Montana Sky

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Montana Sky

Der weite Himmel (Montana Sky). Staffel 1, Folge 1 (91 Min.) Der vermögende Großgrundbesitzer Jack Mercy aus Montana hinterlässt seinen drei Töchtern eine. DWAM Montana SKY Cooles mattschwarzes Leder kombiniert mit Jeans! Aus Leder gestepptes Band vermittelt ein luxuriöses Boho-Gefühl Die goldenen. Inhaltsangabe zu "Montana Sky". Jack Mercy's three daughters are strangers to each other. Now they must learn to live as a family-in order to gain an.

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In seinem Testament verfügt der verstorbene Großgrundbesitzer Jack Mercy, dass seine drei Töchter aus verschiedenen Beziehungen ein Jahr lang gemeinsam auf seiner Ranch leben müssen, um sich ihr millionenschweres Erbteil zu verdienen. Der weite Himmel (Originaltitel: Nora Roberts' Montana Sky) ist ein amerikanisches Filmdrama von Mike Robe aus dem Jahr April Smith schrieb das. Entdecken Sie Montana Sky - Der weite Himmel und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung möglich. Montana Sky | Roberts, Nora | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Inhaltsangabe zu "Montana Sky". Jack Mercy's three daughters are strangers to each other. Now they must learn to live as a family-in order to gain an. Der weite Himmel (Montana Sky). Staffel 1, Folge 1 (91 Min.) Der vermögende Großgrundbesitzer Jack Mercy aus Montana hinterlässt seinen drei Töchtern eine. Bücher Online Shop: Montana Sky von Nora Roberts hier bei cannaviello.eu bestellen und bequem per Rechnung zahlen! Weitere Bücher finden Sie auf.

Montana Sky

Der weite Himmel (Originaltitel: Nora Roberts' Montana Sky) ist ein amerikanisches Filmdrama von Mike Robe aus dem Jahr April Smith schrieb das. Der weite Himmel (Montana Sky). Staffel 1, Folge 1 (91 Min.) Der vermögende Großgrundbesitzer Jack Mercy aus Montana hinterlässt seinen drei Töchtern eine. In seinem Testament verfügt der verstorbene Großgrundbesitzer Jack Mercy, dass seine drei Töchter aus verschiedenen Beziehungen ein Jahr lang gemeinsam auf seiner Ranch leben müssen, um sich ihr millionenschweres Erbteil zu verdienen.

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Es stellt sich heraus, dass nicht Carne für die Morde verantwortlich war, sondern Jim, ein Halbbruder der Schwestern, der jahrelang unerkannt auf der Farm arbeitete. Lily hat in Adam den Mann gefunden, von dem sie immer geträumt hat, wird schwanger und heiratet erneut. Der Film wurde in der kanadischen Provinz Alberta gedreht, Lass Dein Glück Nicht Ziehen Stream Ask anderem in Calgary. Adventskalender Herzenswunsch 3 Sterne. Jack Mercy war schon immer ein krankhaftes Schwein. LED-Teelichter, tlg. Kauf auf Rechnung Kostenlose Rücksendung. Keine Kommentare vorhanden Jetzt bewerten. Bestellen bei:.

The book is less than pages, how in the world could NR manage to have three couple story lines, plus all the other details and scenes with other characters?

I was definitely wo I loved this book! I was definitely worrying over nothing. I was convinced it would be better as a trilogy I have been putting this book off a while because I'm an idiot.

It was fantastic and I enjoyed the Montana ranch setting. Loved Ben and Willa together. They were funny and charming together and I laughed several times.

Willa is so strong and stubborn and Ben is so patient and knows exactly how to handle her. Adam and Lily are about the sweetest couple ever.

Absolutely adorable and I really liked the underlying strength she doesn't know she has. Tess and Nate were also cute together.

They just clicked and made for some very hot and heavy scenes together. I was pulled in once the book started describing scenes with the newcomer, "JC", especially when we learn that Lily's ex is Jesse Cook.

I kept expecting someone to have a picture of him at some point, especially Nate. How could he keep forgetting to bring by the picture?

And then everyone would realize who he was, but it would be too late as he was already taking Lily. That's how I pictured it anyway.

But then he came to her house way too soon in the book and I further believed that there must be another bad guy. I wasn't disappointed. I kept debating Jim as the bad guy.

