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One Heart to Win de Johanna Lindsey

One Heart to Win (edição: 2014)

de Johanna Lindsey (Autor)

Séries: Callahan-Warren (1)

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Tiffany reluctantly travels to 1880s Montana Territory to end a family feud, a journey during which a train robbery and a case of mistaken identity lands her in her alluring fiance's ranch home.
Título:One Heart to Win
Autores:Johanna Lindsey (Autor)
Informação:Pocket Books (2014), Edition: Reprint, 448 pages
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One Heart to Win de Johanna Lindsey


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An easy fun novel that takes you to Montana's ranch land and cowboys. Very little about work on the land however! Spirited Tiffany and charming Hunter make a seductive romance novel although the plot around the feuding families was confusing and underwhelming. I thought I'd read a Johanna Lindsey before but this is my first and it was well written with a light touch. It's sprinkled with lots of humour, or should I call it good feeling? I'm not sure that I should call this a rom com, more a comedic romance. ( )
  Okies | Aug 12, 2021 |
The main female character was annoyingly whiney. I did appreciate the male lead was forgiving of her. The level of deceit on multiple characters part wasnt my thing. ( )
  audraelizabeth | Jun 30, 2020 |
I finished this book in record time for me! Couldn't put it down! Loved the romance, fun, humour, and loved the story, despite some eye rolling on my part. The heroine is a privileged girl posing as a housekeeper -- but she has a riding habit, she eats with the family, is given a guest room upstairs in the main house, and is invited to ride the range with the family!? I thought the family must surely see through her deception to offer these privileges to a lowly housekeeper, but no, that was not the case. In any event, I loved it!! Quick and easy read! ( )
  junepearl | Apr 2, 2016 |
One arranged marriage, a family feud, a wife and mother with a desparate secret estranged from her husband, and a young woman who can't cook, and doesn't know anything about cleaning who successfully disguises herself as a housekeeper. Oh, a pig and a number of good looking young men.

If that sounds like something of a muddle, the book won't disappoint. A convoluted plot with too many strings, not enough reality, and either too many characters or not enough words. Definitely one to borrow, not buy. ( )
  SunnySD | Sep 7, 2013 |
Good book though not as good as her older books, especially the Malory series. Tiffany has been living in New York City with her mom for the last fifteen years. She knows she's engaged to Hunter, but she has no interest in going to the wilderness and marrying a cowboy. Mom tells her she needs to go out there and spend at least two months getting to know the man before she decides. When she arrives she takes advantage of a mistaken identity to become the housekeeper at the Callahan ranch. This gives her a chance to see Hunter in his natural environment, not making nice because he has to. It took me awhile to warm up to Tiffany. She came across as a spoiled brat in the first few chapters. Once she got to the ranch she really had to step up and act like she knew what she was doing. This made for some pretty funny moments as she learned to cook, deal with farm animals, and do things she's never had to do before. She also doesn't quite know what to make of Hunter. He's handsome, charming, funny and showing an inappropriate interest in her. He admits the engagement, but also that he's not enthusiastic about it. Tiffany finds herself more and more attracted to him, but also not happy that he's making moves on the housekeeper while he's engaged to another woman. She also discovers that she has no resistance to his advances. Tiffany also has to deal with her feelings about her father who she hasn't seen in all these years. She thinks he just doesn't care about her and takes out those hurt feelings in her attitude toward him. She is determined to end the feud without being the sacrificial lamb to do it.

Hunter is the oldest of the Callahan boys and the one chosen to marry Tiffany to end the feud. He's not happy about it and really hopes that she'll break it off when she arrives. That becomes even more important to him when "Jennifer" the housekeeper arrives. He falls hard for her very quickly and spends a lot of time teasing her and flirting with her. I enjoyed the way that he liked flustering her. He also challenged her because his teasing made her want to be able to do the things she should be able to do. It was pretty neat to see the way that Hunter really started to care for her and see that he wanted her, not his fiancee. His shock and anger when he found out about the deception was pretty realistic. He also didn't let it throw him for long before he realized that he could end the feud and have the woman he wanted all at the same time. I liked the way that he didn't back down from confrontations with the miners even when he was outnumbered. I liked the way that the younger generation dealt with the feud with mostly harmless pranks.

The story had two things going on besides the romance. There was the feud, what caused it and how to end it. This was more important to the fathers than to the sons. There was also the mystery of why Tiffany's mom had left Montana and refused to have anything to do with her husband. That was resolved in a neat package at the end without too much difficulty. ( )
  scoutmomskf | Aug 27, 2013 |
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