WHISPERS IN THE WIND
Snelling’s second Wild West Wind story begins where the first book ends. The characters are amazing — fully defined and believable. The storyline flows evenly, and there is something for everyone: romance, secrets, even the occasional bad guy.
In 1906 South Dakota, Cassie Lockwood and her friends have reached her father’s Hidden Valley Ranch, after a long and stressful journey. She cannot believe she is not the sole owner. The Engstrom family also co-owns the ranch. Ransom Engstrom is as surprised as she is. The Engstroms and Cassie will have to agree to live in harmony or they all could lose everything. (BETHANY HOUSE, Aug., 352 pp., $14.99)