Her cast of characters are sure to be even more developed in the future books in this series. I enjoyed it, and can't wait for the next book in the series! Sisters Mavis, Belle, Emma, Lavinia, and Katie were taken from the ranch by their mother as children and raised by guardians who, without their knowledge, siphoned away the money sent by their father for their upbringing. My only issue was with a term the author used a couple of times towards the beginning of the book. The stakes are even higher because Nate's not sure he can trust Madison because of her family ties. I won't give anymore than that. Blake and Belle are my favorite characters.
A Colorado Hearts Novel Heart of Eden by Caroline Fyffe In Eden, Colorado, 1880 John Brinkman has died, leaving behind a large ranch and a great deal of money. Their heartaches, fears, strengths and surprises were heartfelt and so real that I had to keep reading to find out more. Luke due to the results of his imprisonment and Sally because she has secrets. Hopefully she will stay real to her style in all her works. There was a love story or two in the book, especially Belle and Blake's, that was endearing and sweet.
He attempts to keep his distance from the women, but he can't help but feel attracted to Belle. They mystery was why the mother left. How could they have not known?? We meet Madison who is Alex's love interest and their chemistry is palpable! Still, the overall journey is an absolute delight. I'm surprised her vet did not alert her to e wrote of her mother's neighbor throwing acid into the eyes of her mother's dog, which blinded the dog. He thought once the Indian threat would be over he would once again reunite with his family. This was an awesome fresh series all I can say is please read.
The characters in the story present with their own unique qualities and the author meshes these qualities together well. Absolutely enjoyed every word and will definitely be reading the rest of the series. Five sisters away from their father their whole lives. When you finish, Heart of Eden by Caroline Fyffe is book 1 of the Colorado Hearts series. All the sisters had my attention as it was fun getting to know each one and how they would grow from this experience.
They rule is too and we definitely spoil them and they rule us. Raised by guardians in Philadelphia, the Brinkman sisters have suddenly been bequeathed more than the truth about their late, estranged father - they've also inherited the Five Sisters Ranch, the dynasty he'd built for them in Eden, Colorado. It's a bit graphic on difficult subjects, as her books tend to be, so not for the faint of heart or rather stomach. I was hooked until the latest page. I think she would have made her father very proud. Though some were stock characters like Lesley and the Crowdaires, the sisters, particularly Belle, was especially well developed as she became more and more a part of the ranch.
He agrees to support her search a husband in Fresh York Town society but can he resist the auburn haired lady? Nothing else is mentioned about the neighbor. The story of how they got it is sad This was a sweet, clean, old fashioned Western romance. Each story can be read as a stand-alone but has characters that cross over. My grandchildren liked the story very much and were excited. What a surprise ar the end! The story is about Belle and her four sisters who have endured hardships of losing loved ones, deceit and mistrust, and giving up what they only know to having to return to Eden, Colorado after their estranged father's death. It's a town in Colorado short on women, and five pretty young ones show up all at once, with a fat inheritance tossed in their laps.
Even though the story has all five sisters in it, Blake and Belle are the main focus when it comes to friction and attraction. I felt the relationship between her daughter and Luke was better than Luke and Sally. The premise of five sisters raised in Philadelphia in the late 19th century, then transplanted to a small town in the wilds of Colorado to oversee the inheritance of a cattle ranch, a tannery, logging mill and other businesses their deceased father left them is novel and extremely creative. Though Blake Harding, their father's protective friend and faithful foreman, has yet to come to terms with his own broken past, he finds his heart opening to the inspiring and determined Belle. Taming a Laird's Wild LadyIsabelle Maddox is a rare gem of a lady. Blake and Henry are hero's looking after the girls best interest although at the beginning Blake is rather put off with them until the plot thickens and he finds out that here so called guardians The Crowdaires has swindled them.
Glad this is the first in a series for Denton's now Interim Police Chief is novel kept me engrossed and entertained for hours. All their lives, they had believed that their father was a monster and wanted nothing to do with them. But I do have fun reading books about dogs and the benefits they provide to humans and other pets. The girls were nominally taken care of and the eldest was working, had married but her husband died within a year of their marriage. Belle is headstrong but also kind hearted she gives a lot to those she cares about.