Book Reviews of Heartland

Author: Rebecca Brandewyne
ISBN-13: 9780446355803
ISBN-10: 0446355801
Publication Date: 7/1990
Pages: 369
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books Inc
Book Type: Paperback
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Was a really good read. Never read anything else by this author, but it is any indication of how good she is I will be reading more. The book is set in the late 1800's and i think represents the time period perfectly. I definately recommend it!
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He was notorious and dangerous....she was prim and proper and beautiful!
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Rachel Wilder is a volatile lass in 1870s Kansas. And she is deeply concerned about the eight children of her closest friend, who has died: Jonathan Beecham, the widower, is a shiftless father who prefers carousing in Wichita to tending his brood. But just as Rachel takes the children under her wing, in swoops their uncle, Slade Maverick, to carry out his dead sister's wishes and claim custody of the children. Rachel suspects that the "gunslinger," who once reportedly killed a man in a bordello brawl, is little improvement over Jonathan. However, Slade settles down to a quiet life of farming and child-rearing, and adopts a possessive protectiveness toward Rachel. But he doesn't reveal the depth of his affection for her, or the mystery behind his earlier exploits--until a figure from his past sends him an ominous message.