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4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Excellent western romance

As a second son of an English aristocrat, Harrison Bainbridge knows he inherits almost nothing. He and two friends travel to Texas to make their fortune. However, instead of easily making a bundle of money, Harrison ends up working in the field under the supervision o...
As a second son of an English aristocrat, Harrison Bainbridge knows he inherits almost nothing. He and two friends travel to Texas to make their fortune. However, instead of easily making a bundle of money, Harrison ends up working in the field under the supervision of women whose men is either dead or struggling to come home following the end of the Civil War.

While one friend Gray Rhodes married (see A ROGUE IN TEXAS), Harrison and his fellow expatriate Kit Montgomery agree that cattle is the way to become wealthy. Since they lack capital, the duo turns to their only hope for an investor Jessye Kane, daughter of a saloonkeeper. Jessye agrees to fund them on two conditions. She and Kit are full partners, leaving Harrison as a common worker and she goes with them on the cattle drive. Harrison pushes Kit into signing the contract. As Harrison and Jessye become truly acquainted during the dangerous cattle drive they fall in love. However, he is the son of an aristocratic icon and she is a saloonkeeper¿s daughter with a past.

The second tale in Loraine Heath¿s western romance trilogy is an endearing story that lives up to its passionate predecessor. The story line is filled with an insightful look at the Southwest just after the end of the Civil War. The lead couple is a humorous, warm, and realistic pair whose squabbles will entertain the audience. The support cast augments the tale by providing a deeper understanding of the inner motives of Harrison and Jessye. After reading back to back winners, fans will anxiously wait for Kit¿s tale to be told by the wonderfully gifted Ms. Heath.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Not worth the price.

How old is the author? The premis of this book is great but the book is poorly written. It just didnt flow well and there were way too many coincidences. Most of the scenes were short and then it just jump to two weeks later far too often. It was beyond dificult to rela...
How old is the author? The premis of this book is great but the book is poorly written. It just didnt flow well and there were way too many coincidences. Most of the scenes were short and then it just jump to two weeks later far too often. It was beyond dificult to relate or emphathize with the characters, it was like you meet them and it gets deep. You dont scratch the surface before u hear the woes and a whole bunch of inspirational jargon. I felt as though i wasted my money. This book should not cost this much. I give it two stars because the premis was really good, i just wish it was written better.

posted by Escapist85 on August 25, 2012

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Excellent western romance

    As a second son of an English aristocrat, Harrison Bainbridge knows he inherits almost nothing. He and two friends travel to Texas to make their fortune. However, instead of easily making a bundle of money, Harrison ends up working in the field under the supervision of women whose men is either dead or struggling to come home following the end of the Civil War. <P>While one friend Gray Rhodes married (see A ROGUE IN TEXAS), Harrison and his fellow expatriate Kit Montgomery agree that cattle is the way to become wealthy. Since they lack capital, the duo turns to their only hope for an investor Jessye Kane, daughter of a saloonkeeper. Jessye agrees to fund them on two conditions. She and Kit are full partners, leaving Harrison as a common worker and she goes with them on the cattle drive. Harrison pushes Kit into signing the contract. As Harrison and Jessye become truly acquainted during the dangerous cattle drive they fall in love. However, he is the son of an aristocratic icon and she is a saloonkeeper¿s daughter with a past. <P>The second tale in Loraine Heath¿s western romance trilogy is an endearing story that lives up to its passionate predecessor. The story line is filled with an insightful look at the Southwest just after the end of the Civil War. The lead couple is a humorous, warm, and realistic pair whose squabbles will entertain the audience. The support cast augments the tale by providing a deeper understanding of the inner motives of Harrison and Jessye. After reading back to back winners, fans will anxiously wait for Kit¿s tale to be told by the wonderfully gifted Ms. Heath. <P>Harriet Klausner

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2013

    So good...

    I read these books out of order, started with no. 3, then no.1 then this one, no. 2, this one I couldn't put down and found myself crying at least three times because of the moving story that was told with such compassion. Just loved this book, somehow I have this affinity for broken characters, Heath does them well and makes them so loveable!

    Will read this one again and again.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2014

    Completely Captured

    Could not put this down!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2013

    Can Love Over Come Your Deepest Fear?

    Heath does it again! If you're a historic romance lover, you'll love this! Plenty of character development, conflicted feelings, past regrets, attempts to over come harsh challenges... will love be enough?... Read it and find out!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2013

    Steven

    Mmmhm

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