Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Too Far Down (The Cimarron Legacy #3)

Title:  Too Far Down (The Cimarron Legacy #3)

Author:  Mary Connealy

Pages:  320

Year:  2017

Publisher:  Bethany

My rating 5+ out of 5 stars.

To really enjoy this story, please start with the first book in the series, No Way Up followed by Long Time Gone as the characters and plot are continued from book one all the way through to the final, Too Far Down.  Mary Connealy’s finale in this series kept me up through one whole night so I could read the book in one sitting.  That’s how exciting and adventuresome the Cimarron Legacy series is, and you don’t want to miss out!

The excitement began for me from the first page until the last.  Throughout the book, it never let up!  With many characters’ actions ongoing along with the threats to the ranch while at the same time the parents being in a different state and experiencing troubles there, makes for engaging a reader from the get-go.  I couldn’t read or turn the pages fast enough to see what was going to happen, or where the danger was going to come from next!

Plus, the “who” behind all that had occurred to the Boden family and the ranch was going to be revealed, and when it was, what a stroke of genius!  I never saw the “who” coming; it was great!  I will miss the CR ranch and many other holdings along with the Boden family as they became a part of my imagination world.  To take time to read is something I hope more people decide to do because the novels being published and tales being shared make reading an enjoyable pastime!  Whether I read alone or with other members of my family as each person reads what they enjoy, it makes for great sharing time with them!  I also get to share about these authors with other readers and friends.  So, with the holidays just around the corner, please consider buying the series for those who you know love a good book!

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