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I took a chance on "Western Winds" by an author and narrator unknown to me, and without reviews...but am I glad I did. This well written book, has all the elements a listener could hope for: mystery, betrayal, secrets, intrigue, romance and passion.
This action-packed story takes place about 2 years after the Civil War ended, about 1867.
"Western Winds" is an emotionally intense story about a sprawling Texas ranch, the Reina, and the 20 year old Lacey Garrett who inherits her father's ranch. Reina is all Lacey cares about. Raised more like a son than a daughter, she has been groomed to run Reina, and Lacey is determined to run it on her own. Lacey knows she has her work cut out for herself, but of all the difficulties Lacey could for-see, she never could imagine the last minute change in her father’s will which leaves 1/2 Reina to another heir.
A stranger to Lacey, twenty-six year old Rafe Parrish, the other heir, is no happier to be sharing control of Reina with Lacey than she is of sharing it with him. Angered by her arrogance, Rafe is determined to have it all: the Reina and Lacey herself.
I don't want to be a spoiler, so I will stop here--but I think any historical romance lover will enjoy "Western Winds", whether into the western genre, or not.
I highly recommend it!
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This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I believe that I would like to try to read this story instead of having it read to me. Unfortunately, the narrator was not to my liking.
What was most disappointing about Raine Cantrell’s story?
I just couldn't get into the story.
What didn’t you like about Molly Elston’s performance?
Not a voice I like to listen to.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?