Where the Wind Blows by Caroline Fyffe
Prairie Hearts Series, Book 1
Publisher: Montlake Romance (November 2012)
290 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $2.99)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: Pink Heart
After a fellow cowhand's death, Chase volunteers to notify the man's widow and bring her her husband's final wages and personal effects, seeing as it's on his way to his next job anyway, but he ends up staying with the young widow much longer than the brief stop through he had intended. Though a little needlessly stubborn and frustratingly selfless at times, Jessie was a strong, noble character that was easy to like, determined to do everything she can not to be a burden to anyone. Chase finds fate has finally offered him a taste of a real family for the first time in his life and he finds that he likes it more than he'd like to admit, while fighting his fear that he isn't deserving of such good luck, and I wish he'd been a bit more willing to fight to keep them at times. With a wagon journey, the three kids they'd taken under their wing, and some shifty characters lurking around, there was plenty of action to carry them through and keep them on their toes, while Chase and Jessie got acquainted and tried to decipher each others intentions. Great Story!