Published by: Multnomah
Written by: Ruth Logan Herne
I was excited to read and review this book, as it sounded interesting and it was written by someone who I had never heard of before.
Back in the Saddle tells a different kind of prodigal story, as a son comes home to help out on his father's ranch. Back home, he has to deal with the past - and with new individuals who come into his life.
Who the book is for:
Those who enjoy reading fiction books that include family drama will like this book.
What I liked:
I enjoyed the interactions between all of the family members, it all felt real and was fun to read.
I like the touching moments in the story, and the funny ones, too.
I like the whole idea of the story.
What I didn’t like:
Some parts of the book were skim-worthy. I found myself skipping over a lot of what I was reading.
I thought that this book was pretty good.
I give Back in the Saddle 4 out of 5 stars.
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