View 1 comment. Mean old Montana rancher Jack Mercy dies and leaves the ranch to his three daughters, born of three different mothers, none of whom have ever met before.

The catch is that in order to inherit their third of the multi-million ranch, they all have to live on the ranch for one year with no more than one week away.

Californian screen writer Tess is mad, fleeing abused wife Lily is grateful but scared, and rancher Willa is furious. And not only do they have to adjust to each other and their changed li Mean old Montana rancher Jack Mercy dies and leaves the ranch to his three daughters, born of three different mothers, none of whom have ever met before.

And not only do they have to adjust to each other and their changed lives, but sinister things start happening as well. This was not one of Nora Roberts' better efforts.

Very cliched and with the usual woman-hating male villain which is actually starting to get a bit boring. Makes you wonder about Nora Roberts' own background.

It did have a twist towards the end that I completely failed to spot, but twists such as this only work well as plot devices if they occur right at the very end of a book.

This twist happened about pages before the end of the book, and it took most of that pages to resolve the twist, by which time I was getting a bit bored.

As far as brain candy goes, this was pure candy floss - insubstantial, sickly and bad for your teeth Dec 28, Aubrey rated it it was ok Shelves: own , fiction , romance.

This is the first book I've read by Nora Roberts that disappointed me. I kept reading through to the end because I wanted to know who was doing the killing, but that was the only reason.

I found the three main female characters so one dimensional as to almost be caricatures of themselves. Much like many of her other books we had: the tough tomboy woman, the abused sweet woman, and the sexy femme fatale.

But they were all so far into their role that they didn't feel like real people at all. The m This is the first book I've read by Nora Roberts that disappointed me.

The men weren't that interesting either - all 'twists' on a cliche. I was surprised about the twist - the character I thought was doing all the murders turned out to be not who I expected.

I'm not sure there were enough clues to lead to the actual killer, and I'm really not sure I believe the motive - but it was suspenseful enough to keep me reading even though I didn't really like any of the characters.

Jack Mercy had been a bastard in life. Yet he never treated Willa Mercy like a daughter, but more of a nuisance, never showing her the ropes, slapping her both figuratively and literally.

The ranch that is her home, where she grew up, that she considers her own, could easily be taken from her.

Failure to do that results in the land being forfeited. Two neighboring ranchers, his lawyer and the owner of the second largest ranch in the county, Ben McKinnon, the bane of Willa existence.

But as soon as the three women start living under the same roof and Willa just might tolerate Ben McKinnon enough not to punch him, something dark and twisted is stirring on the land, bringing with it heartbreak and death.

Just wow. I loved the characters. The three sisters, so different, yet somehow so similar. I loved how their relationship progressed and grew throughout the year they spent together on the ranch, how they got to know each other, admire each other, respect and love each other.

And I loved how each of them changed during that year, throughout the seasons. Some mellowed, some grew a backbone, but inexorably each of them ended up where she was supposed to end up.

I loved these three guys. Steady, resilient, protective, they were the metaphorical rocks sheltering the girls from the storm, offering support, offering friendship, and offering their love.

Adam helped Lily in overcoming her insecurities and her fears, Nate helped Tess smooth out some of the rough edges, and Ben and Willa, well, everything.

I know this was supposed to be the story of three sisters finding their way together, finding love in the heart of Montana, but for me, this was the story of Willa.

She was Mercy ranch, she was the one who brought it all together, she was the one who held it all together, and she was the one who ended the nightmare.

They circled each other, wary of traps, determined to keep it light, keep it friendly, but you know what they say about the best-laid plans.

And what a wonderful romance this was. Fun and light in the beginning, slowly morphing into a hot affair, and finally into a reluctant acceptance of their deeper feelings.

To me, theirs were the sexiest, hottest love scenes so far. Slow and sexy, or fast, hard and sweaty, there was just the right vibe, just the right feel They were just right, and they never put either of them out of character.

It was always Willa and Ben. Either dressed or burning up the sheets, they threw off the same amount of spark. No mushiness, no sappiness, even in that last scene, their characters, their nature shone through.

The suspense provided a nice balance to the romance. Dark and light, good and evil, love and hate. Yin and yang.

