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Former newspaper reporter and ballerina, Ginny Aiken, lives with her husband and four sons in York, Pennsylvania. Born in Cuba and raised in Venezuela, she discovered books at a very early age, writing her first novel at age fifteen. Ginny is a frequent speaker at women's events and writers' conferences.
Posted August 6, 2012
It was a great story about a woman who is trying to hold onto her father's sheep ranch during drought. Her ranch has the best water source and the grazing land is good unlike the other ranches in the area. Her neighbor Jeremy keeps trying to buy her land so that he has a decent water supply and grazing land for his cattle. Others are also loking for any means necessary to get her land even if it means kiling for it. Throughout the story jeremy and angel learn to care for each other as jeremy helps her with her ranch after an attack on angel's life. Things go bad to worse as the locals turn against her and people try to frame her for crimes she didn't commit. Overall it was a great book. Very emotional and funny at times. The main lesson in this book is to trust God in all thngs and seek his will rather than your own.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.