Book Reviews of Wild Roses

Wild Roses
Wild Roses
Author: Julia Grice
ISBN-13: 9780380750696
ISBN-10: 0380750694
Publication Date: 1/1980
Pages: 433
  • Currently 2.9/5 Stars.

2.9 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Cordelia Stewart had it all: heiress to a vast shipping fortune, member of San Francisco's aristocracy, a woman whos captivating beauty and manner caused heads to turn, eyebrows to raise. But she loved Avery Curran, a restless man who deserted her to pursue his first love- the gold mines of the Yukon. Determined to find and marry Avery, Corrie journeys north, where gold-hungry prospectors ravage the untapped riches of Alaska, where laws have no meaning and pretty women are assumed to serve only one purpose.

Pursued by an evil and treacherous man whose only claim to stake is her lovely body, Corrie enlists the aid of Quaid Hill, a mysterious Chicago journalist, a man she never meant to love- a love she might never want to end.
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A very good read, simple characters, with a usual plotline. I found the History to be spot on, and the idea of most of the story takes place in rural Alaska during the gold rush was very different.

If you are looking for detailed physical contact, this book is not high in that sort of content. But it does have a few sensual times, and some very odd character "niches."

Easy writing, and I enjoyed it.