Beneath the Texas Sky

Lazy M Ranch

I enjoyed the inspirational story, Beneath The Texas Sky, by the writing team that goes by the name of Kassandra Elaine.

The book is a nicely crafted story of faith lost and found. I did have a few problems with some of the dialog and with several places where I thought the answers to events in the plot were just a little too convenient. I think the romantic suspense could have been a little more suspenseful and I would have liked to see the characters have more depth.

This book is part of a series and there are several places where it would have helped to have read the other books in order to understand some of the secondary characters better. I'll give this one a 3.75.

Book Blurb for Beneath the Texas Sky

Length: Rose Rating: Sweet
Page Count: 340
Rosita Hernandez lost her mother but found a father. After her mother's death, she wants to deepen her relationship with her father, by leaving Mexico to head north to Texas. Rosita doesn't count on a developing relationship with handsome ranch hand. The cowboy instantly ropes her heart. Appearing to be a gentle soul, Billy Gant is implicated when mishaps occur around the ranch. Is Billy really trying to do harm to the ranch and its inhabitants? If not Billy, then who might be seeking to harm the owners and crew? Realizing he is falling for Rosita, Billy knows she’s out of his league, socially. Her faith clashes with Billy's anger at God for allowing his father to die. Does this relationship stand a chance? Join the cast of characters from the Lazy M as they attempt to solve the mystery plaguing the ranch.

Night Owl Reviews May, 2010 3.75