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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Review: Broken by Laura Wright




The Cavanaugh brothers left behind River Black, Texas, long ago. But after their father dies, bequeathing them the Triple C, a cattle ranch that sustains their small town, they return—and confront the painful memories of their childhood home and the truth about their sister’s murder…

For years, James Cavanaugh has traveled the world as a horse whisperer, but even the millions he’s earned hasn’t healed the pain he hides behind his stoic exterior. Forced to tackle old demons at the ranch, James throws himself into work to avoid his true feelings. Until he meets a woman who shakes the foundations of his well-built walls…

Sheridan O’Neil’s quiet confidence has served her well, except when it comes to romance. Refusing to allow her heard to led her to disaster, she chooses to focus solely on work. But after Sheridan is rescued from a horse stampede by the most beautiful cowboy she’s ever met, her vow to keep her heart penned wavers. Only, as Sheridan uncovers James’s belief that no woman is safe with him, she wonders if such a wounded man could ever give in to love, or if some hearts are too broken to be healed.…



This book was simply wonderful. The storyline and writing was superb. The characters flowed together and every scene played into another. This author is going on my must read list.

James is a miracle worker with horses. They seem to understand each other and the calmness his presents is very soothing to these beautiful animals.
His brothers (Cole and Deacon) are trying to get to the bottom of their sisters murder. They had the leads but something always seems to stand in he way.

When he meets Sheridan, he falls immediately but won't admit it.

Sheridan is a hard working and very loyal person to those who she deems as needed.  She works for Deacon and helping Mac plan their wedding. She is all business. She is afraid to open herself up to a man.  Can James break that wall??

Along with these two main characters and their story is the underlining death of Cass.  All three brothers need to know what happen to their sister. Will they ever find out?  Someone knows, the just have to find that someone.