Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Review:Love on the Range Jessica Nelson

A Good relaxing read about a bad time in history. It must have been scary seeing all the deaths from the Spanish influenza.
Gracelyn is from a rich old family Boston who are sending her out west so she won't get the flue. Grace only agreed to go because she found out that the goverment spy Striker lives out their and if she can interview him she will get a full time reporter job. She wants to be independant.
Her parents also arrainged a mairrage  for her even though she has told Huge she does not want to marry him. Told parents that she does not want it. But they even annouced the engagement in the newspaper. Her parents stopped her writing articles for a newspaper. Want her to spend lots of time sewing. Father does not think women should work or vote.
Grace does not know her Uncle Lou because her father and him don't get along. At the train station she meets Trevor and talks his ear off. Then she is surprised he works for her Uncle and has a small house on his ranch.
Her Uncle Lou besides Trevor has James and Mary.
Mary was the first woman Striker rescued from kidnapper and has been hiding out on the ranch from him since.
No one talks about Striker what he looks like or lives that knows him or guesses who he is. Grace has heard about the women he has rescued and builds him up and has a crush on the idea of him.
Lot of people think Striker is bad because he has killed a lot of bad men that the goverment wanted,while rescuing the women.
They don't want Grace to go to town to ask more questions about Striker.
I really enjoyed this story did not have to worry about swearing or sex scenes and look forward to more books from Jessica
I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley
04/03/2012 PUB Harlequin Love Inspired Historical

1 comment:

Jessica Nelson said...

Thanks for the review, Rhonda! I enjoyed reading your thoughts on the story. :-)