As a young boy, Ryan Lassiter visited Wyoming for the first time. From that moment on he was captivated by the land, and his grandfathers ranch. For the first time in his life he had a sense of permanence, away from his globe-trotting parents. Tragedy sent him running from the land that he loved, but now hes back and couldnt imagine being anywhere else.

Maggie Drummond is a city girl who made Wyoming her home. A woman with a great heart, she is forever taking care of those around her. But when her car breaks down, and Ryan and a friend of his pick her up, she begins to see the chance to improve her own life.

As Ryan works to prove to his grandfather that he is worthy of the family ranch, he frequently runs into Maggie and her flirtatious sister, Noreen. Although he has hardened himself against romance, Ryan finds himself drawn to Maggie.

When he learns that he must marry to secure his inheritance, Maggie is his first choice. She has dreams of her own and Ryan could be the answer to them. But is this the right time to be impulsive?

With a wonderful sense of humor, Dallas Schulze writes a Cinderella story that will warm your heart. (Jan., 384 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Debbie Richardson