Book Reviews of Call Of The White Wolf (Harlequin Historical, No. 592)

Call Of The White Wolf (Harlequin Historical, No. 592)
Call Of The White Wolf - Harlequin Historical, No. 592
Author: Carol Finch
ISBN-13: 9780373291922
ISBN-10: 0373291922
Publication Date: 1/1/2002
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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This story opens with US Marshal John Wolf being shot by his Apache half-brother. Tara Flannigan and her family find the lawman (who is near death); they drag him to their home and tend him until he recovers. Wolf is an isolated and insulated half-white, half-Apache man who is readily accepted by Tara's family of orphans.

Tara has carried the full weight of parenthood for some time. John Wolf helps relieve some of Tara's worries; before long, he is an important part of the family structure. However, everyone is aware that Wolf will leave soon. Wolf is shocked when he realizes that he is delaying leaving Tara's family because of his love for Tara and the kids.

John must leave because he promised his adopted Indian father that he would bring his Indian half-brother (who shot him and left him for dead) back to the reservation. His other promise to his Indian father is that he will help the Apaches survive on the reservations, in spite of the growing menace from the white settlers.

This is a charming story that is quick to read. There just isn't enough substance to the story to give it a higher rating, in my opinion.
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A gunshot wound sent John Wolf straight to paradise. Paradise Valley, that is, where an Irish hellcat with the face of an angel had rescued five orphans...and offered him a life that was more than just duty and danger. But would the truth of his past make their future together impossible? More legend than lawman, more man than most, John Wolf was a U.S. Marshal who named himself Apache in his soul. And Tara Flannigan knew from the moment she rescued him that he'd bring trouble --and temptation --to her little patch of heaven on earth!
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A gunshot wound sent John Wolf straight to paradise. Paraddise Valley, that is, where an Irish hellcat with the face of an angel had rescued five orphans...and offered him a life that was more than just duty and danger. But would the truth of his past make their future together impossible.