The suspense aspect was incredibly well-written, twist-y and turn-y, offering scarcely and clues as to the identity of the knife-happy villain.

The intensity was slowly rising from the first incidents, climbing to a fever pitch in the last confrontation, the feel of lurking danger was ever-present with the added benefit of a possible second villain, the motive was as elusive as the identity And although it all happened rather quickly in the end, I never got the feeling it was rushed or easy, since the pacing of it all was rather frenzied at that point.

Suspense of the highest order indeed. What I also loved about this story, what Ms Roberts is master of, were the vivid descriptions of the ranch, life on it, and its surroundings.

I could see the Montana as it was described, the fields, the pastures, the forests, and high country. I could see men running wire, herding cattle, training horses It was like I was there.

Picturesque, vivid, and peaceful. And then evil trickled in, and that peace was shattered, and the storm brew anew.

Wonderful writing and characters, spot-on pacing, intense suspense Loved it. Two-haiku review: Three half sisters must Live on ranch to inherit Three hot guys want them Typical Nora Romance plus evil bad guy Three-and-a-half stars.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. So I thoroughly enjoyed this one. In this one, the book starts out at a funeral.

He ha three daughters. Only one of them, the yougest Willa, actually grew up with him on his ranch because her mother died when she was a baby.

The first daughter, Tess, lives in LA California writing screenplays. The second, Lilly, is from Virginia, but has been moving around a lot hiding and running from her abusive ex husband.

She arrives at the funeral So I thoroughly enjoyed this one. She arrives at the funeral with fresh bruises from his latest attack. She took three different planes to throw him off track to come to her father, whom she never knew, funeral.

Willa grew up on the ranch working it and putting in her blood sweat and tears. Her father leaves the ranch to all three daughters, with a very big stipulation.

They have to live together on the ranch for a year. If any one of them refuses to adhere to the stipulation they forfit their piece of the pie and ultimately everyone elses.

If they don't all follow through with the requirements then the land is to be donated to a wild life preserve organization.

During that year, Willa is to be in charge of the ranch with the supervision of Nate family lawyer and friend and neighbor Ben McKinnon.

Ben McKinnon runs the ranch next door with his father and brother. Tess agrees to staying the year because she wants her cut of the ranch the ranch is worth million Lilly jumps at staying because she finds it peaceful and wants to hide out there.

Tess ends up going after Nate to help pass the time. Meanwhile, Willa's older half brother, Adam, is spending his time working with Lilly to open up, trust and she learns the horses with him.

They end up falling in love. Willa and Ben hook up. During all this, animals have been ending up dead. One cat, couple cows, and 8 calfs the night after they were born.

All of wich were cut up and gutted. Two people were killed as well in the midst of all this. One of the men who work and live on the ranch, and some 16 year old run away that no one knew.

Through all this you also as the reader know that Jesse Cook, Lilly's ex husband, has been working for Ben all this time and nobody knows who he is.

This leads you to believe that he is the murderer. He ends up prematurely he was waiting out the year so Lilly would get the inheritance first kidnapped Lilly because her and Adam decided to get married and the wedding day was fast approaching.

He ends up taking her up into the mountains and hides out in a cave. It was snowing when he took her and practically a blizzard by the time they got to the cave so she was freezing.

He wouldn't start a fire cause he didn't want to draw attention. She ended up passing out and he drank himself stupid.

By the time Adam, Ben and Willa find the cave and her, they find a fire was build and Jesse is dead cut up and gutted and scalped like the other murders and Lilly is delerious with a high fevor.

After a week in bed, Lilly is fine. Wedding plans continue. The day of the wedding, Lilly finds a note slipped under the door in the kitchen telling her that she is not to worry and that he doesn't plan to do anything on her wedding day and that she doesn't have to worry about her sisters or Adam.

More time goes on and one hot day Willa noticed one of her men, Ham, who she knew all her life and considers her real father cause he was always there for her in a way her real father never was burning up and not looking too good.

She decided to make him turn in for the day and he essentially threw a fit and stalked off saying he wanted his final check. That evening, he came by the main house and they talked it out.

She told him how she really felt about him and basically that she was afraid to loose him. They have a moment and they make up.

As he was leaving he thought he heard something so thought he would check it out. Turned out it was the murderer in the middle of slicing up a cow.

