Book Reviews of Lone Wolf's Woman (Harlequin Historical, No 778)

Lone Wolf's Woman (Harlequin Historical, No 778)
Lone Wolf's Woman - Harlequin Historical, No 778
Author: Carol Finch
ISBN-13: 9780373293780
ISBN-10: 037329378X
Publication Date: 11/1/2005
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 28 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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i've not read any of this author but was very happy i decided to!! great story, no wishy-washy women and a very masculine hero (although towards the end you kind of want to bash him in the head) but all in all a very good book, i would highly recommend!!
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Very good reading!
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Harlequin romance, western. Very good
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Good western romance
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A bounty hunter/gunslinger is just what Julia Preston needs. With a wounded brother (Adam Preston) in danger of being killed, Julia promises Vince Lone Wolf anything to help her and her brother. Although his saddlebags were full of warrants for thieves in Colorado, Vince decides to accompany Julia to her ranch and check on the situation.

Julia is fearless and totally lacking in prejudice; when Vince (half Indian) suggests a pretend marriage so he can protect her and Adam, Julia agrees. What Julia does not know is that the most likely person to have shot Adam and been stealing cattle is Sol Griffon, Vinces estranged uncle. Vince relishes the idea of irritating his uncle with the news of his marriage to Julia. Julias home town is shocked by the marriage; half-breeds are still not accepted by the general population.

Adam is in love with Sol Griffons daughter, Maggie. The Griffon and Preston families have been at odds for three years and Sol refuses to allow Maggie to marry a Preston. There is considerable action; theres also the mystery of who wants the Preston ranch.

Julias actions seem a bit over the top but she has a good heart; shes a hard worker and concerned about the people around her. Vince is all a bounty hunter should be; however, he is totally outwitted by Julia. He understands quickly that facing an army of thieves would be simpler than tangling with Julia.

This is a pleasant, comfortable yarn with several really likeable characters, especially Julia and Vince. I think most readers will find this story a winner!
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Vince Lone Wolf is the justice system's last resort. And, in spite of his dangerous reputation, Julia Preston will give her soul if she can borrow him for just one night. Because her brother's life and the family ranch depend on Lone Wolf's reputed skills.

Julia's fearlessness and determination make it impossible for Lone Wolf to resist her desperate cry for help. And though he's always prided himself on his independence, she reminds him of everything that is missing in his life. But can a bounty hunter ever lay claim to the love of a lady?
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A WARRIOR SPIRIT...
A GENTLE HEART...

Vince Lone Wolf is the justice system's last resort. And, in spite of his dangerous reputation, Julia Preston will give her soul if she can borrow him for just one night. Because her brother's life---and the family ranch---depend on Lone Wolf's reputed skills.

Julia's fearlessness and determination make it impossible for Lone Wolf to resist her desperate cry for help. And though he's always prided himself on his independence, she reminds him of everything that is missing in his life.

But can a bounty hunter evel lay claim to the love of a lady?