Montana Dreams by Jillian Hart (Love Inspired)
Yes, I will confess that I read twaddle. And I did read for review a Harlequin Love Inspired novel. Love Inspired, if you've never read one, are loosely Christian fiction novels that are romantic without being suggestive- or worse. "Loosely" is the operative word here because the only thing really "Christian" seems to be that the characters refer to going to church and/or, perhaps, praying.
In Montana Dreams, Millie is back at home in Montana to take care of her dying father. She left as soon as a teenager when she was pregnant with Hunter's baby because she knew Hunter didn't want commitment of any kind. Now, she's back with her son in tow, and she has to face her abusive father, the decline of his ranch, and Hunter, who never knew that he became a father.
This novel was twaddle, I'll admit. It was a light, easy read. Millie and Hunter were entertaining characters but not very believable. As far as twaddle novels go, it was mildly entertaining but seemed choppy in places. The dialogue and action just didn't seem to flow. I can settle in for an easy read like this once in a while, but I prefer a little more smooth and believable read.
I give this one a 2.5 star rating and a PG for content.
I received a free copy of this book from the publisher for review purposes. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.