Book Reviews of Love Me Tomorrow

Love Me Tomorrow
Love Me Tomorrow
Author: Rosanne Bittner
ISBN-13: 9780821758182
ISBN-10: 0821758187
Publication Date: 1/1/1998
Pages: 398
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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LOVE ME TOMORROW...Connecticut socialite Maggie Dumont's marriage begins with a grand wedding and great dreams. But her hopes for a happy life are soon shattered by her new husband, the bitter son of a wealthy New York businessman, who catches gold fever and insists they head to wild, lawless Oregon. --- The journey westward is hard. To survive, Maggie must become a different kind of woman than the pampered debutante she's always been. And when she meets wagon train scout Rafe Morrisey, she finds herself yearning for a different kind of man. Buckskin-clad, principled, and strong, Rafe awakens sensations she has been hungering for. --- Now, surrounded by Indian attacks, wolves, and outlaws, Maggie is suddenly torn between duty to her husband and reckless passion with the man who could be her one chance for true happiness. Ahead lies a tragedy she will need all her strength to face...and love only her heart can choose.
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The heroine's journey into the wild west is made even more difficult by her feelings for a man that is not her husband.
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This is a story about a wealthy Connecticut couple who decide to travel to the gold fields via covered wagon. The husband is unhappy working in his father's business and wants to go out into the world on his own. His wife, Maggie, finds she is the one with great inner strength. There is tragedy, excitement, beauty, disappointment and much more in this story. You never know what will happen next.
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Connecticut socialite Maggie Dumont's marriage begins with a grand wedding and great dreams. But her hopes for a happy life are soon shattered by her new husband, the bitter son of a wealthy New York businessman, who catches gold feaver and insists they head to wild, lawless Oregon.
The journey westward is hard. To survive, Maggie must become a different kind of woman than the pampered debutante she's always been. And when she meets wagon train scout Rafe Morrisey, she finds herself yearning for a different kind of man. Buckskin-clad, principled, and strong, Rafe awakens sensations she has been hungering for.
Now, surrounded by Indian attacks, wolves, and outlaws, Maggie is suddenly torn between duty to her husband and reclkess passion with the man who could be her one cvhance for true happiness. Ahead lies a tragedy she will need all her strength to face....and love only her heart can choose.