Chet Leonard deals with the fact his
wife left him and their two sons a ranch in King’s Meadow years ago which they call home and does not know where she presently resides. Anna McKenna once lived on this same ranch from the time she was a teenager and taken in by Chet’s grandparents Abe and Violet Leonard in 1944. When Anna comes to visit after her husband passes, Chet asks her to consider staying with them in hoping the boys will receive a grandmother’s love that is much needed.
Kimberly Welch lost her husband to a sudden heart attack and with no way of making ends meet travels to King’s Meadow along with her daughter Tara to stay with her best friend Janet until she can build a nest egg to return to Seattle. Janet suggests that Tara take lessons from Chet to learn necessary care and proper riding techniques for the horse Tara owns. Chet agrees to teaching Tara, Anna agrees to stay on the ranch for a while, Kimberly fights her feelings for Chet, and Chet’s sons reconcile after a huge misunderstanding as they all handle a tragedy that occurs at Chet’s ranch.
Love Without End tells of friendship, memories, grievance, and love on a ranch in the town of King’s Meadow that is a well written novel that takes you on a journey from 1944 to present day. I recommend to book lovers of western romance, family relationships, and faith-based novels for an easy and enjoyable read on a cozy afternoon.
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