Reporter Rachel Brant needs one last set of interviews for her series on Vietnam veterans. But Tom McKee isn't talking, and his son, Ash, is running interference for him. Then Tom has a change of heart. If Rachel meets his conditions, he'll cooperate, and Ash soon realizes he's misjudged Rachel. She's a good person, an excellent mother -- and honest about their shared attraction. But rancher Ash thinks Rachel deserves more than he can give her. Mary J. Forbes' The Man From Montana (4.5) will move readers with its universal themes, timely references to war and the tender yet passionate pairing of Rachel and Ash.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer