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Low Water Crossing, Book 2 of the Sulfur Gap Series

(Sulfur Gap #2)

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A human skeleton is unearthed on Wayne Cheadham’s ranch. The grisly discovery stops the digging and points a bony finger at Wayne’s long-gone first wife.

Fast-paced and laced with humor, the three loves of Wayne’s life tell their own stories. These beautiful, strong-willed women present Wayne with unique challenges to test his mettle and refine his spirit. He shares his ref
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Paperback, 455 pages
Published 2020
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Leslie aka StoreyBook Reviews
When I decided to read this book, I had no idea it was the second in the series or that I had read the first book. Granted, I had read the book 4 years ago and there have been many books between then and now. But as I was engrossed in the book, some things sounded familiar especially towards the end. That being said, you do not have to read the first book, The Lark, to fully enjoy this story.

This novel revolves around Wayne Cheadham but is told from the perspective of his three wives with brief
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Lynn Poppe
Oct 12, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Low Water Crossing is one of those books that I found difficult to categorize or explain when asked what I was reading. I re-read the synopsis and thought, yep, that pretty much covers it! I can certainly agree that this book is an appreciation for the heartache of the main character, Wayne Cheadham, and the three loves of his life.

While this novel is not a typical romance, it is told from the point of view of each of Wayne’s romantic interests, interspersed with Wayne’s own thoughts. As for ea
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Mike
Oct 15, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Low Water Crossing is a small town family drama that takes place in West Texas. The characters, more than anything else, really bring this novel to life. The story follows the adult life of West Texas rancher Wayne Cheadham in the small town of Sulfur Gap, Texas.

The story is written in the first person point of view (POV). However, it is not always the same character telling the story. The novel begins with a prologue, and Wayne, the protagonist, is telling the story. After the prologue, the sto
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Melissa
While I have not read the first book in Dana Glossbrenner’s Sulfer Gap series, I had no problem jumping into the power and the poignance of Low Water Crossing.

Opening with a first-person narration by Wayne Cheadham, the pivot point around which this whole novel revolves, this story is told in sections, which are then subdivided into chapters, each one depicting a significant moment in that character’s life. Wayne is in every “book” but the three pov characters, Lucy, Cynthia, and Lou, are the th
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Ruthie Jones
"I want to live the rest of my life in living color, with the moments bright and joyful."

Wayne Cheadham is one of the main citizens in Sulfur Gap, Texas, who owns a ranch just outside of town and who takes under his wing a couple of mistreated children and a few animals who need a loving home. Wayne also attracts women without even trying because he is a too-good-to-be true sexy cowboy with plenty of Texas charm. In Low Water Crossing, Wayne goes through three marriages from the late 1980s to 20
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Dana Glossbrenner has spent most of her life in West Texas, with small towns of the region forming the inspiration for the fictional locale of Sulfur Gap. She's married with two children, two step-children, and six grandchildren. She currently resides in San Angelo, Texas.

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