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  • Survivor

    We're back at Riverrun ranch and the this time we meet Luke who came back home from serving as an Army Ranger as a dog handler when a IED went off and injuring him and his dog.He was released from duty but wasn't able to say goodbye to his service dog before she went off for another mission.Now he's home and working as a volunteer firefighter with his brother on a fire scene and he comes in contact with Jori Russell ,she looks familiar but can't place her but is drawn to her smile and her love for animals.All around great book.

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  • Two Lonely Souls

    The old saying, “when the going gets tough, the tough get going” applies to this story. Jorie is totally dedicated to any and all animals – whether wild or tame. She’ll do whatever it takes to protect them and bring them back to good health. Even though she leads a pretty solitary life, she is not really alone but doesn’t realize this as yet. She has her many friends to provide emotional support. Then there’s one person who’d like to be more than a friend – Luke. He considers himself broken based from his military service though but willing to put himself out for Jorie. Somehow through these imperfect people with all their past baggage, they manage to not only fall in love but to heal their brokenness. I received an advanced reader copy from Tule Publishing in exchange for my volunteer review.

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  • She can heal a man or critter with a touch

    I really liked this book and can totally relate to Luke Claiborne. Luke lost his hearing in one ear because of an IED explosion and I am late life deaf due to something that can not be explained. He has to learn to over come his deafness and live with it in his new life and this is shown in this book so well. Author Karen Foley writes Luke's character very true to life and his interaction with Jordie a younger woman from Last Stand who has a passion for animals that shows and shines bright. She was years behind Luke in school but he remembers her because of her parents and home life. Life didn't change much for her except she has grown up beautiful and learned more about animals and seems hurt souls as well. Jordie can heal an critter or man with a gentle touch it seems. I do love Last Stand, TX.

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  • Wonderful read

    This book was a really wonderful story, with enough drama & sexual tension to keep you riveted to your seat. I enjoyed the instant chemistry between Jorie & Luke & the tension it created. There were so many feel good moments in this book that it kept my heart on an unending ride. It brought me to tears when Jorie’s home burned down but she found her rescues safe. Also when the town turned out to help her get back on her feet. It was also very touching as Luke was reunited with his former canine partner. Definitely recommend to read. Thank you to Tule publishing for letting me read this book from an honest review.

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  • Great Characters

    Counting on the Cowboy the second of the Riverrun Ranch books by Karen Foley. I am nit much on instant love so this story was right for me since Jories and Luke have a connection from the past. Sure he saw her as his little sister’s friend while she had a crush on him but they knew each other just the same. Luke has returned home from the military somewhat at loose ends. Another Last Stand, Texas novel that reminds us how tough the people of this community really are. Jorie looks as if she is sweet and pretty much a pushover but let her feel strongly enough she can dig in her heels. Take the opening fire scene as an example. Luke came across as an arrogant abrasive personality. While I would have wanted to do what Jorie was trying to do it was not safe, Luke was right. She needed to have him stop her but as the story progresses Luke may need her more. Always enjoy my visits to this imaginary town. The was an enjoyable read from the tense beginning to the sweet ending. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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