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Most primal wounds scar over and that there's nothing so renewable or so healing as passion This is a bittersweet story of ordinary people who must learn to heal family bonds before they are permanently severed. Mapson does an excellent job of transporting you into the location of the story The day I was reading about the New Mexico winter I was chilled to the bone even though it s only September I love her connection to the land and how she portrays that in her stories Her characters are always flawed sometimes unlovable but they tell a good story Looking forward to reading Owen s Daughter now that I know the background of Margaret Owen Peter and Bonnie and everyone else living in Blue Dog New MexicoIt seemed funny reading about faxes and other cutting edge technology from 20 years ago How soon we forget

Review Blue Rodeo

Blue Rodeo

Takes refuge in Blue Dog New Mexico There in the shadow of Shiprock Mountain and in the unlikely arms of Owen Garrett she finds the courage to love again and to be loved And she comes to realize that even the. I really enjoyed this tale of the southwest I felt like I was right there with all of the characters It was a great story with interesting characters Even though it wasn t exactly the happy ending that I would have liked I did enjoy the resolution I d like to see a seuel to this one Thanks again to Pamela Lynn for lending me this from your wonderful library

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Those who do not remember family history are condemned to repeat itHaunted by a failed marriage a resentful son left deaf by a bout of meningitis and the slow death of her artistic aspirations Margaret Yearwood. A tale of love between a city girl and a country boy Okay so they are middle aged and with a bit of baggage but that s what makes it all so much interesting


10 thoughts on “Blue Rodeo

  1. says:

    Blue Rodeo is an extremely atmospheric read There's nothing fluffy or light about it I can guarantee you that but it isn't gloomy either I think JoAnn Mapson’s writing is beautiful and it demands you to pay attention Mapson is not your average romance writer I’d ualify her as a talented novelist who being a woman of

  2. says:

    A tale of love between a city girl and a country boy Okay so they are middle aged and with a bit of baggage but that's what makes it all so much interesting

  3. says:

    As I read this novel I wished I had read it before reading Owen's Daughter also by JoAnn Mapson The key characters in this novel continue their lives in the book Owen's Daughter The story is set in the fictional town of Blue Dog New Mexico and revolves around Owen Garrett a recovering alcoholic who is hiding from the law for a deed

  4. says:

    I read Blue Rodeo eons ago in my late twenties about twenty years ago In fact I read a lot of Mapson's novels; I could not put them do

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this tale of the southwest I felt like I was right there with all of the characters It was a great story with interesting characters Even though it wasn't exactly the happy ending that I would have liked I

  6. says:

    Loaned by a friend and read on her recommendation I enjoyed the setting and the unusual love story although this isn't a type of book

  7. says:

    Very enjoyable novel with interesting characters

  8. says:

    Really liked Mapson's writing In fact she would've earned 4 stars but she was too graphic when it came to sex

  9. says:

    Mapson does an excellent job of transporting you into the location of the story The day I was reading about the New Mexico w

  10. says:

    I had the real pleasure of meeting Ms Mapson at a reading in Anchorage Alaska this summer UAA had their first year as a Low residency format and I went to a public reading while visiting a friend Ms Mapson said that Blue Rodeo was the

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