Book Review: End of the Trail by Vickie McDonough

End of the Trail

“I received this book from Moody Publishers for the purpose of this honest review. All comments and opinions are my own.”

“It didn’t take long for Brooks Morgan to make a name for himself in Shoofly. A high stakes poker game ends with Brooks holding the deed to his new friend Will’s ranch, a vague promise to “take care of Keri,” and Will’s mysterious demise.

When Brooks finally rides out to Raven Creek Ranch, he is greeted by a rifle pointed straight at his chest. This is the “Keri” he promised to take care of—Will’s niece—who believes Raven Creek is promised to her. Keri and Brooks have only one thing in common: they both want to save the ranch. Will their differences make that impossible?

Okay, now that I have officially finished the Texas Trails series, End of the Trail is the best one in the series! Although I am sad that there aren’t any more to read, this book finished the series with action, drama, romance, and lots of unexpected turn-of-events that forced me to finish the book in 2 hours!

Brooks was a very good character that I look forward to reading about again. The way he smiles in every circumstance, and always looks for a silver-lining was just charming. Keri was also fun to read about, her hating dresses when women only wore dresses, her riding astride when a side-saddle was necessary, and the way she handled her gun was definitely fun!

As I mentioned earlier that there was a lot of action, I want to say that this book had the most amount of action in the series, in my opinion. There were several hangings that were caused by the outlaw Saul Dengler (an attempt to hang Brooks), two head injuries (but not detailed) and also a gunfight. Just thought I would say that.

Anyways, I loved this book and will probably read the whole series again in the future. Thank y’all for reading my review!


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