Grandma read Fire and Ice by Mary Connealy and is guest posting today to share her thoughts on this book.
Fire and IceFire and Ice by Mary Connealy is book three of the Wild at Heart series. The series continues with Bailey, who is the oldest of the Wilde sisters, alone on her homestead as her married sisters have moved away.
Mary is hardworking and is trying very hard to maintain her homestead as she prepares for the winter. Bailey's neighbor, Gage, wants access to pasture land through her property, and she resists.
Both Bailey and Gage are stubborn and headstrong, but both are believers and are honest. I like how Bailey frequently asks the Lord's help through her struggles. There are some unanswered questions as accidents begin to happen and Gage begins to dynamite to open a passageway. A third party tries to thwart these efforts. A compromise must be reached, and as Bailey and Gage face the future and try to create a successful grazing land, they find that they have great respect and love for each other.
The characters both realize how God plays a part in their lives.
I enjoyed this book very much. It is full of suspense, and the story is beautifully told. My overall rating of this book would be a 5, and I highly recommend it.
The publisher provided a review copy of Fire and Ice.