From Amazon--When Ivy Cooke discovers the extent of the debt on her father's Texas ranch, she vows to do whatever it takes to save her late brother's legacy for his son. But when new neighbor Dell Watson and his family claim they own the Cooke's spring, the fight gets ever harder, especially in the midst of a deep drought.
To prove his worth to his father, Dell puts a plan into motion to woo Ivy and her spring. What he doesn't count on his falling in love with her.
Will the spring bring them together or tear them apart forever?
My Comments--To what lengths will two families go to secure access to crystal clear spring water so that their herds and families survive during a bruising drought? Bitter feuds have arisen to severe families and friendships over far less. Ivy and Dell find themselves on opposite sides of the fenced spring, but incredibly attracted to each other. Will they ever be able to reconcile their differences? Will loyalty to family present an insurmountable obstacle and crush their love? This reviewer won't tell. You'll have to buy or borrow the book to find out.
**** Four Stars out of five.