Book Reviews of The Tender Stranger (Harlequin Historical, No 456)

The Tender Stranger (Harlequin Historical, No 456)
The Tender Stranger - Harlequin Historical, No 456
Author: Carolyn Davidson
ISBN-13: 9780373290567
ISBN-10: 037329056X
Publication Date: 3/1/1999
Pages: 298
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 52 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a romance about a widow who is left alone to fend for herself and her coming baby. A bounty hunter is paid by her rich inlaws to find her so they can get her baby. But he falls in love with her instead!
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The widowed daughter-in-law runs from her past with a baby on the way. Her in-laws have her tracked by a bounty hunter, with the intention of having her soon-to-be-born baby continue the dynasty. Sparks fly.
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I haven't read a Carolyn Davidson book I didn't like.
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Very Good Book.....
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This is one of Carolyn Davidsons stand alone novels. It was interesting but not fascinating. Our heroine, Erin, is hiding from her parents-in-law because she is pregnant and knows they want the baby.

Their son died before the beginning of the book and the parents want the last thing of their son his child. To that end, they hire a bounty hunter to find Erin. It takes him months to find her because she has covered her trail well and she has moved to a hillside cabin in Colorado.

Her mistake was buying the cabin in her real name, thus Quinn finds her. He plans to take Erin back to New York City. However, he soon finds that there is more to the story than the parents told him. Quinn has to rethink his situation.

The book was OK and Quinn was certainly a worthy hero.
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Trust no one
To her sorrow, Erin Wentworth had learned that lesson all too well when her society marriage had proved a sham. Now widowed and pregnant, she wanted only to escape the memories. But fate, in the form of Quinn Yarborough, had followed her to her mountain hideaway to resurrect the past---and offer her a future....

A breed apart
Bounty hunter Quinn Yarborough knew he had come face-to-face with a quarry unlike any other, for runaway widow Erin Wentworth was a prize beyond any price. And his heart ached to claim her as his own.....
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TRUST NO ONE...To her sorrow, Erin Wentworth had learned that lesson all too well when her society marriage had proved a sham. Now widowed and pregnant, she wanted only to escape the memories. But fate, in the form of Quinn Yarborough, had followed her to her mountain hideaway to resurrect the past-and offer her a future....

Bounty hunter Quinn Yarborough knew he had come face to face with a quarry unlike any other, for runaway widow Erin Wentworth was a prize beyond any price. And his heart ached to claim her as his very own...
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Trust No One - To her sorrow, Erin Wentworth had learned that lesson all too well when her society marriage had proved a sham. Now widowed and pregnant, she wanted only to escape the memories. But fate, in the form of Quinn Yarborough, had followed her to her mountain hideaway to resurect the past and offer her a future...