The murderer turned out to be one of the men who worked on the ranch, named Jim. He stabbed Ham because Ham found him with the cow.

Then after he stabbed Ham Willa happened to come upon them looking for Ham to tell him one more thing. She first just saw Ham on the ground and ran to him then she saw Jim with the knife and he punched her out.

She comes to, tied up and thrown over a horse. He takes her all over the place trying to back track and throw off the scent.

Finally he gets to where he wants to go and sits down with her to try to talk her into understanding everything. He tells her that he is her brother and that Jack Mercy had knocked up his mother and told her he would take care of her but then refused to.

Her being a single mother with no help from the father forced her to become a whore. When she died of a drug overdose, Jim was 16 and came straight to Mercy Ranch to confront his father.

Jack ended up laughing at him then telling him he would give him a job, and if he lasted a month then he would have some job security. When he turned 21 Jack gave him a really nice knife.

It is the knife he had used to kill all of the animals and people. He then tells Willa that he likes to kill and that he gets that from Jack. Then he reminds her of when Willa was little she had a cow that she helped birth and got to sorta keep as a pet.

She won ribbons for her cow and had named it Blossom. When she was 12, he forced her to watch him kill her pet cow to teach her that this was a ranch and cows are not pets but beef.

Jim thought that Willa would accept him as her brother and forget all the horrible things he did. When she tried to lie he could tell and he sorta went crazy on her.

Then Ben showed up, and Jim had a knife to her neck. Ben being an excellent shot, shot him right between the eyes. Happy ending! Feb 04, Eve rated it liked it Shelves: nora.

Didn't enjoy this book as much as some other books by Nora Roberts. No memorable scenes that would invite me to re-visit this story again.

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Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. So do Lily and Adam Wolfchild, a half-blood ranch-hand, but her abusive husband, ex-con Jesse Carne, stops at nothing to get her back.

But is he the one who viciously kills ranch animals and ranch-hand Pickles? Written by KGF Vissers. It is such a wonderful replication of the bestselling book by Nora Roberts.

It is a move to be seen and cherished by lovers and friends. I would recommend this movie for every Nora Roberts' fan out there.

Anyone who reads and enjoys her stories should watch the movies and see her characters truly come to life on the big screen. The acting was wonderful and stayed true to the characters first developed by the imagination of Nora Roberts and the script followed the book in the most important details.

Montana Sky is not the only book made into a movie and I am so excited for the rest of the Nora Roberts movies to come out on T.

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Sign In. Visit our What to Der Schwarze Ritter page. Drama Thriller. To view it, click Big Eden. Though set in Montana, the film was actually shot in the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. They are sisters…and strangers. Es folgt ein Jahr mit drei Romanzen und vielen kleinen Alice Im Wunderland Film von Unbekannten auf die Ranch, um diese wirtschaftlich zu zerstören Kauf auf Rechnung Kostenlose Rücksendung. Lily verdächtigt ihren gewalttätigen Ehemann Jesse Carne, der auf Bewährung aus dem Gefängnis freigelassen wurde und vor einiger Zeit untergetaucht ist. Nora Roberts — Rotation Leipzig weite Himmel. Starte mit "Neu" die erste Leserunde, Buchverlosung oder Prosieben Tv-Sendungen erste Thema. So genannte 'Spoiler' sollten vermieden werden. Steve Porcaro. Keine Kommentare vorhanden Jetzt bewerten. Gespräche aus der Community zum Buch Neu. Darüber Avenger Deutsch entführt Harriet Herbig-Matten den Leser in die wunderschöne Welt Montanas. FSK Luftbefeuchter, 3,4 Liter 4. Tatsächlich erscheint Carne auf der Ranch, verletzt Adam Wolfchild, der eine Verabredung mit Lily hat, und entführt diese. Laura Mennell. Die drei??? Originaltitel Nora Roberts' Davi Sky. LED-Teelichter, tlg. "Montana Sky" von Nora Roberts jetzt gebraucht bestellen ✓ Preisvergleich ✓ Käuferschutz ✓ Wir ♥ Bücher! Jetzt die DVD per Post leihen: Nora Roberts - Montana Sky () mit Scott Heindl von Mike Robe. DWAM Montana SKY Cooles mattschwarzes Leder kombiniert mit Jeans! Aus Leder gestepptes Band vermittelt ein luxuriöses Boho-Gefühl Die goldenen. Bei reBuy Montana Sky - Nora Roberts gebraucht kaufen und bis zu 50% sparen gegenüber Neukauf. Geprüfte Qualität und 36 Monate Garantie. In Bücher.

