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Rainsinger by Ruth Wind/Barbara Samuel Men of the Land Book Two
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Men of the Land Book Two
Daniel Lynch may have lost at love, but he had his orchard, the Lost Orchard. This land was once Indian land and would be again. Until the heir to the land came to claim it in the eleventh hour. He needed to prove his claim was stronger than this newcomers. Who just happened to be a very beautiful woman.
Winona Snow spent so much time on this land with her uncle. The peach trees had been the catapult to send her into her life’s work as a botanist. She needed to tread carefully because this man was a threat to her land and her heart.
In Walk in Beauty the reader first meets Daniel Lynch. He didn’t get the girl in that book so he’s off to find the lost peach orchard that once belonged to his family. He finds himself in the same predicament as before...wanting to help a fatherless girl who just happens to be with a beautiful woman. Can he break down all his past beliefs about love and commitment? Both stories are real page turners. And both books have been republished under the name of Barbara Samuel instead of Ruth Wind.
Posted December 8, 2013
Barbara Samuels' is a literary genius. Where does she get her ideas. I swear she has a crystal ball that gives her access to other people's lives. The love scenes between the main characters were to die for. Oh my Goddess, I almost took off running to a reservation because of the leading male character's description. I could read this againWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 16, 2012
A Heart-Tugger And Much More!
I look to Barbara Samuel to deliver an entertaining and thought-provoking read and RAINSINGER didn't disappoint. At first glance it seems to be simply another romance novel, but Samuel's deft touch with her prose makes it so much more. She's more than a good writer. One of her strengths lies in her descriptions of the locale, making "where" the story takes place an additional character.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 24, 2011
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