Lindsey Attwood, a paleontologist, has tried to maintain a structured and safe life in Denver for herself and her eight-year-old daughter, Sydney. Now Sydney's father has suddenly decided to become involved, inviting Sydney to stay with him and his young wife in Mexico while he is on an archeological dig. Lindsey then joins her sister in Texas on an undercover mission involving dinosaur tracks. She enrolls in horse-psychology classes as a cover, and everything starts changing. A big white dog pretty much adopts her, and she and rancher Zach Truitt, who is just as shy as Lindsey, enter tentatively into a relationship. Once again, Wingate delivers the sort of tender tale filled with love, hope, and spirituality that keeps her many readers coming back for more.
Good| Posted September 19, 2013
I lvoe this book becasue it has two of my favoirte word in the title. Lizard and Diner. While staying true to Texas heritage she delievers another awesome that will be enjoyed by many!!