Family: ” Not Without Nancy” (Fourth book in the Texas Boys Falling Fast series) by Jan Romes

Whenever I want a little faith in men and human kindness, I read one of Jan Romes books. I just read the fourth installment in The Texas Boys Falling Series, “Not Without Nancy”. I’ve read everyone of them. These men are the sweetest, handsome, rich and nicest men in Texas. Each one has family and friends that’ll be there no matter the circumstances. Each story unique in it’s own way. This is Trigg and Nancy’s story, I think one of my favorite, Nancy just rocks! Trigg is the rancher of the boys, I love him because he is so down to earth, literally. Nancy is a RN, Trigg has had eyes for Nancy since the moment he’d met her through Maggie. He’s let her know it to, she’s turned him down every time. Nancy is basically married to her job, most nurses are overworked and understaffed. Their friends think their meant for each other, the press shows Trigg in a different way. Nancy doesn’t need heart ache in her life, she’s had enough of that. Can Trigg and Nancy’s friends help these two, or is there still one more Texas boy on the market? I’ve looked forward to every one of these stories. The characters are people that I enjoy spending time with. Download your copy and meet some new friends.

Memory

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Originally posted on Perspectives on Life, the Universe and Everything:

Suddenly a melodious tune I hear
Sound of heaven in my ears
Bringing back far away years
Childhood, grandfather, I
Listening to the radio,
Moments just fly,
Alghoza by Misri on air
Sky became clear
Birds would sing
Bells would ring
Joys it brings
Barns, golden lands
Wheat, working hands
More energy was found
All around, work quickens
Heart cleaned blood thickens
Suddenly the magic ceases
Record ends, pulse eases,
tears runs through my heart
Eyes long for one last look
If I can see all of it again
My hand holding his one finger
That memory lingers and lingers
His wisdom and fables
Our walk to stables
His talk and my babels
All gone, except that tune
Reminding me every moment
I spent, wisdom he lent,
Still carry me through this life
Thank you granddad,
I will see him in heaven
I just hope one exists
Because I miss…

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