Book Reviews of A Handful of Heaven

A Handful of Heaven
A Handful of Heaven
Author: Kristin Hannah
ISBN-13: 9780449149720
ISBN-10: 0449149722
Publication Date: 8/1/1995
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Ivy Books
Book Type: Paperback
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this is a story about real people. they are not execptionaly pretty, handsome and perfect. just real people. it shows how determined some people were to live while yukon territory. battling both the extraordinary cold and the wild animals (including men).
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Yukon Territory was a gold miner's heaven, and Devon O'Shea had come to claim her share. Yet instead of a thriving store, she found herself part owner of a filthy tent with a rancorous partner: Stone Man MacKenna. WIth sheer determination, Devon vowed to make this post the best in the territory. Stone Man didn't scare her - not his bear voice, giant size, or eagle eyes. But his kiss - a gruff attempt to convince her that this terrain was no place for a lady - left her feeling, for the first time in her life, feminine and alive.
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Wonderful story with a unique Yukon Territory setting. Highly recommend.
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Wonderful story with more character development than I would have expected.
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Devon O'Shea answers an ad to go to Alaska and work and be a partner is a trading post. Stone Man MacKenna expects a man and gets a woman for a partner. Devon expects a regular store and gets a dirty tent of unpleasant partner in Stone Man.
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Love this book...tugs at the heart strings.
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One of her early works. Great reading as always from Kristin.