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Dusty Lewis has a hard heart. Years of loose living and of following the open trail have left him lonely and empty inside. All he has left, all he loves, is the homesteading life and the band of fellow ranch hands who he travelled with from Fort Worth, Texas to Montana Territory, to set up a new life.

Paradise Ranch is his home now: he's come to terms with not having a family of his own. That is until he meets Jane Wilder. She's running from a troubled past as well, but that past is about to catch up with her.

When the two of them are forced to work together on the run down schoolhouse where Jane is the schoolmistress, she does everything she can to keep her secret safe while he fights his growing attraction to her.

A tragedy throws them together again, and they must each choose whether to follow the path of fear or love, honesty or lies. Can their love overcome the sins of the parents, or will Jane and Dusty miss their chance at happiness?

©2017 Bronwen Whitley (P)2017 Bronwen Whitley

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Loved it. Very well written. Great story. Would love to be at the ranch. Can't wait for the next one.

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  • Layla
  • 09-13-17

Winds of Paradise.

Would you consider the audio edition of Winds of Paradise to be better than the print version?

Yes I would. There are some slow parts in the book and if I was reading it, it would have taken me longer to read. With audio the narrator made the characters more realistic and the slow parts didn't bother me so much. Would defiantly recommend the audio book.

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I liked the story. There was a lot of misunderstanding and the characters had insecurities which they had to get over and be able to trust each other before they can move forward.

This a clean historical romance so it is suitable for all.

I was given this free review copy audio book and have voluntarily left this review.

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