Chasing Dust Clouds

Sent to the country to visit rural clients accountant Blaise Johns doesn’t know what to do when he meets a mob of sheep on the road. He accidently runs over one of Dusty Miller’s ewes and his cool crisp competitive demeanour is dented as he tries to figure out how to make amends with a woman who is intent on busting his balls. Then there’s the competition, Aaron, who isn’t going to be pushed aside. As the out-of-towner will Blaise step up to country life for Dusty?

Dusty is furious at Blaise, but the man won’t go away and leave her to run her farm. A sassy self-sufficient young woman, Dusty struggles to let Blaise who is clueless about the life she lives, in to her heart.

When two worlds, country and city come together, an explosion of differences rocks the foundation of two peoples lives, forcing them to face the future in unplanned ways, and to give each other another chance.


My Review

I was taken back a little by the use of the "f" word. It was not just used once or twice but many times throughout the book. So, if you are offended by the "f" word you might not want to read this book. Otherwise, this was a sweet read.

Yet, I could not stand Dusty in the beginning. I would say for more than half of the story, she was a royal bitch. I understand her being very upset with Blaise for running over one of her ewes but it was an accident. In fact, Blaise felt so bad that he tried his hardest to make it up to Dusty. However, all she could do was pick on Blaise and be rude to him. So when they finally hooked up, I had my reservations about Dusty. Slowly, she did open up and became friendlier to the point that I did not hate her by the end of the story. It was easy to see how Blaise was won over by the county life. It has its charm. I would try another book by this author.

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