Cancer-killed stock trader Jack Mercy's funeral is where his three daughters Willa, who lived on his Montana cattle ranch, shy Lily and Hollywoodian Tess, from different mothers, meet. The notary and neighbor Ben McKintock, who fancies Willa, are to supervise the surprising last will: the girls only inherit 1/3 each of the $24,000,000 estate after cohabiting there for a year. Tess and Munroe County's gentleman sheriff Torrence, a hunky vet, fall in love. So do Tess and Adam Wolfchild, a half-blood ranch-hand, but her abusive husband, ex-con Jesse Carne, stops at nothing to get her back. But is he the one who viciously kills ranch animals and ranch-hand Pickles? Written by
When Willa is stripping to get into hot tub with her 2 sisters, she opens her shirt to show a blue gingham print bra. When it is thrown onto the floor it has changed into a pink gingham bra. See more »
Usually Charlie only likes cows but he likes you
I guess I didn't say that right.
Until he turns against me... how big's the ranch?
25,000 acres across those fields and over White Stone Peak stay here for a year you'll never see all of it.
Is it big enough to get lost in?
Is that what you're looking to do... I saw the bruises.
I have an ex-husband it was his going away present.
See more »
Montana Sky book excellent!!, the movie version needed more details about characters in it to match book.
I have read Montana Sky over and over. Unfortunately I wish I could give the TV movie a 10 out of 10. I feel that the characters for Ben and Adam could have been chosen better to suit the description of the book. Ben is made to be a true tough rugged and handsome built rancher. A quote from the book says "...and looks fabulous in Levi's...it's a fine butt, and I have excellent eyesight." Tess made those statements. In the movie Ben leans in Willa refrigerator and his butt isn't fabulous in those jeans at all. I really like John Corbett in his earlier films but this was one I wished that he wasn't in. Now Adam was described as having "...hair that streamed to his shoulders...a face a beautiful as a painting." I understand you can't always match exactly the character but at least close would have been nice. When characters (in reality the author)make descriptions about other characters you get a certain picture and expectation of them. I definitely recommend the book to everyone!!! Nora Roberts truly is an amazing writer and i love every book I have read of hers.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?