Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Book Review: Stephen

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Description: Norman Mavrich has no need for another hired hand, but when a young boy shows up asking for work, he can't turn him away. But where did the boy come from and what really brought him to the Triple Creek Ranch? The search for answers sends Bruce on an investigation and brings and unexpected conflict to the ranch family. Join the Mavriches, Mrs. O'Connor and the ranch hands for an eventful summer of hard work, fun and excitement.

It's pretty hard to decide which of the books in the Triple Creek Ranch series is my favorite, but this one probably comes the closest. ; )

The storyline was really amazing! Although the book is mainly about Stephen, the author didn’t drop the continued story of Orlena’s growing in Christ. I loved the lessons on reaching out to other and loving them especially the part where Norman says, “God made love to grow, if we share it. We can’t use it up.” 
The characters were delightful (and I almost have the ranch hands’ names down!) as always. The Mavrichs are just the cutest ever, and I love watching their family grow. Lloyd, Ky, Stephen, and Orlena rank next in my favorites; but I enjoy just about every character there is. (Nice detective work, Bruce! Thumbs up!) Once again, the love of Christ really shone through the characters, and I loved the story of how they cared for Stephen. And I really enjoyed the additional horses. ;) Just a note that common to the series there is some sweet married kissing.

Altogether, I found it to be a fantastic fourth installment in this series! 

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