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Book Review: Triple Creek Ranch by Rebekah Morris

(Sorry this post didn’t go up yesterday.  I lost a day somewhere over the weekend. :) )

I suppose this should be called a “series review” rather than a “book review,” as I’m talking about an entire series.  Oh well.

Triple Creek Ranch were the first books I read by Rebekah, and needless to say I was pleasantly surprised!  Any other self-published books I had read were poorly written and boring.  Rebekah’s books are nothing of that sort!

The Triple Creek Ranch books kept my interest all throughout the series.  I can’t remember a time when I didn’t hurry through my chores or go to bed early so I could keep reading.  :)  What’s not to like?  It’s historical fiction, the characters are pleasant to read about (except one, but she gets her comeuppins), the relationships between family members are ideal without being unbelievable.

 

Plot: 5/5

Interesting, sometimes a bit cliché, but still extremely enjoyable.

 

Characters: 4/5

One thing that annoyed me a bit was the ranch hands were a bit difficult to keep straight, but it wasn’t overly distracting.

 

Writing: 4/5

There seems to be an overall lack of careful editing (words like “into” are sometimes spelled “in to”,  “anything” is “any thing”).  Some sections of the books are in different fonts, a serious pet-peve of mine, but not the end of the world.  :)

 

Dialogue: 5/5

Rebekah does an amazing job with dialogue.  It felt very natural to read.

 

 

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Be sure to check out the author’s website/blog, too!

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2 responses to “Book Review: Triple Creek Ranch by Rebekah Morris”

  1. Thanks for doing a post about my books, Ivy!
    But now I want to know WHERE the fonts are different! They are all the same in my books, If they are different, I want to know where so I can get it fixed. :)

    (Oh, and just so you know, “in to” and “into” and “anything” and “any thing” are spelled differently because of where or how they are used. :) )

    • Ivy says:

      My pleasure, Rebekah! There are more reviews to come! :)

      I’ll see if I can find the font differences again. I might have dog-eared the pages, or I might not have. I don’t remember. :)

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