"Great contemporary romance"
In Louisiana, Rand Adams owns and operates The Circle A
Ranch where he hopes to one-day breed and train world class
quarter horses. He is all business, logically approaching
life and his ranch in a methodical manner.
Moving next door to Rand is anachronistic hippie Celeste
Landry. She opens up the Wild Things Fun Farm, a
children's petting zoo. Her spread is loaded with circus
retirees or rejects and other weird creatures. She feels
fate controls life and her farm seems vry haphazardly
No neighbors could be more different in outlook than
Celeste and Rand. No two people on the planet could see
life as differently as these two see things. In spite of
her belief that he is a stubborn stuck in the mud and his
conviction that she is a flower child born three decades
too late, they fall in love. However, they will need four-
legged assistance to help them find a mutually joining
Readers will be wild about Robin Wells after reading this
amusing opposites attract contemporary romance. The lead
couple provides plenty of fun as they fuss and fight while
falling in love in front of an assortment of jovial animals.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 20, 2003