Good Water

Good Water The dry plains drew Judy Proctor like a bear to her den or a moth to the flame Ranching was her life The sweat as she branded or doctored cattle the howl of a coyote in the quiet night air half froze

  • Title: Good Water
  • Author: Kayt C. Peck
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The dry plains drew Judy Proctor like a bear to her den or a moth to the flame Ranching was her life The sweat as she branded or doctored cattle the howl of a coyote in the quiet, night air half frozen fingers as she cut the wire to loosen hay bales for hungry cattle scratching for survival in snow covered land all of the everyday existence on the ranch was her lifThe dry plains drew Judy Proctor like a bear to her den or a moth to the flame Ranching was her life The sweat as she branded or doctored cattle the howl of a coyote in the quiet, night air half frozen fingers as she cut the wire to loosen hay bales for hungry cattle scratching for survival in snow covered land all of the everyday existence on the ranch was her life It was where she belonged It was a lonely life She had tried to leave the ranch to join the normal existence of a talented young woman in the city, but it had never been home When her parents were killed in an automobile accident, she returned to the family ranch as much because she needed it as it needed her She faced a lonely life to be shared with no better company than Somegood and Useless, her cow dog and the mottled mutt that were her companions Kathleen Romero slipped into Judy s life unexpectedly She came to the plains to write a story Would she stay because of the real truth she found in the simple drama of husbanding land and animals Unfortunately, even wide open spaces can be plagued by prejudice and closed minds As the two women struggle to know each other, they must also carve a place for themselves among the country folk who have been Judy s friends and neighbors her entire life.

    • Good Water ¦ Kayt C. Peck
      490 Kayt C. Peck
    • thumbnail Title: Good Water ¦ Kayt C. Peck
      Posted by:Kayt C. Peck
      Published :2019-05-09T14:01:53+00:00

    About "Kayt C. Peck"

    1. Kayt C. Peck

      Kayt C Peck s life experience has provided a wealth of material for her passion as a writer From her early years on a Texas farm and ranch through experience as a journalist, a Naval public affairs officer, a firefighter and an EMS first responder she has lived life to the fullest, a treasure that is reflected in her writing Her essential courage aided her as a founding board member of OUTstanding Amarillo, the gay lesbian bisexual transgendered organization serving the Texas Panhandle and formed at a time when being openly gay involved a real and present danger That same courage carries into her writing.

    750 thoughts on “Good Water”

    1. A farm, romance and horses. I enjoyed it very much. Happiness is the best of all condiments. I totally agree. This was a lovely romance in a difficult period and in a harsh environment for women who love women. This is my first book by Kayt Peck and it is well worth the purchase. It is written in a relaxed pace with not too much commotion. It was enjoyable to read.


    2. A real storyThis is the kind of book I love. The first page invites you to come along and join in and at the end of the book you feel you have made some friends you do not want to leave is a keeper that I know I will read again. Please write another book soon. Thank you m.


    3. Spend some time on a working ranch and get to know the characters, their neighbors and friends. This book wove the details and the characters together into a compelling story.


    4. Gritty and EngagingI enjoyed the stories setting and tone. A look at hard living with engaging characters. Tests of love an friendship.



    Leave a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *