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The oilman Lee hires is accompanied by his grown-up daughter, Emilie McDougal. Emilie soon becomes another asset at the ranch, and she falls for Lee. Lee's looking right back at her, but dangerous incidents and an aggressive suitor for Lee's riches, put this pair at odds.
The human vultures circle, all wanting a slice of Lee's oil pie.
Yeary's story is painted on the authentic backdrop of Texas, and the details of the oil exploration are so interesting. Lee and Emilie have to work very hard for their happily-ever-after, to the delight of this reader. I enjoyed the bits of history and Texas tucked in amongst the romance framework.
Lee, a hardworking decent guy, with dreams and ambitions, carries baggage from a haunting past wrong he committed. Emilie, a plucky, yet kindhearted individual, has a touching naivete about her, since she lost her mother at an early age, and has lived with her father in a man's world most of her life.
Because of their past, both find difficulty deciding what love between a man and woman exactly entails. Other individuals, out for their own gain, also stand in the way of the couple's quest to know exactly what they feel for each other.
I recommend this book as not only a romance, but also a glimpse at times past.
Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this novel to provide my honest review. Since I'd already read many of Celia Yeary's books before and had never been disappointed, I knew from the quality of her past work I would have no problem reading Texas Dreamer and providing my review.
Thank you Celia Yeary for this book!!!!
Anna Carbone, Arvada, Co