Although I might change my mind about that in a couple of minutes' time, because they're all pretty great. Ben and Willa were by far my favourite pa Could've done without the drawn-out drama and the multiple chapters from the killer's POV, which I never like.

Ben and Willa were by far my favourite pairing though. The banter, the flirting, the tension, the incredible stubbornness on both sides; that all worked for me.

I also love the fact that all of this takes place over a year. It helps the relationships develop in a more believable way than most romance novels.

And the imagery throughout this entire book is amazing. The descriptions of the scenery never failed to keep me engaged and I'm thinking I need to put Montana on my list of states still-to-visit.

Thank the heavens for another stormer of a novel from Nora Roberts with none of those pesky supernatural, paranormal happenings.

This is a straight forward awesome romance with a bit of suspense thrown in to keep the stakes high of course. I loved the setting. I have always wanted to go to Montana and stay on a ranch but I figure I would be a mix of Tess and Lily once I'm there.

Anyway, beautiful, gorgeous setting. And the three sisters! Awesome characterisation and you fall in love with all t Thank the heavens for another stormer of a novel from Nora Roberts with none of those pesky supernatural, paranormal happenings.

Awesome characterisation and you fall in love with all three of them. Probably the best story based around sisters who don't know each other but are forced together by circumstances.

And the romances! Feb 02, Beth rated it liked it Shelves: reviewed. Turns out I'm really not enamored of thriller elements in Roberts's plots.

I kept wishing they weren't there, or that they were different. But I liked the sisters a lot, and I appreciated the observation that they were all supposed to hate each other.

Jack Mercy: what an idiot. Though I wish Willa and Ben had acknowledged that ultimately, they were what Jack wanted, and I wish Adam had felt less like a protector and Lily less like a lost child.

Otherwise, there are a lot of golden moments here, Turns out I'm really not enamored of thriller elements in Roberts's plots. Otherwise, there are a lot of golden moments here, particularly "I went to Yale.

View all 9 comments. Oct 11, Luli rated it it was ok Shelves: ol-1 , boring , romantic-suspense , reviewed , sappy , sexist , cardboard-characters.

You can find this review in English below. Los romances han sido empalagosos. El punto de vista del malo poco serio y superficial.

Y la historia se me ha hecho larga y aburrida. The story seemed promising and with its pages you should think there will be time enough to develop both the plot and the characters, but no.

It must be a crime to say that all happened fast and that the characters were two-dimensional but it would be the truth.

There were pages and pages to give some depth to the plot and characters, however, they were full of repetitions. The romances have been cheesy. The bad guy POV lacked seriousness and was shallow.

And the story has been long and boring. I only can think that if you loved the film, you will love the book. If the film seemed to you corny and frivolous… you will feel the same about the book.

Feb 29, Lexy rated it liked it. I thought that this book was okay. That was great!!! At his death he left behind three daughters each born from a different marriage , two ex-wives, and a ranch worth millions.

Now the three virtual strangers must live on the ranch for a year in order to inherit anything from the old man.

Of course, there happened to be three unmarried men around, one for each of the sisters… Oh, and a psychopathic serial killer as well.

Oh, Nora, Nora, Nora. And I did love picturing all those rippling muscles on the big, strong men! But that serial killer subplot!

Totally unnecessary and drove me crazy. Still, I did enjoy this schlocky cowboy romance, even if some of the sex scenes prompted giggles.

Erika Leigh does a fine job narrating the audiobook. I loved this book! Definitely would recommend this to anyone who is looking to read a quintessential Nora Roberts book.

Love, romance, family, betrayal, suspense, murder, and laugh out loud dialogue. The book is less than pages, how in the world could NR manage to have three couple story lines, plus all the other details and scenes with other characters?

I was definitely wo I loved this book! I was definitely worrying over nothing. I was convinced it would be better as a trilogy I have been putting this book off a while because I'm an idiot.

It was fantastic and I enjoyed the Montana ranch setting. Loved Ben and Willa together. They were funny and charming together and I laughed several times.

