Wild Montana Sky Author:Debra Holland When her brother announces his marriage, Elizabeth Hamilton suddenly becomes unwanted and unwelcome in the only home she’s ever known. To escape the new mistress of the house, Elizabeth accepts the invitation of her best friend to journey to Montana. — The dirt streets and wooden storefronts of Sweetwater Springs and the hardships of ranch ... more »living are worlds away from the refinements of Gilded Age Boston, yet Elizabeth is filled with new hope—and buoyed by a wealthy banker’s attentions. Yet it’s cowboy Nick Sanders who slowly awakens her heart and helps her recognize her strengths. And when a deadly influenza epidemic strikes, Elizabeth will fight for those she loves—and the life she’s ready to claim.
A USA Today bestseller and winner of Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart Award, Wild Montana Sky is historical romance at its best—a warm, uplifting story of new love and second chances.« less
I was so close to giving this book 2 stars but I chose 3 instead. I feel like there was a good story plot in the authors mind but it just didn't do it for me. I just don't know how to describe it.
Elizabeth (the heroine) hasn't gotten over her fiancé's death... a death that happened 11 YEARS AGO! While reading this, I'm thinking, "Seriously? 11 years and she's STILL mourning him?" But still I read on. Then there's Nick (the hero) that lives states and states away in good ol' Montana. Nick could have been a good hero but he lost points with me by falling in love with Elizabeth because of a picture. A PICTURE! Ugh. Don't get me started. If you dare, read the book yourself. There were a lot of readers on Goodreads that really enjoyed this book but I didn't happen to be one of them. Sorry.