teaching facility located inthe hills and valleys of beautiful Simi Valley,California Colleen, a gorgeous young widow atthirty two, has a passion for horses and a soft spotfor the underdog.Joan Caldwell, the mother of Colleen s deadhusband, lives with her and works the accountingend of the business Joan is thColleen Caldwell is the owner of Triple CRanch, a boarding and teaching facility located inthe hills and valleys of beautiful Simi Valley,California Colleen, a gorgeous young widow atthirty two, has a passion for horses and a soft spotfor the underdog.Joan Caldwell, the mother of Colleen s deadhusband, lives with her and works the accountingend of the business Joan is the closest thingColleen ever had to a mother since her own diedin a horrific car accident on Colleen s twelfthbirthday.Our story begins on a hot, hung over, AugustSunday morning Colleen is a training a youngfilly, when the horse suddenly goes crazy andnearly tramples her to death.From nowhere, a mysterious cowboy appearsin the dust and saves the day, and then disappearsbefore Colleen gets the chance to thank him.Colleen is rushed to the hospital where she meetsAugust Riley, a woman with a troubled past, andLeah, a nurse with a heart and the knowledge ofhow to use it.The first installment of The Triple C RanchSaga follows Colleen s journey through recovery,where she learns than she ever bargained for.
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    One thought on “Remembering August (Triple C Ranch Saga, #1)

    1. Amy Eutsler on said:

      This first novel for new author Rodney V Earle is a Can t Miss From the first three words of the story, Here Come on ,he grabs the reader and pulls them right in, not letting gountil long after the last page is turned There are numerous vignettes that will pique your curiosity and make you marvelat the thought of how they ll all come together.The story is of love and loss, friendship and hardship Thecharacter development is fantastic You will finish the novelfeeling as though you really know the [...]

    2. KyBunnies on said:

      This review is my own opinion This is not a paid review To form your own opinion please support the author and purchase your won copy of this book Please be aware that this review may contain spoilers The author contacted me and ask if I would read and review this book The follow review is what I thought about this book Product Description from Colleen Caldwell is the owner of Triple C Ranch, a boarding and teaching facility located in the hills and valleys of beautiful Simi Valley, California C [...]

    3. Cheryl on said:

      Initial reaction Aw man Cliffhanger ending WHY One word Dialogue I absolutely loved the dialogue If this were to be made into a movie, the script writers would have no problem adapting it for the big screen Fun, exciting, a great read Where s Book 2 I kind of need it now NOW PLEASE NOWRodney V Earle s Remembering August Book One of the Triple C Ranch Saga centers around Colleen Caldwell, the owner of Triple C Ranch At thirty two, Colleen is a super hot, young widow with a passion for horses, liv [...]

    4. Bonnie Gonzales on said:

      this book so had me it was so great Colleen and August meet in the hospital where they were room mates, Colleen has been trampled by a horse she had bought and was training, August had been severly beaten by her boyfiend her husband is away in the service watching the friendship develope was funny and sweet and great then Colleen offers August the chance at a new life a place to live a job at the ranch and even gave her some cash and I just can t wait to see what happens but no the author leaves [...]

    5. Leanna on said:

      I received the book for free through First Reads.I CAN T WAIT TO READ THE NEXT INSTALLMENT OF THIS TRILOGY There s so many questions I need answered first, who is Jim Why would someone do what they did to Sheila s salon What s in MaeBelle s meatloaf that makes it award winning And there s another question I would like answered but if I asked it here, it would be a spoiler And I don t want to spoil anything You need to read it yourself to see what I mean When you do, I don t think you ll be disap [...]

    6. Denise on said:

      This book could have used a good editor as well as proofreaders for both English and Spanish I found the characters flat and implausible, the emotions melodramatic and again, implausible and it felt like several separate stories being occasionally interspersed I read through to the end, hoping I would get a sense at the end of a meaning or story arc I hadn t picked up on But there was nothing surprising, no tying up of separate stories, no lovable person in any of the book, with the possible exc [...]

    7. Leo on said:

      Written in such a way that it sucks you in from the very first line I enjoyed the ranch setting, and I could totally relate to the danger involved with training young horses The heroine overcomes both emotional and physical pain in her personal journey This is my personal opinion, but I did not care for many profanities that sprinkled this book.

    8. Glenda on said:

      Received this book on January 9, 2012 Looks like my kind of book Could not wait to start this book, with a family of 5th generation of Arizona ranchers that came from Texas to settle in the West this is one series that I m sure will hold my complete attention.

    9. Alaina Maxam on said:

      really enjoyed this book it was hard to put down can t wait to read the next book in this series this book definitely left you wanting t know what was going t happen next.

    10. Erin on said:

      I applaud people who write novels I can honestly say that I am happy to be able to read novels and not have to write them Many of my friends are creative writers and I see the struggle they go through to find the perfect word or how to describe a scene so that the reader can see it in their mind I was first introduced to this author when I entered a drawing I didn t win the book, but the author kindly allowed me to read the book and review it I have to say that I really did not like to plot or t [...]

    11. Jesse Powell on said:

      A little too hyper real and drawn out in certain places If you aren t a fan of modern western melodrama, this is not for you.

    12. Denise on said:

      a simple, fun read that filled a day stuck in bed with a broken leg the story was rather shallow, and the characters way too emotional, with too many tragedies affecting them.

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