Book Reviews of Montana Wife (Harlequin Historical, No 734)

Montana Wife (Harlequin Historical, No 734)
Montana Wife - Harlequin Historical, No 734
Author: Jillian Hart
ISBN-13: 9780373293346
ISBN-10: 0373293348
Publication Date: 12/1/2004
Pages: 296
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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I was entertained. It's no award-winner, but it's definitely braincandy.
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a great book
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Great read!! Man and Wife-facing the rigors of high counrty ranching. That was the simple, solid ideal that Daniel Lindsay willingly offered Rayna Ludgrin. But she'd lived a grand passion, he knew and he could promise only a quiet, steady brand of love.Her soul raw with a new widow's grief, Rayna Ludgrin vowed she'd never feel love again. Still, life under the wide Montana sky was hard for a woman alone-and she pledged herself to Daniel Lindsay out of a desperate need to save her sons and her ranch. But though she'd taken him into her home as husband, could she ever welcome him into her heart?
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an awesome story, one of those you hate to see end!
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A sweetly romantic tale that hit all the right spots, just shy of touching that soul-moving level. Good elements with a grieving widow forced to marry to save the ranch, an emotionally wounded man who recognized the gift of his ready-made family, and a villain who wanted to steal it all. 3.5 stars.
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A wonderful story. It starts with the female being widowed. Just days later she's convinced to marry again bc of the tough times and land. I found it very believable, her reluctance to let any man into her life and heart, esp while she's grieving a husband she loved.

The love story between them was beautiful. Daniel was a grand hero.

Also recommend the story that follows, Rocky Mountain Man.
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Man and wife - facing the rigors of high country ranching - could their arrangement blossom into love
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Rayna gestured for him to take the coat she'd gathered up and folded with care. He couldn't seem to make his feet move forward.

For a brief moment he inhaled her sweet warm woman scent that made him think of lilacs and spring breezes and lark song...

"I need to finish my errands. Good day to you, Daniel"

She walked away, and it felt to him as if she took all the light with her, leaving him in utter darkness. (introduction)
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MAN AND WIFE - FACING THE RIGORS OF HIGH COUNTRY RANCHING.....That was the simple, solid ideal that Daniel Lindsay willingly offered Rayna Lundgrin. But she'd lived a grand passion, he knew, and he could promise only a quiet, steady brand of love...!

Her soul raw with a new widow's grief, Rayna vowed she'd never feel love again. Still, life under the wide Montana Sky was hard for a woman alone - and she pledged herself to Daniel out of a desperate need to save her sons and her ranch. But though she'd taken him into her home as husband, would she ever welcome him into her heart?
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Rayna Ludgrin was a widow with two young sons and a ranch that she couldn't work along. Daniel Lindsay loved Rayna but she'd had a grand passion with her husband so he didn't know if his quiet, steady brand of love would be enough for her. This was a lovely story of two people learning to live together and work together and making a marriage work.
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MAN AND WIFE - FACING THE RIGORS OF HIGH COUNTRY RANCHING... That was the simple, solid ideal that Daniel Lindsay willingly offered Rayna Lundgrin. But she'd lived a grand passion, he knew, and he could promise only a quiet, steady brand of love... Her soul raw with a new widow's grief, Rayna vowed she'd never feel love again. Still, life under the wide Montana Sky was hard for a woman alone - and she pledged herself to Daniel out of a desperate need to save her sons and her ranch. But though she'd taken him into her home as husband, would she ever welcome him into her heart?
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That was the simple, solid ideal that Daniel Lindsay willingly offered Rayna Lundgrin. But she'd lived a grand passion, he knew, and he could promise only a quiet steady brand of love... Her soul raw with a new widows grief Rayna Ludgrin vowed she'd never feel love again. Still her life under the wide Montana sky was hard for a woman alone and she pledged herself to Daniel Lindsay out of a desperate need to save her sons and her rance. But though she's taken him into her home as husband could she ever welcome him into her heart.