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Mountain Wild (Wild, Bk 3) (Harlequin Historical, No 952)
Mountain Wild - Wild, Bk 3 - Harlequin Historical, No 952
Author: Stacey Kayne
IN BED WITH THE COWBOY! — Fourteen years ago a terrified young Maggie Grace fled into the wilderness of the Wyoming mountains, where she has lived alone, fighting for survival, ever since.  Until she finds cowboy Garret Daines lying unconscious in a blizzard. — Snowbound in Maggie's cabin, sharing the only bed with this beautiful, wild wo...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780373295524
ISBN-10: 0373295529
Publication Date: 7/1/2009
Pages: 288
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 36 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed Mountain Wild (Wild, Bk 3) (Harlequin Historical, No 952) on + 63 more book reviews
I liked Mountain Wild very much. It is built up to through the first two books, Mustang Wild and Maverick Wild, mentioning Mad Mag in all three. I like her story and how Ms Kayne portrays it. Garret is also very lovable. I liked the story. You should read it. I liked Mustang Wild also. I loved Skylar, Garrets older sister. All the main characters are great, Tucker who marries Skylar, Chance, twin to Tucker, who marries Cora, a step-sister who looks him up. Its a good series. It has horse and cattle thieves in it, mean, greedy men, beautiful horses, and of course, the good guys.
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Enjoyable romance, and I liked the author's consistent characterization of Maggie, that her reclusive nature isn't immediately forgotten once she marries and has kids. However, I wasn't sure what to make of Maggie's brother, Nathan (the villain of the piece) and his foreman. It had a "gay = perverted + wrong" vibe to it. It seemed a cliched and unnecessary element to have gayness exist in the book only to seemingly "prove" how loathsome Maggie's brother and his cohort were. For that, I dock the rating to 3.5 stars.