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Thursday, March 12, 2009

By Kim Vogel Sawyer

Reviewed by Marion Kelley Bullock

Emmaline Bradford travels from England to a sheep ranch in America to honor her pledge to marry Geoffrey Garrett. But that promise was made five long years ago. In the meantime, things have changed. Her fiancé is not the same person she knew in England. She barely remembers him. She resents his inattention and his ordering her around. In short, she’s miserably unhappy in barren Kansas. She wants to go home as soon as possible.

Geoffrey is bitterly disappointed. Though he had dreamed of the day when Emmaline would join him on the sheep ranch he’s built, he makes her an offer. If she’ll stay until spring, he’ll pay her return trip to England— if she still wants to go back. Will she change her mind and recapture the love she once felt for him?

Kim Vogel Sawyer has painted such a realistic picture of the Kansas prairie, I felt I was there. She made the tension between Geoffrey and Emmaline so thick you could cut it with a knife. I wanted to sit them down and tell them how the cow ate the cabbage.