Release Date: 8th May 2014Genre: Romance/ Suspense
Published by: The Writers Coffee Shop
Being I like the author and her writing style I fell into this book right away. It goes between two stories until about half way and then blends them both. This athlete, Jeremy, who is a big football star is sickening. He is an abuser of all woman. There is really something mentally wrong with him. I enjoyed the authors perception of someone who borders on multiple personalities. So he thinks that he can do whatever he wants and the legal team will be cleaning it up. Up until now he has been difficult but this last rape and assalt makes his lawyer Sam regret his work. A once very passionate lawyer just wants to throw Jeremy in jail. I cant blame him but his partnership is on the line.
The author fabulously creates terror when Jeremy is trolling strip clubs and bars looking for a new one night stand. I was on edge and fascinated at the same time. It shows the part of the athletes we all can hate. Believe me you will hate them after this. What happens when you pay someone millions, they get endorsements, the get advertising and then they get untouchable. They are worth more to the “team” and the laywers then justice.
Kali Jorgensen is the head instructor at Rainwash Ranch in Horse Canyon, Utah, leading cattle drives for celebrities and CEOs. This was a very interesting plot twist. Get out and away from the media to focus on the case. When they are attempting damage control and the secretary suggests this I was like OK BINGO that is new and different. I was not at all happy that they put Kali and her three girls in danger at their ranch. She has a great back story that will make anyone fall for her. She is a true American rancher who lost her husband in the war.
A truly captivating story! It is like big city meets little cattle driver who has a lot to protect.There is a lot of raw gritty scenes in here so if you are offended easily then beware. I loved it, the descriptive writing style and the characters.
Alexandra Allred is a former national and professional athlete turned adventure writer turned humorist and novelist. She’s often been called the next Erma Bombeck with a grudge. Her annual Christmas letters, which have frequently made the news, could make the Grinch weep with joy. For a taste of holiday glee, see Blog.
She Cries is a very personal novel for Allred as many of the horses featured in this book are based on horses she has known and loved, including her beloved Star.
Allred writes for Waxahachie Daily Light newspaper, continues to testify in Washington D.C. on behalf of children with asthma and our need for clean air, and she’s never too far from her gym in Midlothian, Texas. You can always drop her a note at her Email Address.
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