Monday, January 6, 2014

Review: Unforgiving Plains by Christine Steendam

Rayna Fields is a successful realtor in Calgary, but when she receives a visit from a lawyer, her whole life is turned upside down.

She hasn’t seen or heard from her father in twenty years. Not since her mother packed her and their belongings in a truck and drove off Fieldstone Ranch. Now, she has to make her way to Foremost, Alberta, the “wild west” of Canada and deal with the dilapidated ranch that was left to her by her estranged father.

Struggling with her feelings towards her father who has passed on, a ranch in financial distress, and other problems that crop up along the way, Rayna turns to the one person willing to help; Vince, the hired hand. But will his past destroy everything she’s worked towards? And will she be able to forgive, and find beauty in Alberta’s wild plains?

My Thoughts:
Rayna is a city girl who has issues with men from her father having nothing to do with her since she was 5. Now she finds out that he left her his ranch. She shows up planning to sell it.. She doesn't plan to fall in love, with the ranch or the ranch hand.Vince has been working at the ranch for three years and doesn't know where he will go when Rayna sells. I just loved the writing and the characters. I couldn't stop reading. There were financial issues and cattle rustlers as well as personal issues for each of them to deal with. I liked the peek at ranch life. This is a lovely, clean romance that I very much enjoyed. 

My Rating: ****
Steam Factor: !

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