She trusts everyone. He trusts no one.
In her job as a Sheriff's Department dispatcher, Cecily Cooper sees plenty of people who could use a second chance. She's created a program to give the less advantaged a fresh start, and thinks her brother's Colorado cattle ranch will be the perfect spot for her project. Some responsibility and a touch of physical labor will help these people find an alternative to life on the streets.
Bryce Barrett, ex-Army Ranger, now turned cowboy on the Triple-D Ranch, prefers animals to people. People have agendas. Animals don't. It's one reason he and Cecily are always on-again, off-again in the romance department.
When 17-year-old Grady Fenton is chosen as the first candidate for Cecily's program, Cecily is thrilled. Bryce not so much, especially when his boss assigns him to be Grady's mentor. Can Bryce convince Cecily there's more to Grady than typical teenage angst? Or is he reading more into the boy's behavior than is really there? When someone is killing cattle across the state, the Triple-D's herd is no exception. Does Grady have answers? Sparks fly when Bryce and Cecily must put aside their differences long enough to discover what Grady is hiding. Soon things escalate, and it's not just the cattle in danger.
In Deep Trouble follows Bryce and Cecily, introduced in In Hot Water, book one of the Triple-D Ranch series.
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Good characters rate a second book second look
I don't listen to anything more than once
Grady...tough kid trying to get out of a bad situation and straighten out his life
You can picture each of the people in the book and there's a real bonding made by the narrator's use of different voices and personalities.
Enjoyable and kept me listening
Another good one from Terry and Pamela
Yes. I like the writing and I like the reader. They are a good pair and I listened to Terry's other book narrated by Pamela What's In A Name and liked it and it got me to this ranch series.The voices are really distinct and I listened to the other book in the series and I really like the characters and the ranch life. All the characters appear in both books.
Bryce is so low-key and his slow deep voice is a turnon!
Her voices are distinct and suited to each person. They are not way over the top and keep it interesting. You never know what's coming and you can sure feel each chapter build up. I will listen to some of her other audiobooks in the future.