Lynn's Search: Book Four of the Evans Family Saga

Lynn's Search: Book Four of the Evans Family Saga

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Lynn glared at Ryan Mitchell and wanted to smack his smug face, but even though Ryan meant to insult him, Lynn knew that there was a very good chance that what he said was right. He’d suspected for years now that Dylan Evans wasn’t his real father. It didn’t take a math wizard to figure out that he’d been born nine months after his mother had been rescued from Fort Benton.
But what Ryan had said that pushed him to finally ask his parents if it was true, was when Ryan had laughed and said that Lynn was probably more like his real father, the monstrous Burke Riddell than his hero; the man who raised him.
He left the small house to ask that painful question, and if he was told that it was true, he knew that he’d have to leave the Double EE ranch and the only family he’d ever known.

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    Lynn's Search: Book Four of the Evans Family Saga Reviews

  • karen rush

    10 starsMr petit, I wish you could write a book as fast as I can read one. I can,t put your books down. Your stories capture my interest through the story and I can,t tell you my enjoyment while readi...

  • Barbara Lee Wood

    WHO IS LYNN EVAN'S FATHERConflict confusion regarding a young man's father. We all know many families were lost,murdered or just plain abandoned, you know left to fend for themselves or sometimes the ...

  • Alwilda Jaquish

    Lynn was the oldest son of Dylan and Gwen but came to believe that his biological father was a monster. At the age of 16 he set out to find out if he had any of the monsters traits. CJP weaves in the ...

  • Larry Killebrew

    This sagA keeps getting better!You know, I dang near threw my kindle across the room when author Petit killed off one of the main characters in this book. I put the book aside for a couple of days. I ...

  • Sandra Whittiker

    Lynn's Search: Book Four of the Evans Family SagaCJP never disapoints, I dearly hope that he never loses his golden pen that sends out such good reading with stories of a time that has been long forgo...

  • john o'reilly

    Took awhile but I really enjoyed this book this author gets better and betterCold outside miserable damp a good time to read another Petit book and so I started on the journey and it may sound daft bu...

  • Janet Denise Ross

    LAW, LOVE, FAMILY, A QUEST 5 STARS is what Book 4 receives just like the other books in the Evans' Saga. This is an Old West Era Drama that spans decades of a family's life that includes the children,...

  • D. E.

    A CJP. Colorado/Missouri River Western Action Adventure (LS) (TEFSB - 4)CJP. has penned a Colorado/Missouri River western action adventure which begins with a young man and his half brother hitting th...

  • Frank Kelso

    Another of cj petit's sweet westerns. A fanciful tale where the central characters become rich and successful by do the right thing. I'm reminded of Garrison Keillor's line on Prairie Home companion. ...

  • Annie

    Interesting but not as good as the first book. I enjoy his writing but the last two books weren't as detailed as t was expecting wish it had the depth to the characters he had in previous books. Since...