Willa is so strong and stubborn and Ben is so patient and knows exactly how to handle her. Adam and Lily are about the sweetest couple ever.

Absolutely adorable and I really liked the underlying strength she doesn't know she has. Tess and Nate were also cute together.

They just clicked and made for some very hot and heavy scenes together. I was pulled in once the book started describing scenes with the newcomer, "JC", especially when we learn that Lily's ex is Jesse Cook.

I kept expecting someone to have a picture of him at some point, especially Nate. How could he keep forgetting to bring by the picture? And then everyone would realize who he was, but it would be too late as he was already taking Lily.

That's how I pictured it anyway. But then he came to her house way too soon in the book and I further believed that there must be another bad guy.

I wasn't disappointed. I kept debating Jim as the bad guy. View 1 comment. Mean old Montana rancher Jack Mercy dies and leaves the ranch to his three daughters, born of three different mothers, none of whom have ever met before.

The catch is that in order to inherit their third of the multi-million ranch, they all have to live on the ranch for one year with no more than one week away.

Californian screen writer Tess is mad, fleeing abused wife Lily is grateful but scared, and rancher Willa is furious.

And not only do they have to adjust to each other and their changed li Mean old Montana rancher Jack Mercy dies and leaves the ranch to his three daughters, born of three different mothers, none of whom have ever met before.

And not only do they have to adjust to each other and their changed lives, but sinister things start happening as well. This was not one of Nora Roberts' better efforts.

Very cliched and with the usual woman-hating male villain which is actually starting to get a bit boring. Makes you wonder about Nora Roberts' own background.

It did have a twist towards the end that I completely failed to spot, but twists such as this only work well as plot devices if they occur right at the very end of a book.

This twist happened about pages before the end of the book, and it took most of that pages to resolve the twist, by which time I was getting a bit bored.

As far as brain candy goes, this was pure candy floss - insubstantial, sickly and bad for your teeth Dec 28, Aubrey rated it it was ok Shelves: own , fiction , romance.

This is the first book I've read by Nora Roberts that disappointed me. I kept reading through to the end because I wanted to know who was doing the killing, but that was the only reason.

I found the three main female characters so one dimensional as to almost be caricatures of themselves. Much like many of her other books we had: the tough tomboy woman, the abused sweet woman, and the sexy femme fatale.

But they were all so far into their role that they didn't feel like real people at all. The m This is the first book I've read by Nora Roberts that disappointed me.

The men weren't that interesting either - all 'twists' on a cliche. I was surprised about the twist - the character I thought was doing all the murders turned out to be not who I expected.

I'm not sure there were enough clues to lead to the actual killer, and I'm really not sure I believe the motive - but it was suspenseful enough to keep me reading even though I didn't really like any of the characters.

Jack Mercy had been a bastard in life. Yet he never treated Willa Mercy like a daughter, but more of a nuisance, never showing her the ropes, slapping her both figuratively and literally.

The ranch that is her home, where she grew up, that she considers her own, could easily be taken from her. Failure to do that results in the land being forfeited.

Two neighboring ranchers, his lawyer and the owner of the second largest ranch in the county, Ben McKinnon, the bane of Willa existence. But as soon as the three women start living under the same roof and Willa just might tolerate Ben McKinnon enough not to punch him, something dark and twisted is stirring on the land, bringing with it heartbreak and death.

Just wow. I loved the characters. The three sisters, so different, yet somehow so similar. I loved how their relationship progressed and grew throughout the year they spent together on the ranch, how they got to know each other, admire each other, respect and love each other.

And I loved how each of them changed during that year, throughout the seasons. Some mellowed, some grew a backbone, but inexorably each of them ended up where she was supposed to end up.

I loved these three guys. Steady, resilient, protective, they were the metaphorical rocks sheltering the girls from the storm, offering support, offering friendship, and offering their love.

Adam helped Lily in overcoming her insecurities and her fears, Nate helped Tess smooth out some of the rough edges, and Ben and Willa, well, everything.

I know this was supposed to be the story of three sisters finding their way together, finding love in the heart of Montana, but for me, this was the story of Willa.

She was Mercy ranch, she was the one who brought it all together, she was the one who held it all together, and she was the one who ended the nightmare.

