EBOOK NEW A Land Called Deseret è Janet Dailey

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  • A Land Called Deseret
  • Janet Dailey
  • English
  • 27 November 2018
  • 9780373219445

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A Land Called Deseret review ↠ 103 L The lie stuck in her throat She couldn't find anything beautiful about this desolate country Nothing she finished with cold blatant truthfulnessYou could be right Travis. LaRaine is a selfish spoilt brat a not even has been actress with a now failed acting career after botching it the third time for her Broke and homeless and over desperate she seeks refuge at Travis McCrea s ranch which had been part of the film set at which LaRaine was fired from Gradually LaRaine s self important superficial mask melts away as she accustoms herself to rural life and she uite naturally falls for TravisI am really addicted to reformed heroine stories now Or at least the really stubborn kinds that need to be kissed into submission The Conueror's LadyThe Mercenary's BrideHis Enemy's Daughter right Travis. LaRaine is a selfish spoilt brat a not even has been actress with a now failed acting career after botching it the third time for her Broke and homeless and over desperate she seeks Cowboy Smith refuge at Travis McCrea s Cries in the Night ranch which had been part of the film set at which LaRaine was fired from Gradually LaRaine s self important superficial mask melts away as she accustoms herself to Justice at Cardwell Ranch rural life and she uite naturally falls for TravisI am Cowboy Who Came for Christmas really addicted to Cradle of Solitude reformed heroine stories now Or at least the Cowboy Under the Mistletoe Buchanons #1 really stubborn kinds that need to be kissed into submission

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A Land Called Deseret review ↠ 103 Are you admiring the view he askedYes LaRaine agreed without turning She didn't want Travis McCrea to see the brightness of the unshed tears in her eyesIt's a vast beautifu. This book is listed as 4 in Janet Dailey s Cord Stacy series since the H Travis features prominently in book 3 For Bitter or Worse However the heroine LaRaine also features as a secondary character in Janet Dailey s other books She makes her first appearance as the spoiled bitchy cousin to the heroine in Dangerous Masuerade where her selfish machinations lose her the H of that book and he ends up with her cousin She also comes out in Sonora Sundown as the scheming actress who tries to foster a misunderstanding between the H of that book and the girl he was interested inIt s not necessary to read those books first since this is a stand alone however if you can find a copy Open Library has them it gives this book a good opportunity for LaRaine to redeem herself In the previous books I thought that LaRaine was totally unredeemable but Ms Dailey managed to make it work out for her Cowboy to the Rescue redeem herself In the previous books I thought that LaRaine was totally unredeemable but Ms Dailey managed to make it work out for her

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A Land Called Deseret review ↠ 103 Considered her reply LaRaine felt his gaze on her Heat rushed through her body as she realized he was applying the description to her instead of the land a beautiful nothin. I became interested in the character Travis while reading For Bitter or Worse then finding out that he s the H in the final book of the series and here I amThe heroine was brought up in a selfish spoiled way She has never done a chore in her life and doesn t seem to care about other people s feelings than she cares about her own which is to say she doesn t for she doesn t seem to have any to begin with Her sole purpose in life is to be rich have fun fame and male attentionAt the same time which I think doesn t really add up she is someone who doesn t have much in life and apparently never received much love now fired from her job and poor she doesn t have the support of family or friends and everyone has seemingly abandoned her after everything she s doneThis is when she turns to the H for help ie money but he only offers her a job as a housekeeper Eventually during the course of learning how to do the chores and other organizational skills she really falls in love with Travis the land and the house which she sets on renovating and now thinks of as home The H fortunately has pretty much remained unchanged during the course of the whole book except that now he also fell in love with a changed h and learned how to trust herOr does he trust herThis is where I think the story cracks a bitNear the final of the book he finds her holding a Christmas card she found in the middle of his belongings and is understandably saddened and suspicious of her motives in anger immediately assuming she hasn t changed after all and sending her awayThe final scene takes place when he comes in her room at night to return her makeup and finds her crying her eyes out for having to leave the placeThe final scene is long and oh utterly unsatisfying I don t know about other people but I think they needed to make love first and discuss the other issues later or vice versa You cannot go from confessing your love in your breath and trying to convince the other person of it to rolling over and discuss the wedding arrangements and honeymoon to rolling over again and discuss when to have children That didn t make any sense to meTo make things worse they didn t clear out the huge misunderstanding and trust issue at handHave her tears convinced him then that she had really changed after all that she hadn t been snooping around That she didn t want to marry him for lack of a better choiceThere was definitely something missingAt this point I personally couldn t still feel sympathy for the h for it didn t feel like her hardships throughout the book had been enough to redeem her character Not even close For all she was wrong for she never once learned to say I m sorry for anything She didn t really prove her love for Travis than shedding tears though it may have created a floodIt just seemed too easy to place a bad character in a completely different and practically secluded environment making them adapt to the place and then call them a changed personI thought that LaRaine needed to have lived there for much longer and needed opportunities to prove that she had really changed and loved Travis like she would still choose him and that lifestyle even when there were other wealthy men around and she had other options that she had learn what kindness and loyalty mean Not just mention itI love this sort of theme but as it is now I was left a bit unsatisfied