Where the Wind Blows

Where the Wind Blows Chase Logan lives by no man s leave a solitary drifter who closed off his heart long ago until the day he impulsively does a kindness for a beautiful young widow and everything changes For two years

  • Title: Where the Wind Blows
  • Author: Caroline Fyffe
  • ISBN: 9781612187129
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chase Logan lives by no man s leave, a solitary drifter who closed off his heart long ago until the day he impulsively does a kindness for a beautiful young widow, and everything changes.For two years, Jessie Strong has dreamt of the day she could bring little Sarah home from the orphanage and call the child her own But when her husband dies, Jessie fears the family sheChase Logan lives by no man s leave, a solitary drifter who closed off his heart long ago until the day he impulsively does a kindness for a beautiful young widow, and everything changes.For two years, Jessie Strong has dreamt of the day she could bring little Sarah home from the orphanage and call the child her own But when her husband dies, Jessie fears the family she s longed for is slipping away until Chase Logan unexpectedly comes to her rescue By pretending to be her husband, Chase can make all of her dreams come true.Three days are all she asks of him Three days to ignite a love neither of them ever imagined possible.Number of Pages 283

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    1. Caroline Fyffe

      USA Today Bestselling Author Caroline Fyffe was born in Waco, Texas, the first of many towns she would call home during her father s career with the US Air Force A horse aficionado from an early age, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in communications from California State University Chico before launching what would become a twenty year career as an equine photographer She began writing fiction to pass the time during long days in the show arena, channeling her love of horses and the Old West into a series of Western historicals Her debut novel, Where the Wind Blows, won the Romance Writers of America s prestigious Golden Heart Award as well as the Wisconsin RWA s Write Touch Readers Award She and her husband have two grown sons and live in the Pacific Northwest.Visit Caroline at carolinefyffeSee her photographs at carolinefyffephotofacebook caroline.fyffeTwitter carolinefyffe Write to her at caroline carolinefyffe She loves hearing from readers

    542 thoughts on “Where the Wind Blows”

    1. DNF 40%Thought this had a virgin hero. It did not. It is also a clean read. Found out a little late. Was deceived by a "list" that had this under virgin heros.Other things I did not like was the heros past with women constantly being thrown out and the fact he was hung up on a woman he loved who had died.Not for meWrong.The story itself is meh the 2 stars. Bored.

    2. Did not finish, but got halfway through. I bought this because I've been on a Western romance kick -- stories involving kids. This book fit the bill, set near Cheyenne, Wyoming about 1877, with two orphans playing major secondary roles. After buying the Kindle e-book, I got the audio from Audible for just an extra $1.99. Thank goodness, because the best thing about this whole deal is the narrator. Phil Gigante is top drawer. The story gets 2 stars, but his performance gets 4 (not crazy about how [...]

    3. A completely mediocre romance set in Wyoming Territory, 1887 or thereabouts. Handsome Chase rides into town to tell cute little Jessie that her husband has died. Jessie lives way outside the edge of town. Plot device plot device plot device, then the two find themselves very attracted to each other, and forced to marry to save Jessie's reputation. This is entertaining enough, but I find there is no sense of time and place - I want more mention of how hard life was back then, what Jessie & Ch [...]

    4. I picked this up because it was labeled clean. It was a sweet story and while not squeaky clean it was not offensive to me. Mild religious elements but not preachy. A little sappy in places but enjoyable and I would read another by this author.Content: mild language, non descriptive fade to black sex scene between a married coupleSource: Kindle Unlimited

    5. Two wounded people. A setting that could have been real. A simple love story.Chase Logan is not the perfect looking hero. A drifter and somewhat weather beaten he is on a mission. He knows right from wrong and is left with the job of telling his partner's wife that her husband has died. He wants to finish his business and move on but then he hasn't met Jessie and Sarah yet. People who will chip away at his heart.Jessie has one goal in mind: to keep Sarah and love her. Chase comes along and weave [...]

    6. 4 1/2 stars - good old fashioned Western performed by Phil Gigante. A definite one I'll listen to again.