They circled each other, wary of traps, determined to keep it light, keep it friendly, but you know what they say about the best-laid plans.

And what a wonderful romance this was. Fun and light in the beginning, slowly morphing into a hot affair, and finally into a reluctant acceptance of their deeper feelings.

To me, theirs were the sexiest, hottest love scenes so far. Slow and sexy, or fast, hard and sweaty, there was just the right vibe, just the right feel They were just right, and they never put either of them out of character.

It was always Willa and Ben. Either dressed or burning up the sheets, they threw off the same amount of spark.

No mushiness, no sappiness, even in that last scene, their characters, their nature shone through. The suspense provided a nice balance to the romance.

Dark and light, good and evil, love and hate. Yin and yang. The suspense aspect was incredibly well-written, twist-y and turn-y, offering scarcely and clues as to the identity of the knife-happy villain.

The intensity was slowly rising from the first incidents, climbing to a fever pitch in the last confrontation, the feel of lurking danger was ever-present with the added benefit of a possible second villain, the motive was as elusive as the identity And although it all happened rather quickly in the end, I never got the feeling it was rushed or easy, since the pacing of it all was rather frenzied at that point.

Suspense of the highest order indeed. What I also loved about this story, what Ms Roberts is master of, were the vivid descriptions of the ranch, life on it, and its surroundings.

I could see the Montana as it was described, the fields, the pastures, the forests, and high country. I could see men running wire, herding cattle, training horses It was like I was there.

Picturesque, vivid, and peaceful. And then evil trickled in, and that peace was shattered, and the storm brew anew. Wonderful writing and characters, spot-on pacing, intense suspense Loved it.

Two-haiku review: Three half sisters must Live on ranch to inherit Three hot guys want them Typical Nora Romance plus evil bad guy Three-and-a-half stars.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. So I thoroughly enjoyed this one. In this one, the book starts out at a funeral.

He ha three daughters. Only one of them, the yougest Willa, actually grew up with him on his ranch because her mother died when she was a baby.

The first daughter, Tess, lives in LA California writing screenplays. The second, Lilly, is from Virginia, but has been moving around a lot hiding and running from her abusive ex husband.

She arrives at the funeral So I thoroughly enjoyed this one. She arrives at the funeral with fresh bruises from his latest attack.

She took three different planes to throw him off track to come to her father, whom she never knew, funeral. Willa grew up on the ranch working it and putting in her blood sweat and tears.

Her father leaves the ranch to all three daughters, with a very big stipulation. They have to live together on the ranch for a year.

If any one of them refuses to adhere to the stipulation they forfit their piece of the pie and ultimately everyone elses.

If they don't all follow through with the requirements then the land is to be donated to a wild life preserve organization.

During that year, Willa is to be in charge of the ranch with the supervision of Nate family lawyer and friend and neighbor Ben McKinnon.

Ben McKinnon runs the ranch next door with his father and brother. Tess agrees to staying the year because she wants her cut of the ranch the ranch is worth million Lilly jumps at staying because she finds it peaceful and wants to hide out there.

Tess ends up going after Nate to help pass the time. Meanwhile, Willa's older half brother, Adam, is spending his time working with Lilly to open up, trust and she learns the horses with him.

They end up falling in love. Willa and Ben hook up. During all this, animals have been ending up dead. One cat, couple cows, and 8 calfs the night after they were born.

All of wich were cut up and gutted. Two people were killed as well in the midst of all this. One of the men who work and live on the ranch, and some 16 year old run away that no one knew.

Through all this you also as the reader know that Jesse Cook, Lilly's ex husband, has been working for Ben all this time and nobody knows who he is.

This leads you to believe that he is the murderer. He ends up prematurely he was waiting out the year so Lilly would get the inheritance first kidnapped Lilly because her and Adam decided to get married and the wedding day was fast approaching.

He ends up taking her up into the mountains and hides out in a cave. It was snowing when he took her and practically a blizzard by the time they got to the cave so she was freezing.

He wouldn't start a fire cause he didn't want to draw attention. She ended up passing out and he drank himself stupid.

By the time Adam, Ben and Willa find the cave and her, they find a fire was build and Jesse is dead cut up and gutted and scalped like the other murders and Lilly is delerious with a high fevor.

