A return to the best-selling Six Pack Ranch series by New York Times best-selling author Vivian Arend. While this book contains a stand-alone romance, it’s best enjoyed as a part of the series.
It’s never too late for love.
Years ago, Mark Coleman made the only possible choice and left Rocky Mountain House before he tore his family apart. When he hears the four clans - Six Pack, Whiskey Creek, Moonshine, and Angel - are working together to create a memory book, Mark also discovers the one detail that finally triggers his return.
Because he’s not just coming back to the family. Now that Dana is free and ready to move on, Mark plans to give the only woman he’s ever loved all the devotion and happiness she deserves, no matter how much sweet-talking - or dirty talk - it takes.
Meanwhile, when a shocking truth is shared with the oldest of the Six Pack sons, Blake Coleman begins a journey of assessment. Can he really fill his father’s boots and be the leader his generation turns to for guidance?
With lots of visits with all your favorite Colemans, this is a celebration of love and the lessons learned along the way.
Warning: This book is full of happily-ever-afters. Lots of I love yous, lots of babies, lots of laughter and happy tears. Pretty much, listeners familiar with the series have a ton of feel-good hours of listening ahead. If you want angst - this isn’t it.
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I have read all the books in this series and have loved them all. This book has brought back all the beloved
characters. I have laughed and cried reading the up dates and wisdom passed through this book . Thank you for letting us be apart of the Coleman's !
- Phara Blair
Like an extended epilogue
This book is like a very extended epilogue for the Six Pack Ranch series. You get to see all the Colemans several years later with lots of babies and happy families. The love story comes from the return of Mark Coleman to the ranch and is his second chance romance with Dana. It had been a while since I had read this series so I didn’t remember some of the details but still enjoyed the book. Tatiana Sokolov was good but I really prefer a dual narration with a male narrator as well.