Two worlds...one desire
Bess Samson was raised in privilege, but always had a thing for Cade Hollister, the rough-and-tumble cowboy next door, even ignoring her controlling, class-conscious mother's warning to stay away from him. But he turned her down - hard. Humiliated, she grew up and moved on, but never truly gave up hope.
Cade has secretly always adored Bess - but is filled with disdain for the Samsons' wealth. Once, the families had been friends, until dark secrets and scandal caused a bitter rift, and now her family won't let him forget his blue-collar roots. But when an accident nearly costs Bess her life, the proud rancher must finally fight for the love he's never forgotten.
©1990 Diana Palmer. (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
The best thing about this book was the narration. Even though the Texas accents were too much, the narration is the only reason I listened to the whole thing. The hero was a narcissistic bully who was constantly smoking. (Why was this even in the book?) The heroin was a sniveling 23 yr old who acted 16. There was nothing about this story that was believable. Don't waste a credit or your time.
Love Ms. Palmer and this book is worthy of the read But there is a playfulness between characters that is missing in this story. Lets go back to Jacobsville and Wyoming and a lot more sass between our couples
Touching ending.The only time the story seemed to lighten up.
she was adiquate
as much as fidelitry
and chastity are important these two are anal about it . Way too talky about it.
way too much angst more in love and less n misery.
As usual, Diana Palmer wrote a great book. I loved the characters and the angst. The real struggles due to the inability to communicate feeling brought this book to life. I could not stop listening until I had finished it.
Another good book from Diana Palmer. To be honest, I started not to continue listening to this story because the main lady character was such a weakling. She allowed every one to run straight over her. Yet..by the end of the story, she had developed some backbone. Glad I finished listening to this book.
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