THAT MONTANA SUMMER
May 9, 2008
The Wild Rose Press
Rating: 4 Cups
Samantha Matthews is on her way to Montana, with her dog, Dolly, and some friends, for a much-needed vacation. She needs a break from her parents and job opportunities, but meeting Dalton was not part of the deal.
Dalton MacLaine runs his uncle’s ranch. The only thing on his mind is building up the cattle ranch. He has no desire to fall in love; then he meets Samantha.
After driving cattle and mending fences for three days, Dalton only wants food and shuteye. He works hard maintaining the eighty-thousand-acre dude ranch, he is most proud of. The more guests they get at the resort, the more popular they become. Samantha is thrilled to be around the horses. She is called upon to mend Dalton’s filly and is thankful for the time she took in nursing school and helping her grandfather with the caring of the horses. The more she hears about Dalton, she is anxious to meet him as dreamy thoughts fill her head. Dalton finds her quite the charmer. When they are alone, they find it hard to keep their hands off the other but who will make the first move?
That Montana Summer instills characters that heat the pages. I love the way Dalton has this suave, smooth charm about him. When he enters a room, he sends electric sparks everywhere. I love the way he and Samantha meet and the banter they share. The well-rounded secondary characters add great depth to the storyline. They all play a huge part like putting puzzle pieces together. Sloan Seymour creates a great story, depicting a wonderful resort, landscape, and people not easy to forget. She makes Samantha and Dalton convincing players that make passion come alive in this captivating tale. Touching, uplifting, and downright good, be sure to read this one.
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