Synopses & Reviews
Angel Rogers is alone in the world. With both her mother and father gone, the fiery young woman is left to run Rogers Ranch on her own. Not an easy taks for anyone in 1894, especially in the midst of a drought that has nearby ranchers desperate for the water on her land. So it is that rancher Jeremy Johnson comes to call upon Angel, hoping to strike a bargain that will allow his cattle to graze on the fertile Rogers land and drink from its sparkling waters. Instead, he finds himself increasingly drawn to Angel, and finds he wants he love more than anything else. But to what lengths are other ranchers willing to go in order to gain access to Rogers Creek? And what is Angel willing to sacrifice to keep her ranch from falling into the wrong hands? Ginny Aiken's growing readership will enjoy Spring of My Love as much as they loved the first two installments of the Silver HIlls Trilogy.
Angela Rogers and rancher Jeremy Johnson are locked in a battle over land???and love. But are either prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice? Book three in the Silver Hills Trilogy.
She was a woman alone, trying to make her way in a man's world. How far would the town go to stop her? The winter of 1894 was especially cruel to Angel Rogers. Her beloved father, Oliver "Old Man" Rogers, had passed away, leaving eighteen-year-old Angel alone, with no one to help her run the family's sprawling sheep ranch. When the following spring brings little rain, Angel has only her faith-and Rogers Creek, the only water in Hartville-to see her through. Rancher Jeremy Johnstone can do nothing but watch helplessly as his herds slowly die of thirst. In desperation, he calls upon Angel to gain access to the precious but limited water-but finds himself trying to win her heart as well. But to what lengths are other ranchers willing to go in order to gain access to Rogers Creek? Will Angel's desire to keep her ranch outweigh the calling of her heart? Or is she willing to sacrifice everything-even her life-to keep her father's legacy alive?