Thursday, May 16, 2013

Big Sky by Stacey Coverstone

Review of Big Sky by Stacey Coverstone

Taylor never expected her reluctant homecoming to include a murder, a ghost, and a hunk of a ranch foreman.

Photographer Taylor Young fled to L.A. following her sister's betrayal six years ago. Now Jamie's dead, Mama has broken a hip in a drunken fall, and Taylor's stepfather begs her to return to her family's Montana ranch to make amends.

After a bitter divorce, Brett Austin, foreman of the Slash Y Ranch, believes horses are more of a sure thing than women. But the boss's daughter changes all that when she sets his heart bucking like a wild bronc.

When Taylor's mother insists Jamie's death was not suicide--a theory confirmed by Jamie's ghost--Taylor wonders who could have wanted her sister dead. With a list of suspects as long as her camera strap, Taylor needs an ally. Could that person be a tall drink of water in a cowboy hat?

Big SkyBig Sky by Stacey Coverstone
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This was a fun, enjoyable romance with some mystery thrown in. I love it, until a ghost started appearing. Then it went downhill. The characters were enjoyable, and well written, but I felt there were too many genres packed into the book. Paranormal, Romance, Mystery, I mean, pick one! Without the ghost in the book, It would have been a 5. Found myself skimming past any part that had to do with it. Definitely would have enjoyed it more, if it was just a Western Romance.

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