I expected Mary Connealy’s western historical, Over the Edge, to be a fun quick read. I enjoy a good cowboy book and the cover promised a handsome cowboy, don’t you think?
It held up to its promises and then some.
There was plenty of horses, cowboys, and cowgirls. What I didn’t expect was the struggle inside all of us between good and evil. Both the villian and the hero had to fight the most evil of all, what lies inside our heart.
With a cavern and underground tunnels, fossils, and diamonds, Over the Edge, kept me on the edge of my seat too.
Here’s a few lines from the back cover.
Seth Kincaid remembers almost everything…..except getting married.
Seth is willing to make amends. Callie is more interested in shooting him. Can they rekindle their love before one of them goes over the edge?
I recommend reading this western for more than just the blue-eyed cowboy on the front cover. I received this book for free from Bethany House in exchange for my honest review. And I’m offering up my copy to you! (If you’re reading this via RSS or email, click through to enter the giveaway)
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