Maggie Locke's life is shattered after the sudden death of her husband. Despite overwhelming grief, life on a Montana ranch won't stand still---and neither can Maggie. But when she discovers that veterinarian Danny Pulver and new minister Ian Lane both have feelings for her, she must choose between healing alone or risking fresh heartbreak
Beautiful book about a woman facing life after her husband dies. She finds hope, faith and love on her Montana ranch.
At the risk of sounding like so many other reviewers, this book started out terrific. The author did a really nice job of describing the grief of the main character when she lost her husband. Unfortunately, it went downhill for me from about the snow storm to the end. Actually, the whole snowstorm part could have been pared down to a few pages. I had little interest in reading about the Monopoly game.
Besides the glaring error about Arabian horses, I felt like I was reading an advertisement for GMC trucks. Absolutely no GMC pickup - or any pickup - would go through ten foot drifts of snow, no matter what kind of tread was on the tires (and we read about the tread numerous times).
Then the ending, if you can call it that. As others have done, I checked my Kindle thinking I missed some pages or something was wrong with the device. It was like, poof! The husband just appeared at the window.
Two stars for the beginning and the beautiful Montana setting. Certainly cannot recommend it.