Monday, October 30, 2017

Review: Too Far Down by:Mary Connealy

 Too Far Down (The Cimarron Legacy, #3)
About the Book:
Cowboys, Action, Humor, and History Collide in Connealy's Latest
When an explosion kills men and damages the CR Mining Company, the Bodens realize their troubles are not behind them as they thought. Shadowy forces are still working against them.
Cole Boden finds himself caught between missing his time back East and all that New Mexico offers. Sure he fights with his siblings now and then, but he does care for them. He enjoys running the mine and, when he's honest, he admits that Melanie Blake captures his interest in a way no other woman ever has.
Melanie has been a friend to the Bodens forever. A cowgirl who is more comfortable with horses and lassoes than people, she never expected to find herself falling for someone. Particularly for refined Cole Boden, a Harvard graduate who may not stay long at the ranch. She's determined, however, to help the Bodens finally put an end to the danger that's threatened all of them. But will putting herself in harm's way be more dangerous than anyone expected?

My Review:
 In true Mary Connealy fashion, Too Far Down is packed full of action, drama, and little bit of romance. We join the Boden family in their latest, greatest adventure. Mining is Cole's thing and he enjoys running a mining company but lately it seems that it is more trouble than it is worth and its got him wondering what he has gotten himself into. And the fact that he likes Melanie a little and really enjoys her company isn't half bad either.

 This was a great addition to the Cimarron Legacy series. With each addition you learn more about the characters and usually there is a consistent family that the author focuses on. The Boden family has been a very fun, good hearted family that has led a full life. Whether its something action packed or love blossoming there is always something for everyone in Mary Connealy's stories.

 A great read by the fire!

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author. All opinions are my own.

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