Book Reviews of Dylan

Dylan
Dylan
Author: Norah Hess
ISBN-13: 9780843950588
ISBN-10: 0843950587
Publication Date: 3/6/2005
Pages: 341
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 53 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Didn't like this one. Female character alcked back bone. And Male Character just didnt do it. Not a good read.
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I enjoyed this book very much.
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Dylan Quade was given Rachel Sutter as a wife, when her relatives refused to take her in.
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i really enjoyed this book it will be one of my favorates
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Dylan Quade was a man's man, whether he was running cattle on his Bar X ranch, breaking a bronc or carousing in the rowdy saloons of Jackson Hole. He had no use for any woman, leat of all the bedraggled charity case his shiftless kin were trying to palm off on him. Rachael Sutter had been wedded and widowed on the same day and now his dirt-poor cousins refused to take her in, claiming she'd make Dylan a fine wife. Not if he had anything to say about It!!
But one good look at Rachael's long, long legs and white-blond hair had the avowed bachelor singing a different tune. The beautiful mountain girl had too much pride to stay shere she wasn't wanted and soon Dylan was reduced to haunting the trading post where she'd found refuge, hoping for a glimpse of her moonlit lovliness. All he wanted was to prove he was differentfrom the low=down snakes she'd known before, to convince her that he was a changed man, one who would give anything to have the right to take her in his arms and love herforthe rest of his life.
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The long-awaited Western page-turner from New York Times bestseller Norah Hess!

Dylan Quade was a man's man, whether he was running cattle on his Bar X ranch, breaking a bronc or carousing in the rowdy saloons of Jackson Hole. He had no use for any woman, least of all the bedraggled charity case his shiftless kin were trying to palm off on him. Rachel Sutter had been wedded and widowed on the same day and now his dirt-poor cousins refused to take her in, claiming she'd make Dylan a fine wife. Not if he had anything to say about it!

But one good look at Rachel's long, long legs and white-blond hair had the avowed bachelor singing a different tune. The beautiful mountain girl had too much pride to stay where she wasn't wanted and soon Dylan was reduced to haunting the trading post where she'd found refuge, hoping for a glimpse of her moonlit loveliness. All he wanted was to prove he was different from the low-down snakes she'd known before, to convince her that he was a changed man, one who would give anythign to have the right to take her in his arms and love her for the rest of his life.

One of those books that you don't want to put down. Enjoy reading
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Good Read even if not what I expected. Gives a good look at way of life that is probably best forgotten.
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Rachel is married, beaten and widowed all in the same day. She ends up at a trading post which is owned by her father unbeknownst to her. He treats her kindly and she meets Dylan who falls in love with her and tries to show her he is different from the type of mountain men she has known. Good read.
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A good story line but very poorly written. I was quite disappointed because I've read her work before & can't remember her writing like this.