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I enjoyed Libby Ross' character. She was strong for a woman that had been through several hard hitting life betrayals, yet it seems that she could still hold her head up and smile. She had a delicateness about her but was definitely not afraid of work. The only time I was even frustrated with her character was when she kept comparing Tyler Hollins to her previous employer's son, who had done her wrong (I don't want to give this part away).
This book did have all the things I think can make a good book: 1)Betrayal; which doesn't take over the book 2)Lost love; although I think Tyler Hollins may have dwelled on this a little too long 3)Sadness; when a character (even if they are not the main character)dies 4)Found Love; not too quick, or doesn't take too long to get there
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and it is definitely a keeper.
I really enjoyed the characters for the most part. Yeah, there were clichés (misunderstands abound, tragic pasts, ect...) In fact, there was more than once I wanted to tell Libby to just keep her suitcase packed, with how often she assumed she was being sacked. However, in all that, I just adored Libby. She was soft and feminine when she needed to be. Yet, she wasn't afraid to tell Tyler where to stick it when she felt he had gone too far, and she's strong emotionally. I don't know if I could have come back from her situation with Ross' death and being alone in a snowbound cabin for months on end.
I think I have to mention the setting, too. I'm a Montana girl, having lived here for 2/3 of my own life. I've personally been to the area mentioned in the novel, on the banks of the Mussellshell and surrounded by all that rugged beauty. I think the author did a fantastic job in bringing her setting to life, in all its remoteness in this time period and in all its beautiful glory.
I really enjoyed this romance. The emotions fairly scorched my Kindle, and the setting was beautiful. Despite some clichés (I don't think any romance, really, can escape them), the characters were fairly strong, and I felt a real connection to them. This is a great example of how a historical romance novel should be written.
For ladies who love Western Romance this is surely a good read.
When she went into town the only work available was in the saloon and it was not for her. She was relieved when she was hired by ranch hands from the Lodestar ranch hired her for their boss and prayed that he would keep her so that they would keep a cook. Tyler Hollins didn't want a female cook, he would never allow her to stay.
Necessity changed all of Tyler's wants and Libby stayed between them they managed to develop a cautious friendship and of course all the men were happy with the food. There are tests and temper and decisions to be made but there is a certain something between Tyler and Libby and they have to learn what's important in their life.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is pretty good but it had a couple of irritating characteristics that are hard to overlook. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lois Feron
Excellent read! Ms. Harrington does an excellent job of developing her characters. I feel like I know them. Just an awesome story.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
A lovely western romance. Ms. Harrington has always engaged me with her books and this was not different. Can't wait to move on to another one of her books.Published 8 months ago by Traveladdie
I read this in paperback several years ago, and misplaced my copy. It's one of those stories you never forget. When I found it on Kindle I had to reread it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by maybirdsong
Another great book from Alexis Harrington. She writes these books so well. You see the prospective of both the male and female characters. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Malinda Hall
Very good story with sufficient build up of tension between love interests. Hero has unnecessary guilt over the death of his first wife and heroine has spunk and sass enough to... Read morePublished 16 months ago by TXMOMOF2