I loved this book. It was a really sweet story about a girl, Margaret who just doesn't feel at all loved by anyone. She feels that she is only liked for what she can do, not for who she is. She is taller than most girls and feels that her height makes her unattractive - it seems that no man wants a woman who will tower over him.
That is until she meets Josiah Cutler, the new foreman. But can she really give her heart to a man who isn't what he seems? Josiah is a walking contradiction.
I don't want to give anymore of the story away, but I must say that I found it a very sweet and loving western romance. It's a very quick read, being only 170 pages, but the lesson of unconditional love is so refreshing.
Margaret knows she's too plain, too tall, and too outspoken for any man to want to marry her. All she wants is to prove to her father that she can manage their ranch as well as any man could.
But when her father hires Josiah Cutler as the new foreman, Margaret's dreams are knocked flat. The newcomer seems determined to prove that she is not needed.
As the days go by, Margaret begins to suspect Josiah of a far more dangerous scheme as well, one that will endanger all her father's hard-earned money. She'll do anything to protect her father and his ranch - and yet for some reason her heart is torn. There's something about Josiah Cutler that fascinates her.
I was unable to read this book, due to the print is so extremely small I can't see it.