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Rainsinger

Rainsinger YOUR PLACE OR MINE Winona Snow came to the wilderness of New Mexico expecting to claim her inheritance and establish a new life for her and her troubled young sister Love was the last thing she wanted

  • Title: Rainsinger
  • Author: Ruth Wind
  • ISBN: 9780373240319
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Paperback
  • YOUR PLACE OR MINE Winona Snow came to the wilderness of New Mexico expecting to claim her inheritance and establish a new life for her and her troubled young sister Love was the last thing she wanted But the seductive man who had taken up residence in her abandoned house had other ideas.Daniel Lynch paid little heed to Winona s expectations He was determined to woYOUR PLACE OR MINE Winona Snow came to the wilderness of New Mexico expecting to claim her inheritance and establish a new life for her and her troubled young sister Love was the last thing she wanted But the seductive man who had taken up residence in her abandoned house had other ideas.Daniel Lynch paid little heed to Winona s expectations He was determined to work the land in the way of his proud Navajo ancestors, and just because they lived under the same roof didn t mean she was going to get in his way Until their hearts got involved.

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    1. Daniel said to Winona:"It isn't a matter of love. It's a matter of belonging."3.5 stars.Daniel and Winona have to face a crucial decision. Both of them are claiming about 440 acres of precious ranch land.The land belonged to Winona’s uncle who left it to her. Winona was out of the country and wasn’t aware that he’d died. Daniel paid the back taxes, but Winona paid the current ones before she knew he was on the ranch. Now they’re co-owners at the moment. However, they think that there can [...]

    2. Rating 3.25I enjoyed this story, even though I have not read the prequel in which Jessie and her daughter find happiness.Jessie was someone Daniel loved but they were never more than friends and since she found Luke again he retreated to a place his Indian ancestors owned even if legally that land is not his. Suddenly the legal owner arrives, the heroine & her teenage sister, who is grief ridden since she lost her parents.Since none of them want to give up the place they decide a truce is in [...]

    3. This book wasn't bad, per se, but it was really boring. This is one of my favorite authors, and the writing was definitely up to par, but the story was just like wading through mud to get through. I think this author writes historical much better than contemporary. The most entertaining part of this book was reading all of the outdated computer information. The hero is a software engineer, and many parts of the book reference that technology, and the 'computer revolution' that was currently taki [...]

    4. Rainsinger by Ruth Wind/Barbara SamuelMen of the Land Book TwoDaniel Lynch may have lost at love, but he had his orchard, the Lost Orchard. This land was once Indian land and would be again. Until the heir to the land came to claim it in the eleventh hour. He needed to prove his claim was stronger than this newcomers. Who just happened to be a very beautiful woman.Winona Snow spent so much time on this land with her uncle. The peach trees had been the catapult to send her into her life’s work [...]

    5. Daniel Lynch located a Navajo peach orchard planted by his great great grandmother on an abandoned farm in New Mexico. He paid 2 years of back taxes and was about to pay the third and current year’s taxes to claim ownership, when the inherited owner shows up and pays them, retaining her rights. Winona Snow and her 13 year old sister show up at the house that Daniel has fixed up with no place else to go and not about to give up her inheritance. They both have an abiding love for the land. They [...]

    6. GreatA very fast paced and interesting read.Full of mystery and suspense.Teaching a little bit of the Indian ways without preaching .

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