Vera (noranik) - reviewed Montana Dreaming (Home on the Ranch) (Harlequin Superromance, No 1085) on
(Home on the Ranch series) Chronicaly low cattle prices and her father's skyrocketing medical bills may have forced Jessie Weaver to sell the ranch that's been in her family since the mid-1800's, but no way will she let developers wreak havoc with her glorious Montana mountains. So she writes conservation restrictions into the deed of sale - even though that means taking a huge loss in land value.
CHRONICALLY LOW CATTLE PRICES AND HER FATHER'S SKYROCKETING MEDICAL BILLS MAY HAVE FORCED JESSIE WEAVER TO SEEL THE RANCH THAT'S BEEN IN HER FAMILY SINCE THE MID-1800'S, BUT NO WAY WILL SHE LET DEVELOPERS WREAK HAVOC WITH HER GLORIOUS MONTANA MOUNTAINS. SO SHE WRITES CONSERVATION RESTRICTIONS INTO THE DEED OF SALE--EVEN THOUGH THAT MEANS TAKING A HUGE LOSS IN LAND VALUE.
EVEN THOUGH GUTHRIE SLOANE, HER BOYFRIEND, THINKS SHE'S DEAD WRONG AND IT WILL MEAN THE END OF THEM AS A COUPLE
HE'LL NEVER ABANDON HER
HOTHEADED AND OLD-FASHIONED, GUTHRIE MAY HAVE DISAGREED WITH JESSIE'S DRAMS FOR HER LAND AND STORMED OFF TO ALASKA IN PROTEST, BUT NO WAY CAN HE QUIT HER. ESPECIALLY WHEN HE GETS WORD THAT JESSIE WEAVER NEEDS HIM...THAT BAD THINGS MAY BE HAPPENING TO HER UP ON MONTANA MOUNTAIN.