Color of the Wind (The Women's West Series, Book 2)

Color of the Wind (The Women's West Series, Book 2)

by Elizabeth Grayson

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Color of the Wind (The Women's West Series, Book 2) by Elizabeth Grayson

When Ardith Merritt promised her dying step-sister she'd take her niece and nephews to their father in Wyoming, she knew it meant confronting Baird Northcross, the man who, on the eve of their wedding, jilted her and eloped with her sister.

Exiled to a ranch in Wyoming by his aristocratic British family, Baird Northcross is a failure, a scoundrel, and a cad. But the rugged beauty of the land, the unexpected satisfaction of hard work, and the presence of a woman like no other awakens the possibility of happiness... if only he can keep from destroying this last, precious chance to win Ardith's love.

REVIEWS:
"...a beautiful tale of redemption and reclaiming lost love. There is a power to Elizabeth Grayson's story that will move readers." ~Kathe Robin, Romantic Times

"Each character suffers disappointment and loss--but in the end, they come together, learning what it means to be a family." ~Publisher's Weekly

THE WOMEN'S WEST SERIES, in series order:
So Wide the Sky
Color of the Wind
A Place Called Home
Painted by the Sun
Moon in the Water
Bride of the Wilderness

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781614177173
Publisher: ePublishing Works!
Publication date: 02/21/2015
Series: The Women's West Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 52,052
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Award-winning author Elizabeth Grayson has always loved stories of adventure and romance. Upon retiring from teaching, she began writing full time. Elizabeth lives in the mid-west with her husband and cat, love traveling and is an avid photographer and knitter. www.elizbethgrayson.com

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Color of the Wind 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous 8 months ago
Anonymous 10 months ago
Well developed characters. Excellent plot. Very enjoyable read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good story
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great story. I couldn't wait to find out what happened next. A story about two people Ardith and Baird. Baird was engaged to Ardith in England, but runs away with her sister and they get married. Aridith was heart broken and leaves for Bosten. Years later her sister is on her way to Wyoming to be with Baird and their three children. She dies after having a miscarriage. Aridith takes the children to their father. He has been sent by his uncle in England to run a cattle ranch. Aridith was going to take the children and turn around and go back to her life in Boston. One thing leads to another, she ends up staying and helping Baird. They have a hard time at first but as the story goes on, Baird becomes a better father and man and Aridith helps the family be together and grows also. Aridith is also an artist and has some one back home, her publisher, who she has romantic feelings for and they write back and forth. A very heart warming story with twists and turns and sad at times.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book from start to finish. I couldn't put it down for two days. This author truly knows how to write a good romance. I got to know each character , was interested in all the details,adventure and the hero and heroines hea, fantastic!
ReadsAlotJG More than 1 year ago
Terrific book!!! The descriptions of the West are wonderful and the story tugs at ones heart. An awesome job!!!
MoRWAReviewsSTL More than 1 year ago
5-Star Review   Wonderful Second Chance Story   This is the second chance story of Ardith Merritt and Baird Northcross who've been separated by years, miles and betrayal. Wanting only the best for the children from Baird's first marriage to Ardith's now deceased sister, they agree to work together through one season on the Wyoming cattle estate he was sent from Europe to oversee. Through the artistic talent of Ardith, Grayson allows the reader to see and feel the rugged beauty of the country, plus follow the strength of a woman who has made her own successful way in the 1880's Boston world of writing and illustration. Baird's gradual redemption, and reaffirmed belief in himself, is well done and believable for a man who spent his life following his dreams yet still struggles to face his one failure. Grayson weaves not only the character growth of Ardith and Baird, but also the children and ranch hands who are faced with inward trials plus the elements of weather and ranching. The tender developing romance laced throughout the book gradually builds to a wonderful happily ever after for Ardith and Baird plus their ever growing family.
ClaudiaS1 More than 1 year ago
This is the second chance story of Ardith Merritt and Baird Northcross who've been separated by years, miles and betrayal. Wanting only the best for the children from Baird's first marriage to Ardith's now deceased sister, they agree to work together through one season on the Wyoming cattle estate he was sent from Europe to oversee. Through the artistic talent of Ardith, Grayson allows the reader to see and feel the rugged beauty of the country, plus follow the strength of a woman who has made her own successful way in the 1880's Boston world of writing and illustration. Baird's gradual redemption, and reaffirmed belief in himself, is well done and believable for a man who spent his life following his dreams yet still struggles to face his one failure. Grayson weaves not only the character growth of Ardith and Baird, but also the children and ranch hands who are faced with inward trials plus the elements of weather and ranching. The tender developing romance laced throughout the book gradually builds to a wonderful happily ever after for Ardith and Baird plus their ever growing family.