This is a book that I turn to when I am tired and want a good read. I really enjoy this series.
The plot to this book was pretty good, but I found the heroine very weak. I can understand some of her mistakes, but she keeps making the same ones. Then she also has this trust issue where she trusts him, then she doesn't, then she does, then she doesn't over and over and over again. And I didn't really like the ending. Besides, I was left with the feeling "Yeah, so they're happy how they are, but how long is it going to last?" because she was so wavering. But it wasn't uncertain wavering. One time she'd feel strongly one way, another she'd feel different. She didn't ever feel tentative, seeing both sides. It was really irritating. I made myself finish, since there aren't very many books that I've ever started and not finished, but I'm not going to read anymore of her books.
However, like I said, the plot certainly had potential. If you are more interested in the plot than the actual story, this is good. I would have given it a higher rating if there'd been more comedy, too. I would have given her character some more slack if the book had been funny.
A tender story of commitment, faith, and unconditional love...from the bestselling author of Where The Wild Rose Blooms.
When Travis and Rebecca marry, rumors quickly spread that he has done so only for her dying fathers ranch. Confused and convinced that Travis can never truly love her, Rebecca strikes out on her own. She disappears to make a new life for herself in a town far away, but her friends there are few, and life is hard.
When desperate circumstances drive Rebecca home to Travis, she can see the change in the man she left behind. In her absence, he has grown from a roughhewn cowboy to a confident rancher.
Still, her wounded heart is hesitant. Is she more afraid to loveor to be loved?