New Circle C Book! Thick As Thieves #Review

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  1. susan says:

    Thank you so much for the very fun blow-by-blow account of yours and Chey’s experience with Thick as Thieves. :-) I’m glad you both enjoyed it.

    That was hilarious about the “sad” part of the book. If Chey was familiar with Andi’s past experiences (Circle C Adventures), she would know that Cory is like . . . Andi’s best friend–they race together (and nearly trample the teacher), they fish together (and find what they think is a dead man), and they end up stranded in the Sierras together (with Andi’s brother Mitch and another friend Andi met at a girls’ school earlier on). So, Cory (he’s even on one of the book covers) is a MAJOR player in Andi’s life. But . . . he is not “courting” material, I’m afraid. None of my Andi fans on Andi’s blog want Andi to marry Cory. And for a good reason. He’s the son of the livery guy in town, and Andi would never leave a ranching life to marry ANYBODY, much less Cory. But he likes her from afar, and they will always remain best friends. So, Chey will have to remain sad, I suppose. LOL

    Spoiler alert: Since you have reviewed Andi’s Fair Surprise, I’ll let you in on a little secret. Young Riley leaves the ranch when he’s about 10 years old, but he returns when he’s about 19 (in book 3 of the Milestones book, The Last Ride, coming out next winter. You can put 2 and 2 together on that one, though nothing really develops until the very last story in book 4.

    Well, that’s probably more than you wanted to read in a comment.
    Thanks again!

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