Book Review: “Two Hearts” by James Eric Richey

July 8, 2015 at 6:40 am | Posted in Books | 1 Comment
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James Eric Richey in his new book, “perf5.250x8.000.inddTwo Hearts” published by JER Books introduces us to Jaxon Tagget and his wife, Annie.

From the back cover:  Jaxon Tagget is a cattle-rancher’s son, born and raised on the Double T, just outside of Dillon, Montana. In love with his high-school sweetheart, Annie, Jaxon proposes on graduation night, presenting her with a wedding ring made from gold he mined himself. Annie accepts immediately, to the horror of her bitter, man-hating mother.

Jaxon’s a wonderful husband, but the warnings of Annie’s mother linger in the young bride’s ears. And it doesn’t help that women continue to fall all over the markedly handsome Jaxon.

Unaware of his wife’s persistent doubts, Jaxon is struggling with his own troubles when he finds out his dad is sorely in need of money to save the ranch. But hope glimmers gold when he rediscovers the old mine on the Double T.

While Jaxon travels to verify the mine’s productivity, Annie grows increasingly suspicious. Is Jaxon’s absence what it seems, or does he have another, less faithful reason for his travels? When Annie sees a picture of the beautiful laboratory owner whom Jaxon is visiting, she’s sure the only gold he’s interested in is long, blond hair. Is Annie right, or will it be her doubts that forever sever their Two Hearts?

Annie’s mother has had her trauma when it comes to marriage. And now she is trying to pass her grief and fear onto her daughter. Annie marries Jax but, unfortunately, some of her mother rubs off on her and doubt and suspicion bubble up regarding the trips her husband takes. Mr. Richey has given us an outstanding book with Jax and Annie, a man and a woman, madly in love with one another and are married. The events that they go through, the adventures that happen and even the mystery serve to sharpen and deepen their marriage vows. That is the tag line, “When I Said I Do, I Meant Forever” and it is a lot of fun to read about these two and see it happen. The story is phenomenal. The themes are perfect. Jax and Annie, as well as the other characters, seems to leap off the page. This is one engrossing experience. Well done.

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Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from IRead Book Tours.   I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 <> : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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  1. Thank you Victor for your honest review of Two Hearts.

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