“Looks like Avery inherited the Reed hips.” Isabelle removed her hat.
“Yeah. A boy tried to talk to her in the gift shop and Jared, Seth and Channing were drawing straws over who was going break his legs.” Morgan shook her head.
– Isabelle and Morgan – Cowboy’s Heart
Name: Avery Elizabeth Reed
Parents: Robert & Alicia
Where I Attend
I thought this family vacation to Las Vegas was going to be fun but it’s been nothing but torture since I got off the plane. My dad is being a tyrant! He won’t let me go anywhere by myself. My uncles used to be cool, but now they all act like overprotective maniacs, just like him. Jake and the boys have more freedom than I do.
I’m going to be a junior in high school! I’m thinking about trying out for the track team. Uncle J.J. said he would help me train when I visit the ranch for the summer. I can’t wait to go horseback riding and spending time with the Blakes.
I made my debut in The Blake Legacy when Uncle Seth gave my friends a ride home from the book club meeting. Isn’t he the greatest? He’s super nice and he always takes the time to ask me about school. Aunt Morgan hit the jackpot when she married him.
You’ll be seeing me in the middle of the action in Cowboy’s Heart. I am so excited about Uncle Tate’s concert. In a few years I’ll be off to college, perhaps by that time my dad and uncles will have accepted that I’m not a little girl anymore. I asked cousin Isabelle what she thought and she laughed and said good luck with that.
Update May 2016: So much has happened since I started college! I spend my time studying at school and riding my horse Comet on the Twelve Horseshoes Ranch. I’ve narrowed down my major but I don’t want to tell the family yet. There’s so much going on these days. The best part about attending college in Texas is Wyatt, but I’ll never tell him. He’s handsome and fun but he’s also a big flirt who’s a major pain in the neck. Life gets interesting for us in Worth the Wait.
See you soon,
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