The Mortal Instrements

Friday, October 19, 2012

Nora Roberts' Montana Sky [2007]


Plot: 
Half-sisters Willa, Tess, and Lily Mercy are left their wealthy father's multimillion-dollar estate, including his Montana ranch, after his death. The only stipulation is that the girls will have to live with each other for a year.

Having never previously met, the three sisters, who have very different personalities, agree to the strange situation, despite having reservations about their forced family reunion. The biggest problem that the girls face however, is the discovery of a saboteur in their midst.

It seems that when their father died, he left some bitter enemies behind, enemies who would love to see his daughters fail. Now, in order to get what is rightfully theirs, the three siblings will have to work harder than ever before to clean up the mess their father left behind.

During their trial, the three girls find love, and realize that maybe their situation wasn't such a bad thing after all.



Description:

When Jack Mercy died, he left behind a lot of enemies... and a ranch worth nearly twenty million dollars. 

Now his three daughters - each born of a different marriage, and each unknown to the others - are gathered to hear the reading of the will. 

Willa, the only one who knew her father, boldly expects that everything will be hers.  

Tess, who has reluctantly flown in from Hollywood, just hopes to fly back with as much cash as possible - as soon as possible. 

And Lily Mercy would be grateful for anything; she has learned to expect disappointment, even cruelty, from men. 

But the women are shocked to learn that before any of them can inherit, they must live together on the ranch for one year. 

They are sisters... and strangers. Now they face a challenge: to put their bitterness aside and live like family. To protect each other from danger - and unite against an enemy who threatens to destroy all. 

And finally, to weave together three very different worlds in this beautiful and isolated place called Montana...

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