Book Reviews of Lark

Author: Norah Hess
ISBN-13: 9780843945225
ISBN-10: 0843945222
Publication Date: 6/1999
Pages: 398
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 32 ratings
Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Trapped in a loveless marriage, Lark Elliot longed to lead a normal life like the pretty women she saw in town, to wear new clothes and be courted by young suitors. But, she married Cletus Gibb, a man twice her age, so her elderly aunt and uncle could stay through the long Colorado Winter in the mountain cabin he owned. Resigned to backbreaking labor on Gibb's ranch, Lark found one person who made the days bearable: Ace Brandon. But when her husband paid the rugged cowhand to father him an heir, at first Lark thought she had been wrong about Ace's kindness. It wan't long, however, before she was looking foward to the warmth of his tender kiss, to the feel of his strong body. And as the heat of their desire melted away the cold winter nights, Lark knew she'd found the haven she'd always dreamed of in the circle of his loving arms. (back cover)
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A typical romance book.
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great book
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An enjoyable story.
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READ IN ONE DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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A very good book..trapped in a loveless marriage Lark has to find a way to make the best of it.Her husband is older and likes to beat her but she does find a way out...I will be looking for more of her books
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story of a woman,Lark,who is trapped in a loveless marriage...She married to help her aunt and uncle...Then she meets Ace....
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In order to adopt the little girl she's come to love, Maddy Potter needs a fianc, not a husband. Clayton Kincaid accepts Maddy's offer to "court" her and leave her at the altar in order to repay a family debt of honor. But when he arrives in Missouri, he expects a reserved widow--not a beautiful young woman. Clay realizes he can be the perfect suitor--but soon he'll long to be the perfect husband.