Book Reviews of Wildest Dreams

Wildest Dreams
Wildest Dreams
Author: Rosanne Bittner
ISBN-13: 9780553564723
ISBN-10: 0553564722
Publication Date: 6/1/1994
Pages: 608
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Fanfare
Book Type: Paperback
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A wonderful western romance
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Against the glorious panorama of Big Sky country , award winning author Rosanne Bittner creates a sweeping saga of passion excitement, and a beautful young woman and a rugged ex-soldier struggle against all odds to carve out an empire--and to forge a magnificent love. Against relentless snows, murderous desperadoes, and raiding Sioux, Luke and Lettie would stand together, bound by a passion thaat ran deep. But violence and tradedy would stalk them, and in this time of endless tears and brutal challenges, they would face a heartrending choice--to abandon a lawless land before it destroyed them , or fight for their wildest dreams....
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This is one of my favorite book.It keeps you wondering what is going to happen next.Very good.
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This is a very trashy and dirty novel! Let your imagination's run wild!
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Against endless odds, Lettie and Luke, an ex-soldier face the the future together in the 1860s.
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You cannot go wrong with Rosanne Bittner!...She is a excellent writer that takes you THERE...You feel her characters & enjoy the ride she takes you on...Highly recommended!
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Wildest Dreams was certainly not the romance novel I expected. But it was definitely not bad. It is a lovely story about a family growing up in Montana and how they lived and struggled through life's hardships. Death in the family, rape, learning to love and trust again, affair, Indians, war; it was not a book like most historical romances, whereas it wasn't solely about Luke and Lettie and their love. At first I thought it would be boring when I realized that. But it was not. It described the reality of family and their relationships.