Saturday, July 30, 2016

Title: Freight Trained
Author: Sarah Curtis

Tragedy had Coleman Garrison fleeing to the rodeo at the tender age of 17. Years of dedication and an I don't give a f*ck attitude turned him into a champion. Then tragedy changed the course of his life once more.

Buying a ranch on the outskirts of a small town, he planned to spend the rest of his days training horses, removed from society and the temptation of letting anyone close.

And then he saw her. 

Tired of substitute teaching and unable to afford to move from her parents home, Abigail O'Neal jumped at the chance to start a new life away from the big city in the small town of Jasper Falls.

Shy and socially awkward, she wanted the chance to be a different version of herself. But breaking out of her shell turned out to be harder than she thought.

Until she met him. 

Who knew Abby's resemblance to a dead woman would make her the target of someone's sinister deeds.

Can a hardened cowboy and a shy little mouse beat the odds, preventing tragedy from striking again? 

***This is a full-length, standalone, steamy contemporary romance with a HEA. Due to sex and language, it is recommended for persons over 18.***


Freight Trained begins when Abby moves to a new town to take a job and get away from her parents to live on her own. Once in town, she takes one look at Cole and her wold shifts in an instant. The thing Abby is very shy and not at all sure how to handle people, let alone a man who wants her. 

And Cole is hiding demons that he can't seem to keep running from. So, he does his best to make Abby his, but it may not be all sunshine and roses between them, especially when Abby has a stalker who won't stay away. 

Freight Trained was enjoyable, but it wasn't as good as I thought it was going to be. I enjoyed the plot line immensely, and I really loved the characters too. 

I did, however, feel like there was a huge lack of depth to the story and the romance between Cole and Abby. 

But other than that I really liked the book, and I wouldn't mind reading more of this authors work. 
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