Book Reviews of Nightsong

Nightsong
Nightsong
Author: Carolyn Davidson
ISBN-13: 9780373772858
ISBN-10: 0373772858
Publication Date: 5/1/2007
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 42 ratings
Publisher: HQN Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
The story seemed to consist entirely of an endless exchange of vows between the two main characters. BORING! I have enjoyed other books by this author but couldn't stomach this one.
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Helpful Score: 1
Carolyn Davidson's new book. Awesome. What a story. I really enjoyed the story.
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Very good reading set in the old west.
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I loved this book!!! I couldn't put it down. What a good love story!

SHE STOLE HIS HEART...
On the run in search of a hideout, Tyler had come to the isolated farmhouse expecting to find an older lady in need of a helping hand. Instead he found Debra Nightsong, an independent young woman whose exotic beauty mesmerized him. He'd vowed not to take advantage of the situation he's placed her in, but soon found himself regretting his words....
HE STOLE HER PEACE...
An outcast from her tribe, half-breed Debra Nightsong anted nothing more than to be left alone to tend her farm - until she was ambushed by a mysterous stranger. Tyler meant her no harm, yet he unnerved her - especially with his presence in her bed. He claimed it was only to heep her from escaping him, but Debra had never expected to find pleasure in the feel of a man's strong body against hers....
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On the run and in search of a hideout, Tyler had come to the isolated farmhouse expecting to find an older lady in need of a helping hand. Instead he found Debra Nightsong, an independent young woman whose exotic beauty mesmerized him. He'd vowed not to take advantage of the situation he'd placed her in, but soon found himself regretting his wordsâ¦.

An outcast from her tribe, half-breed Debra Nightsong wanted nothing more than to be left alone to tend her farmâuntil she was ambushed by a mysterious stranger. Tyler said he meant her no harm, yet he unnerved herâespecially with his presence in her bed. He claimed it was only to keep her from escaping him, but Debra had never expected to find pleasure in the feel of a man's strong body against hersâ¦.