Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Book Review - TO TAME A MONTANA HEART by Dawn Luedecke

Title:  To Tame a Montana Heart
Author: Dawn Luedecke
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press - Cactus; Cactus Rose edition (July 18, 2012)
Genre: Historical Romance
Page Count: 292
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About The Book:
Running from a past of privilege, deceit, and danger, Travis Simms is ready to settle down. What better place to forget all he left behind than the quiet little Montana town of Lolo Hot Springs? His goal is clear -- build a hotel and his own destiny without complications -- until one of the town's most troublesome women captures his attention.

Dusty Larson is hell bent on independence, helping her sister run the Triple D Ranch. She can do anything a man can, and do it better, so she certainly doesn't need one in her life. The only problem is she seems to attract bad luck and danger...and Travis. Can he tame her wild ways and keep his bachelor status intact -- or does he risk losing his heart?

Lynda's Review:

This is a great read for several different reasons. First, it's completely entertaining. I snickered, laughed out loud, and gasped throughout. Second, Author Dawn Luedecke's skill in handling a historical western was superb! I say this because some historical stories leave me frustrated because the author does not fully integrate me into the flavor and feel of the period. This was not the case with To Tame a Montana Heart.

Travis and Dusty were characters designed to steal the hearts of each other and mine, as well. Strong, but soft where it counts, Travis is the perfect match for Dusty's zestful personality. Of course, the author has devised lots of plot elements that will test the resolve and attraction these two characters face.

Some great secondary characters enhance the story and make this a fully satisfying read. The romance in this story is believable and compelling. REALLY, a great read.



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