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Synopsis of Lonestar Sanctuary
Lonestar Sanctuary jumps right into the action when someone breaks into Allie’s trailer at a rodeo and threatens to kill her. Allie takes her daughter and runs to Bluebird Ranch hoping to find a sanctuary and hoping that working with the horses will help her daughter Betsy to talk for the first time in a year. Now she just has to figure out how to find, and explain the situation, to Rick, her deceased husband’s best friend, and hope he is willing to help her keep custody of her daughter and protect them from the crazy guy who killed every member of her family.
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I picked this book up because I thought it would be a good western Christian romance novel. Surprisingly, this is a contemporary noel instead of a historical novel. I didn’t realize that until after I started reading it. Next, there are many layers to the conflict. Multiple unrelated problems are pulling them apart and pushing them together at the same time. At some points, all of the conflicts can make it feel unrealistic. However, real-life can sometimes feel as if everything is conspiring against you. This is a marriage of convenience story where they end up falling in love.
Lonestar Sanctuary Parent Guide
Overall: PG-13 for passionate moments and intense sequences
Violence: PG intense sequences knife in a door crack, car crash, kidnapping, and attempted murder;
Adult Content: PG-13 for passionate kisses
Reading Level: Grades 7+