Friday, December 18, 2015

Rustlers and the Texas Trail Book Review

Fifteen-year-old Amy S. Kentworthy is in for the adventure of a lifetime when she and her friends find a herd of stolen cattle on a mountain near her family’s ranch in Durango, Wyoming—and narrowly escape an encounter with the
cattle thieves themselves!
In an effort to return the swindled cattle to their rightful owner, Rocking H Ranch, Amy and her father Clint Kentworthy embark on a dusty cattle drive to Texas. Little does she know the many dangers they will face along the way. Dust storms, wolves, and bank robbers each threaten to halt the journey, and the return of the perilous cattle
thieves changes everything.
Can they bring help in time to stop the rustlers and save the cattle? Will Amy’s faith provide her with the courage she needs to face the very same thieves who dared to steal hundreds of cattle? Join Amy in this exciting western adventure as she learns valuable lessons on life, family, and the faith it takes to make it in a ranchin’ world.
332 pages

I have recently read "Rustlers and the Texas Trail" by Lauren K. Lotter.

My rating: 5 out of 5 stars!

This book is perfect for the adventure-lover, mystery-lover, and Christian fiction lover!
I loved this book so much. It has the perfect mixture of fun, mystery, hilariousness (!!! Seriously, this book is sooo funny!), adventure, and faith. Amy is an amazing role model. One thing I particularly like about this book is the way Amy treats people with such kindness and respect, even to those who are not-so-nice. She is brave, and trusts God with every detail with her life. This book would be great to read to young children, while an adult would enjoy this book as well. There is no questionable content at all. This is a must-read for cold winter days! Just pair it with hot cocoa and mini marshmallows... *sigh*





Check back on the blog for a.... drum roll please... GIVEAWAY!

*I received two copies of this book from Lauren in exchange for an honest review on my blog and to giveaway*