There's mystery, family drama, and a truly nasty villain. The many vivid details drew me into every scene and made me feel part of the action.
Naturally, there were abundant scenarios where the love, understanding, and trust between the Cartwright's and also with Roy Coffee is palpable.
The ending nicely ties together the events that kicked off the beginning chapters with all that happened in the course of the story.
I highly recommend "Final Storm" if you'd like an escape from the news and have a few spare minutes on the Ponderosa.
Hi, Gillie. Escaping the news at least once a day is highly recommended. If my little story could provide you with that outlet, then I am gratified to hear that. The Ponderosa is as good a place to spend your time as any.
The love, understanding, and trust between family members is what I'm looking for whenever I retreat to the safety of the Ponderosa. And we all know those Cartwright men are easy on the eyes while we're visiting - an added bonus. :)
I've always thought that Ben must have had quite an interesting life before he settled on the Ponderosa. His personal history probably contains more than one surprise. In this case, a bucket full of personal drama caught up with Ben in Nevada.
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