Ms. Rodgers makes her characters come alive on the page and you feel like they are right in the room with you. You get swept away as the story unfolds and you can almost feel the sun on your face and sand between your toes.
-Denise Robinson, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Late one evening after a show, Dallas White’s security chief and friend, Matt Kelly, is forced to take Dallas aside to give him tragic news. Immediately, Dallas must take Cassie, Ry, and his young daughter, Jade, to a remote Alberta ranch. When he gets there, he’s astonished to discover that a small, silent, soulful child has been thrust into the family fold.
The child, four-year-old Hunter, has gifts that lend him the air of a wise old soul who has lived many lives. He’s lonely and sad, and feeling very much abandoned. Worse, nobody - including Dallas - has a clue how to incorporate him into their lives. Dallas and his parents are suffering relentless grief and can barely tie their own shoes, much less reconcile the mysterious appearance of an apparent love child.
Like A Song is a story about a family torn apart by grief, and a child who lands smack dab in the middle of the storm. Rugged Alberta ranch country provides a stunning glimpse into nature’s healing powers; wild horses light the way towards peace. Readers will thrill to the addition of Drifters’ favorite Matt Kelly to Dallas’ world, and as always, to the heartache and hope of the Drifters universe.