    7. loved this charming book. Moves easily and effortlessly throughout the entire story, holding my interest.

    8. 2.5 starsThis wasn't really my kind of story, but I do recommend it to anyone needing a break from all the sex and dramatics in a lot of the romance these days. It's clean and sweet, but it's pretty predictable. It's kinda like a book version of a Hallmark show.

    9. Caroline Fyffe's debut novel is well-worth the read. I thoroughly enjoyed it and will be checking into her other novels.Since it falls into my favorite genre of historic romance, I couldn’t quite help myself when I saw it was available for a free Kindle download. You never know what to expect with some of the freebies you get, but I was hooked from the beginning.The novel tells the story of Chase Logan, a good man who just can’t quite let himself set down any roots, and Jessie Strong, a youn [...]

    10. When loner cowboy Chase Logan rides out to find Jessie Strong and tell her that she's now a widow, the last thing he expects to do his stay and pretend that he's her husband so that she can adopt two children from the orphanage in which she grew up.Chase finds himself inexplicably drawn to Jessie and her new daughter Sarah, as well his ranch duties. Can it be that he is ready to settle down?I read this for romance writers awards and really enjoyed it. Chase and Jessie are likeable characters and [...]

    11. Three and a half stars. . . Very, very sweet story. While the writing was generally good, there was a problem with the over-use of similes and too-corny western speak. When Ms Fyffe let the 'little darlin' speak go, it was a lovely little love story about two decent people trying to live a good life.

    12. I loved this sweet book just a fun read even though there was serious content it was just plain fun and enjoyable. If real life didn't interfere it would have been finished earlier I will be reading more of her books in the future, first book I read by this new to me author.

    13. Every now and then a book comes along that is just so tender, so lovely you can’t help the emotions that roll through you. Every now and then an author comes along, who can write such a story successfully. This is one of those books. A story of tender love growing between two strangers thrown together by circumstance and who try to make the best of things. Caroline Fyffe is an author to keep your eye on. This is her debut book, so her future definitely looks very bright.Chase Logan is a loner, [...]

    14. I wasn't expecting much from this story and ended up liking it a lot more then I thought I would. For a romance novel it had good characters and depth. I ended up liking these two and really hoping for a happy outcome for both of them. This was a Christian romance only because they believed in God and prayed. There was no preaching it was more of an underlining current that ran threw the book. This book was fairly clean, there was one sex scene that was there but not too detailed, but you know w [...]

    15. I really liked this book, much more than I expected. Nice surprise, there, in fact. Chase Logan is a down-to-earth, sexy cowboy who comes to town to tell a young woman that she's been recently widowed. Events conspire to keep the two together in a charming, touching way. I think that's probably the best way to describe this book - charming and delightful. I will definitely pick up another from Caroline Fyffe.

    16. This is the first book I have read by Caroline Fyffe and it will definitely not be my last! I loved Jessie and Chase's story! I was drawn in by the raw beauty of the historical west she described as well as the individual characters! This is a sweet, tender romance that will touch your heart as well as your soul! I loved every second of it and can't wait to read more by this talented author!

    17. I ready this book way back when and I can still easily conjure up the characters in my mind. I adored Chase and Jessie. Caroline Fyffe writes the kind of books that make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

    18. I just accidentally found this book and I am so glad I did! It was so captivating that I could not put it down! It was a clean western romance- my favortite. I just loved all the characters! I will remember this author!

    19. I can't believe this is her debut novel!I can't believe this is her debut novel!What a great story,with so many mini stories unfolding and entwined throughout. This would make a great movie or tv series. I highly recommend Where the Wind Blows.

    20. It was a cute storyline although a little hard to believe. One short love scene that started to make me skim but since the couple was married, I was just ok with it. Still a fun read for those who like a mystery, action, wild west romance.

    21. I enjoyed this read, it kept me entertained and it was a nice distraction. Lately I have been in the mood for a light clean romance and this hit the spot along with the second book in the series.

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