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Elizabeth Parkins had been left in the wilderness, alone and destitute, by a man she'd promised to love, honor and obey. Now fate had led her to Brice Graham, who offered her fulfillment of all her dreams. But the price, she soon learned, would be her heart and soul... When Elizabeth Parkins rode into his life, Brice Graham saw a way out of the loneliness that haunted his Elizabeth Parkins had been left in the wilderness, alone and destitute, by a man she'd promised to love, honor and obey. Now fate had led her to Brice Graham, who offered her fulfillment of all her dreams. But the price, she soon learned, would be her heart and soul... When Elizabeth Parkins rode into his life, Brice Graham saw a way out of the loneliness that haunted his days. Here was the wife of his heart, the true mother of his child. But would she be content to pretend they'd been together forever - or would she demand something more...?


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Elizabeth Parkins had been left in the wilderness, alone and destitute, by a man she'd promised to love, honor and obey. Now fate had led her to Brice Graham, who offered her fulfillment of all her dreams. But the price, she soon learned, would be her heart and soul... When Elizabeth Parkins rode into his life, Brice Graham saw a way out of the loneliness that haunted his Elizabeth Parkins had been left in the wilderness, alone and destitute, by a man she'd promised to love, honor and obey. Now fate had led her to Brice Graham, who offered her fulfillment of all her dreams. But the price, she soon learned, would be her heart and soul... When Elizabeth Parkins rode into his life, Brice Graham saw a way out of the loneliness that haunted his days. Here was the wife of his heart, the true mother of his child. But would she be content to pretend they'd been together forever - or would she demand something more...?

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Rbeey

    Yess in indeed Bravooooo...to THE RANCHER'S WIFE!, March 22, 2009 OOOOH how I LOVE LYNDA TRENT'S The Rancher's Wife, in fact it's such a Romantic sweet treat. To Every one's Joy you would & should test taste. You to would agree while sampling it's what's poppin'! It is by far an ageless Song that lives, on &on it's meant to be relished. . You'll cherish hearing again & again that's celebrated. An On point, love story about life & love. Every one should read. Don't short change your self of the pl Yess in indeed Bravooooo...to THE RANCHER'S WIFE!, March 22, 2009 OOOOH how I LOVE LYNDA TRENT'S The Rancher's Wife, in fact it's such a Romantic sweet treat. To Every one's Joy you would & should test taste. You to would agree while sampling it's what's poppin'! It is by far an ageless Song that lives, on &on it's meant to be relished. . You'll cherish hearing again & again that's celebrated. An On point, love story about life & love. Every one should read. Don't short change your self of the pleasure of living, seeing as if you are there, such a unique beautifully told story. THE RANCHER'S WIFE is one of those Hidden JEWELS you'd find & it story of love take your breath away... a living breathing shared treasure of LOVE!! It left me with a heartwarming feelings of renewal of faith of love,life,taking a stand ,being true to YOU also more than ever that it doesn't mater the year or time happy ever afters will live ruptured on in forevers enthrall, a fine aged Wine, to be enjoyed in time ! Thanks Ms. Trent. I say Bravoooooo to you & THE RANCER'S WIFE...!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jane Stewart

    Pleasant characters survive difficulties and find love. Major conflicts are caused by each thinking the other doesn’t care. REVIEWER’S OPINION: This is what I expect from a Harlequin romance. The plot, characters, and dialogue were ok, but nothing special or different. We see life in the Oklahoma territory in the 1800s. A man and woman each have heartaches and problems. They meet and fall in love. My problem was that the couple fought and separated more than once because of vague communication and Pleasant characters survive difficulties and find love. Major conflicts are caused by each thinking the other doesn’t care. REVIEWER’S OPINION: This is what I expect from a Harlequin romance. The plot, characters, and dialogue were ok, but nothing special or different. We see life in the Oklahoma territory in the 1800s. A man and woman each have heartaches and problems. They meet and fall in love. My problem was that the couple fought and separated more than once because of vague communication and inaccurate assumptions. She was cold and distant because she thought Brice abused his former wife which was not true. He was falling in love with her but never told her. She felt the same but didn’t tell him. So each of them did things that caused problems which would never have happened if they had simply said they liked or cared about each other. That type of conflict is so overused in romance novels and disappoints me. STORY BRIEF: Elizabeth and her husband Robert moved to Oklahoma and lived in a mud hut. Robert drank too much and was abusive. He left one day and never returned. The story now begins with Elizabeth close to starvation. She discovers Brice and Celia living on a ranch nearby. They give her food and supplies. Celia is spoiled, ungrateful, sickly, and hates her life with Brice. Celia tells Elizabeth that Brice is abusive. Celia later dies while delivering a baby. Brice asks Elizabeth to help care for the baby. She does. Other settlers arrive and believe Brice and Elizabeth are married. They want the settlers to stay, so they pretend to be married. Problems and worries are caused by the preacher, one of the settlers, and the mystery about Robert’s disappearance. DATA: Story length: 292 pages. Swearing language: mild. Sexual language: none. Number of sex scenes: 4. Total number of sex scene pages: 7. Setting: probably late 1800s Oklahoma territory. Copyright: 1999. Genre: historical western romance.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Hortensia

    Buena historia, aunque a ratos me pareció que redundaban en el nudo de la trama y de pronto, la madeja se desenbrolla tan rápido que me dejó un poco cortada. Me desesperan las protagonistas que son fuertes pero obstinadas, hacen que todas las novelas se alarguen innecesariamente. Yo sé que es parte del show, pero me exasperan y además hacen sufrir de más al "héroe". Buena historia, aunque a ratos me pareció que redundaban en el nudo de la trama y de pronto, la madeja se desenbrolla tan rápido que me dejó un poco cortada. Me desesperan las protagonistas que son fuertes pero obstinadas, hacen que todas las novelas se alarguen innecesariamente. Yo sé que es parte del show, pero me exasperan y además hacen sufrir de más al "héroe".

  4. 4 out of 5

    Susan Ross

    Elizabeth is abandoned by her husband in a hovel. Near starvation and searching for food, she comes upon a lovely ranch owned by Brice. He is married to a horrible woman, Celia, who lies about him to Elizabeth during their brief encounter. Celia dies in childbirth after she insists on taking a potion to bring her labour on early. Her baby survives. After his housekeeper/nanny, who gave Celia the potion, and her husband take off in the night, Brice goes to get Elizabeth to help him raise the baby. Elizabeth is abandoned by her husband in a hovel. Near starvation and searching for food, she comes upon a lovely ranch owned by Brice. He is married to a horrible woman, Celia, who lies about him to Elizabeth during their brief encounter. Celia dies in childbirth after she insists on taking a potion to bring her labour on early. Her baby survives. After his housekeeper/nanny, who gave Celia the potion, and her husband take off in the night, Brice goes to get Elizabeth to help him raise the baby. Needless to say, from the moment they meet, Elizabeth and Brice are attracted to one another. But constant misunderstandings disrupt their budding relationship. I personally hate when a story is based on misunderstandings. Settlers arrive, lured by Brice’s offer of land. He had done this months ago so Celia would have neighbours. This includes a hell and brimstone preacher who Brice does not kick out of the settlement, even though the preacher causes problems. This part of the story was not handled well IMO. The end alludes to a possibility of him changing but he was a horrible man and they should have kicked him out. We also assume, but don’t know 100%, that Elizabeth’s husband is dead. There’s no definitive ending to that mystery. Although I skimmed through most of the book, the research of that time seems to be well done.

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