Book Reviews of West of Heaven (Harlequin Historicals, No 714)

West of Heaven (Harlequin Historicals, No 714)
West of Heaven - Harlequin Historicals, No 714
Author: Victoria Bylin
ISBN-13: 9780373293148
ISBN-10: 0373293143
Publication Date: 7/1/2004
Pages: 304
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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A very sweet love story, shows you that you can love again after tragedy.
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West of Heaven by Victoria Bylin
Midas, New Mexico Series Book 1
Another fantastic read by Victoria. If you are prone to tears, keep the Kleenex nearby. Jayne Elizabeth McKinney Dawson was married for barely a week before she became a widow. On top of that she finds out he was not who he said he was and their was a good chance his murderer would not come after her as well. The surly rancher who found Hank's body did not appreciate that she wanted to wait until after he was buried before leaving his ranch, especially with a storm coming up, but she was a strong willed woman. A woman who indeed did get stranded on Ethan Trent's ranch.

Ethan was one of the walking dead. He no longer took care of himself or his ranch. He lost everything that meant something. When the stubborn woman returns to see her husband buried, he ends up stuck with her. And after awhile he don't mind. Something about Jayne brings life back to Ethan and when he learns of the danger she's in he wants to protect her as well. He just don't have room in his heart to love again. Can these two people find a future even while holding on to their pasts?

Along with the danger and suspense of the story there is also humor. We meet Reverend John Leaf who is unlike any Pastor and his story is in book 2.

**Sexual situations within marriage.
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For everything there is a season. Be it sorrow hope or love, Jayne Dawson had weathered all three. Widowed before she was truly a wife, she'd found aid from Ethan Trent, a rancher beset by sorrows of his own.
The protection of his name was all Ethan could offer Jayne from the danger stalking her. Though buffeted by life's storms, pregnant and alone, this angel of a woman gave him so much more - the ability to feel again and the power to dream.
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Be it sorrow,hope or love-and Jayne Dawson had weathered all three.Widowed before she was truly a wife,she'd found aid and comfort with Ethan Trent,a decent man beset by sorrows of his own.But could the grieving rancher ever release the darkness of his yesterdays to join her in a brighter tomorrow?
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Be it Sorrow Hope or Love and Jayne Dawson had weatherd it all. Widoed before she was truly even a wife she found aid and comfort with Ethan Trent a decent man beset by sorrows of his own. But could the greiving racnher ever release the darkness of his yesterdays to join her in a brighter tomorrow?
the protection of his name was all ethan trent had to offer her after her husband left her with his access baggage.