About the Book:
Lorelei Collins possesses a soft heart for any animal in need, so when she finds a buffalo calf bawling beside its lifeless mother, she can’t help but bring it home to raise on the ranch she and her sisters are building in the Rocky Mountain wilderness. Little does she realize that its white coloring is rare and considered sacred by Native Americans, which makes it highly valuable to them and European trappers alike. Men soon begin to visit their ranch to regard the marvel, with some trying to woo Lorelei into marriage and others trying to steal the calf outright.
When the men’s advances become more sinister, Lorelei approaches Tanner Mason, the quiet and mysterious owner of the new trading post, with an idea: she and the calf will move to his post, along with her family’s trusted Blackfoot friend. This will solve both their problems by bringing customers to his trade room and protecting her family from the trouble brought on by so many strangers. Yet as the danger travels with her, Lorelei and Tanner are faced with a threat greater than anything they’re prepared for–one that will test the limits of their abilities and the love growing between them.
This is the second book in the Sisters of the Rockies series. We made only a tiny bit of headway on the mystery woman they are searching for, but we got to journey into a beautifully developed narrative where both Lorelei and Tanner discover their worth.
You could probably figure out the context without reading book one, Rocky Mountain Rendezvous, but I’d recommend you start at the beginning and get to know the sisters and their context. I’m enjoying this series and look forward to the next installment.
I received a pre-release digital galley of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.