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Down This Road

by Kelli Dawn

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I enjoyed this book a lot and felt it was one I wanted to keep turning the pages to get to the end… I actually enjoyed the fact it was a bit longer than most books of this type. I really got to sit and enjoy and watch the characters develop instead of them just slammed dunk here they are. The characters were developed very well… maybe a bit too much as they were very predictable. The fact that this particular story was so close to real life, including human emotions, feelings, and even mistakes it allowed for bonding with the characters. It left me wondering what might happen to the characters in the next year..
The writing style was refreshing, clear and very in tune with human nature facing situations as these. I won this book via goodreads and did in fact enjoy it. ( )
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They say you can never go home, and for high-powered Chicago attorney Charlie McIntire, that is perfectly fine. She left home the day she turned 18 and never planned to return…but at 29, she finds herself running back to the ranch, the only place she can think of that will help her face an unexpected turn of events. Charlie tries to settle back into the quiet pace of country living, unsure of everything except the fact that she still hates shoveling manure. Life on the ranch is uneventful, and without the distractions of the city, Charlie is forced to deal with things she’d rather avoid: what she’s going to do with the rest of her life; the unfinished business between her and an ex-boyfriend; and most of all, the event that will change her life forever. Down This Road chronicles Charlie’s journey of self-discovery. It explores how the past shapes the present; how difficult it can be to change patterns of behavior; and how sometimes, learning your lesson might come just a little too late.

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