Less than average historical romance. There was insta-love between the couple that met via mail order business. I hate it when MCs (in this book it was the hero) who were widows or widowers come to the conclusion that they really didn't love their previous spouse and this new relationship was "real love." It seems like such a cop out; I understand that when a spouse dies, the living spouse will eventually move on and find love again without needing to spoil the first relationship. It is such lazy writing and happens too much in historical romance. And of course the heroine gets pregnant within one month of moving to the ranch. Then there was the villain. He was so one dimensional that you could see the cardboard under his clothes. One less book I will be taking into 2016 with me.