Book Reviews of Northern Nights

Northern Nights
Northern Nights
Author: Theresa Scott
ISBN-13: 9780843947489
ISBN-10: 0843947489
Publication Date: 8/14/2000
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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good book
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This book is set in the 1850's Washington Territory. Pretty good read.
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Good story
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Elizabeththought to offer tea and cake to the indians who paddled up to Uncle's cabin. Instead she was hauled off by the biggest handsomest man she'd ever seen. None of her etiquette books had prepared her to deal with the conduct between a man and a woman...she was to learn..anyway.
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Brought up on the pithy maxims of Miss Cowperth's etiquette books, Elizabeth Powell was ill-prepared for the wild and woolly ways of Washington Territory. So when a canoe full of Haida Indians came paddling up to her uncle's farm, she thought of offering the visitors tea and cake. Instead, she found herself hauled off across the shoulders of the biggest, handsomest man shed ever seen. His exposed bronze skin and broad chest made her quiver with fear . . . and something more. And when he awakened her untouched body in the primeval forest, Elizabeth realized that even Miss Cowperth had no rules when it came to the most basic conduct of all between a man and a woman. Her heart would have to teach her proper behavior as she surrendered to love and the powerful lure of . . .
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Brought up on the pithy maxims of Miss Cowperth's etiquette book, Elizabeth Powell was ill-prepared for the wild and wooly way of Washington Territory. So when a canoe full of Haida Indians came paddling up to her uncle's farm, she thought of offering the visitors tea and cake. Instead, she found herself hauled off across the shoulders of the biggest, handsomest man she'd ever seen. His exposed bronze skin and broad chest made her quiver with fear...and something more. And when he awakened her untouched body in the primeval forest, Elizabeth realized that even Miss Cowperth had no rules when it came to the basic conduct of all between a man and a woman. Her heart would have to teach her proper behavior as she surrendered to love and the powerful lure of...Nothern Lights