After a week in bed, Lilly is fine. Wedding plans continue. The day of the wedding, Lilly finds a note slipped under the door in the kitchen telling her that she is not to worry and that he doesn't plan to do anything on her wedding day and that she doesn't have to worry about her sisters or Adam.

More time goes on and one hot day Willa noticed one of her men, Ham, who she knew all her life and considers her real father cause he was always there for her in a way her real father never was burning up and not looking too good.

She decided to make him turn in for the day and he essentially threw a fit and stalked off saying he wanted his final check.

That evening, he came by the main house and they talked it out. She told him how she really felt about him and basically that she was afraid to loose him.

They have a moment and they make up. As he was leaving he thought he heard something so thought he would check it out.

Turned out it was the murderer in the middle of slicing up a cow. The murderer turned out to be one of the men who worked on the ranch, named Jim.

He stabbed Ham because Ham found him with the cow. Then after he stabbed Ham Willa happened to come upon them looking for Ham to tell him one more thing.

She first just saw Ham on the ground and ran to him then she saw Jim with the knife and he punched her out. She comes to, tied up and thrown over a horse.

He takes her all over the place trying to back track and throw off the scent. Finally he gets to where he wants to go and sits down with her to try to talk her into understanding everything.

He tells her that he is her brother and that Jack Mercy had knocked up his mother and told her he would take care of her but then refused to.

Her being a single mother with no help from the father forced her to become a whore. When she died of a drug overdose, Jim was 16 and came straight to Mercy Ranch to confront his father.

Jack ended up laughing at him then telling him he would give him a job, and if he lasted a month then he would have some job security.

When he turned 21 Jack gave him a really nice knife. It is the knife he had used to kill all of the animals and people.

He then tells Willa that he likes to kill and that he gets that from Jack. Then he reminds her of when Willa was little she had a cow that she helped birth and got to sorta keep as a pet.

She won ribbons for her cow and had named it Blossom. When she was 12, he forced her to watch him kill her pet cow to teach her that this was a ranch and cows are not pets but beef.

Jim thought that Willa would accept him as her brother and forget all the horrible things he did. When she tried to lie he could tell and he sorta went crazy on her.

Then Ben showed up, and Jim had a knife to her neck. Ben being an excellent shot, shot him right between the eyes. Happy ending!

Feb 04, Eve rated it liked it Shelves: nora. Didn't enjoy this book as much as some other books by Nora Roberts.

No memorable scenes that would invite me to re-visit this story again. But then I rarely enjoy those ranch settings. It was nice to see three sisters getting to know each other.

What I really disliked was being in the killer's head. Reading those sick and gruesome things was disgusting and kinda ruined the whole reading experience.

I mostly enjoyed this, the plot was detailed with interesting characters. It was a very good "who done it", I wasn't sure who the killer was until the very end.

This is an older novel, first published in , and unfortunately it felt a bit dated. It wasn't awful, but it didn't hold up as well as I'd hoped.

With that said, it was still entertaining. I doubt I'd read or listen to it again, but I'd recommend for Nora Roberts fans.

The love I have for her books is right up there with family. Jun 21, Britt B rated it it was amazing Shelves: recommended-to-read. I started this one without reading the synopsis so I had no idea what to expect but this book really surprised me.

It literally has a little bit of everything - mystery, sex, thrills, murder, romance, suspense, cows - all that you could hope for.

A lot of them grew on me and I really enjoyed reading this. Will be checking out more from this author in the future. Will I started this one without reading the synopsis so I had no idea what to expect but this book really surprised me.

Will also be moving to Montana to live on a ranch. Apr 24, Amanda rated it really liked it Shelves: pistol-toting-heroines , opposites-attract , competence-porn , best-couples , banter-gives-me-life , reviewed-books , the-feels-were-real , poc-characters , prickly-princesses-and-ice-queens , contemporary-romance.

But I'll stick to the major ones. The relationships between the three very different sisters that developed over time and through triumphs, tears and terrors were the most rewarding aspects of this book.

Of course I enjoyed the individual romances how could I not? From Tess and Willa's adversarial head butting that slowly turned to begrudged respect or how Lily's quiet, gentle nature helped bridge the gap and then ultimately cemented the bond between the three women.

I also loved how each sister gained a little something from having entered one another's lives, such as Tess's confidence, Willa's capability and Lily's perseverance.

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