A departure for thriller/espionage writer MacInnes; this is an out-and-out romance, though one for the "thinking" crowd. I liked it. It is head & shoulders above MacInnes' one other "romance", Friends and Lovers.
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But can two such different people every really overcome their differences and give in to love?They were worlds apart. Sarah Bly, a sophisticated career woman on a chauffeur-driven tour of America with the wealthy Mrs Margaret Peel. Jim Brent, a tough, old-fashioned cowboy, ill at ease away from his rugged mountain ranch. Yet a wrong turn on a remote road in Wyoming unexpectedly brings them together. The discovery of the ranch house Rest and be Thankful opens Sarah’s eyes to the beauty of the West and makes the brash cynicism of the city seem irrelevant. After years of travelling the world, this idyllic place could be what she’s been searching for.
But can two such different people every really overcome their differences and give in to love?
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Rest and Be Thankful
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
7.78 x 5.12 x 1.28 Inches
A departure for thrill...
[Rest and be Thankful]...
[Rest and be Thankful] is not about spies like most of her novels. I found it a bit up-and-down. Some of the episodes were interesting but overall it could've used more plot. Basically a group of aspiring writers spend a month in Wyoming. I like the two women that were the main characters but the minor characters could've used some more development. I wanted to know what the writers were writing. It was too simplistic in thinking everyone in Wyoming was happy and wonderful and everyone from New York was unhappy and bad.
Im glad I found this ...
I'm glad I found this old book! Interesting characters, descriptions of the writing process, beautiful scenery. It was a lovely holiday.
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