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Forever, Victoria

3.87 of 5 stars 3.87  ·  rating details  ·  216 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Victoria McKenna is a Western woman -- tough on the outside, but soft on the inside. When her late father's cattle ranch on Wyoming's notorious Outlaw Trail is underhandedly sold to a stranger named Mason Mahaffey, Victoria prepares for a confrontation. But when she faces a handsome cowboy with five orphaned brothers and sisters, it's clear she's met her match.
Paperback, 304 pages
Published December 1st 1993 by Grand Central Publishing (first published December 1st 1983)
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I've been having good luck trying new (to me) authors lately, and this was another one. The book wasn't anything spectacular, it was a sweet, escapist romance, with the characters defined more by situation than any real depth, but something in it just kind of picked me up and carried me away. I actually don't think I wanted the characters filled out, because this way, I could fill in the details with my own experience. (That's very strange for me to say, since I usually love a good character mor ...more
I love this author's historical western romances and this book is no exception. I would best describe it as a gentle, sweet romance. As with other books by the author there are two romances present in the story. In Forever Victoria there is the main character Victoria who is in very real danger of losing her beloved ranch to Mason Mahaffey and his family. There is also the sweeter, gentler secondary romance between the delicate and fragile Nellie and gunfighter Sage Harrington.

There is a wonderf
This is a western story, not usually my favorite genre, but it is a romance. Victoria is in danger of losing her ranch to a man and his family of brothers and sisters. In this story Victoria's step-brother is the villian (he has no socially redeeming value!!) Victoria and Mason persevere to overcome many difficulties to get to their happy ending. I like the story, but Mason is pretty overbearing at times, apparently that's how men are supposed to act in the wild west! I'm not sure I would have b ...more
What an amazing story about love and destiny. Finally, everyone can find their own "real home" :)) It's so wonderful. Love is so wonderful :x ~
This is a good romance that was sweet rather than hot. I enjoyed it but wasn't swept away.
Diane Macaluso
A "chick flick" read! Oh, well - they are fun once in awhile!
Jul 20, 2009 Christel rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: western historical romance reader
Recommended to Christel by: fan of Author
Another Dorothy Garlock that goes on the keeper shelf.
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Dorothy Garlock is from Texas, but lived for a long time with her family in Iowa. Her romance novels have been translated into over 20 languages.

The mother of two and grandmother of three started her book-writing career in 1976 after working for 14 years as bookkeeper/columnist for the local newspaper. She had received 21 awards from various magazines and writer's groups. She was selected as Outst
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