Book Reviews of Oklahoma Sweetheart (Harlequin Historical, No 780)

Oklahoma Sweetheart (Harlequin Historical, No 780)
Oklahoma Sweetheart - Harlequin Historical, No 780
Author: Carolyn Davidson
ISBN-13: 9780373293803
ISBN-10: 0373293801
Publication Date: 12/1/2005
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 56 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Oklahoma Sweetheart (Harlequin Historical, No 780) on + 11 more book reviews
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copyright2005 A Harlequin Historical #780 this book is about a family in Oklahoma, With a girls family ,she meets a guy, then they become a family,But its not easy to Honer and Protect, When the fact that Loris was carrying another mans baby, This is a very good read, it had me crying some what ,it captures gentleness in the midst of heart -wrenching challenges portraying extraordinary possibities with in ordinary marital love ,Its so soft, to think of the love two people could have ,
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The fact that Loris Peterson was carrying another man's child should have been enough to make Connor Webster despise her. But instead, he'd made her his wife!
Some said that she had betrayed him. But Connor's fierce passion for Loris moved him to rescue her from an uncaring family-and protect her from a mysterious enemy....
Turns out she was engaged to Connor and then winds up pregnant by his brother James. Then James leaves.
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Good old fashioned western romance. James gets Loris pregnant and then skips town. What can Conner do, but marry the girl that his brother "ruined". Along the way Conner finds his passion for Loris far outweighs his feelings of betrayal that she is carrying his brother's child.
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Excellent western romance, very good Carolyn Davidson as usual. She has never written an unreadable story. Love her work.
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ANOTHER GREAT BOOK BY CAROLYN DAVIDSON. LORIS GIVES INTO A MOMENT OF PASSION THAT FOREVER CHANGES HER LIFE. CONNOR WHO HAS LOVED HER SINCE HE FIRST MET HER TAKES A CHANCE ON LOVE.
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Betrayel or betrayed, that is the question??? Loved and loving is the thread throughout. Romance story.
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VERY GOOD BOOK. LORIS WAS CARRYING ANOTHER MAN'S BABY, BUT SHE MARRIED HIS BROTHER WHO WAS HER FOREVER LOVE. THEY PORTRAY THE EXTRAORDINARY POSSIBILITIES THAT EXIST WITHIN ORDINARY MARITAL LOVE.
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a good read, but i sort of thought the story stalled near the end

summary from the back cover: the fact that she was carrying another man's child should have been enough to make him despise her. but instead, he made her his wife!

some said she had betrayed him. but his fierce passion for her moved him to resuce her from an uncaring fmaily - and protect her from a mysterious enemy....
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Carolyn Davidson writes great 1890's westerns, and I enjoyed this one very much!
The fact that Loris Peterson was carrying another man's child should have been enough to make Connor Webster despise her. But instead, he'd made her his wife!
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"Will you let me carry you into the house, Loris?" as if he awaited her pleasure, he bent low, his forhead touching her shoulder. She heard his sigh, the catch in his breath, and knew a moment of tenderness so great it almost overwhelmed her....
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The Fact that Loris Peterson carried anotherman's child should have been enough to make Conner Webster despise her. But instead he made her his wife.

This is a story of how love can triumph even in the most, trying situations. Being from Oklahoma myself this story hit home, and was truly and inspiration to appreciate what you have and those you love.
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The fact that Loris Peterson was carrying another man's child should have been enough to make Connor Webster despise her but instead he's made her his wife! Some said that she had betrayed him. But Connor's fierce passion for Loris moved him to rescue her from an uncaring family and protect her from a mysterious enemy.
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The fact that Loris Peterson was carrying another man's child should have been enough to make Connor Webster despise her. But instead, he'd made her his wife!

Some said that she had betrayed him. But Connor's fierce passion for Loris moved him to rescue her from an incaring family-and protect her from a mysterious enemy...
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Very sweet book
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A sweet romance. I loved the whole story.
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Heartwarming story - I really enjoyed it.
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The fact that Loris Peterson was carrying another man's child should have been enough to make Connor Webster despise her. But instead, he'd made her his wife!
Some said that she had betrayed him. But Connot's fierce passion for Loris moved him to rescue her from an uncaring family-and protect her from a mysterious enemy...