Madeline Inglewood is determined to teach migrant workers—too bad she's doing it on J.D. Rivera's ranch. J.D. wants to be left alone, and WHAT MADELINE WANTS (4) is interfering in his plans. He ignores her, but slowly her gentle nature calls to his wounded soul. J.D. is a classic dark and brooding romantic hero, while Madeline is the perfect foil of sunlight and sweetness. Readers will be swept away by this novel by Linda Style, who incorporates the plight of migrant workers into her romance.

Reviewed by: 
Pamela Cohen