Fifteen years ago, Rose Warren left her husband in Nahart, Montana in the middle of the night with her three year old daughter to return to New York City. In the fifteen years, Rose has refused to see her husband, but he has sent her sons to New York City to see her. This has left Tiffany with a deep resentment toward her father. Before she left, she arranged a marriage for her daughter with her husband's bitter enemy. Now, Tiffany has to go to Nashart and marry a stranger and end a feud.
When the Callahan brothers mistake Tiffany for the housekeeper that her father had hired and was on her train, she decides not to correct them and assumes the role. This allows Tiffany to get to know her future husband, Zachary Callahan.
Johanna Lindsey is one of my all time favorite authors. I NEVER NEVER NEVER read ANY historical romance novels set in America. Except for Johanna Lindsey's. I have re-read some of her books multiple times. I was thrilled to see her 50th novel. It did not disappoint from the beginning to the end. I loved the characters of Rose and Zachary. The development of the secondary characters helps with the development of this novel.
I give this five out of five stars!