Jana spends her days taking care of her
younger sister and bearing the brunt of her fatherís anger.
Reconciled to her fate, she does what is expected of her
although secretly yearning for more. Jana longs to feel
strong arms hold her in the dead of the night and a man to
love her. She scoffs at herself for these whims because she
knows that there is no way a man would ever look at a scarred
and flawed woman like her twice. It is during a stop in
between rodeos that Jana meets Dan, a younger cowboy with
light in his eyes and charm oozing out of his very being.
Dan sees the bright pink truck and horse
trailer arrive at the Rocky Basin Ranch and notices it for
what it is. When a beautiful woman gets out and asks to see
about the horse, Dan canít help but be intrigued by the
striking woman who is unable to speak.
Whoever said two souls know each other
without speaking must have first read The
Beauty Within. I found myself alternately crying from
its poignant storyline and yelling at Janaís sister and
father. Dan wormed his way into my heart at the first sign he
gave Jana that he could understand her. His acceptance of her
and his totally unconditional love was something that all
people yearn for. Jana was one lucky woman.
romantic, poignant, and very sensual tale of acceptance and
love, The Beauty Within is not to
be missed. I thoroughly adored it and hated for it to end.