Book Reviews of A Woman Without Lies (Angel, Hawk and Raven, Bk 1)

A Woman Without Lies (Angel, Hawk and Raven, Bk 1)
A Woman Without Lies - Angel, Hawk and Raven, Bk 1
Author: Elizabeth Lowell
ISBN-13: 9780380767649
ISBN-10: 0380767643
Publication Date: 12/1/1995
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 80 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Elizabeth Lowell writes Great stories! And this one doesn't disappoint!

He calls her Angel, though everyone else calls her Angie. She has survived excrutiating pain and injuries from a car wreck. And she lost her parents and fiance in that crash. He is Hawk, wealthy and skeptical of all women. He believes females all tell lies to get what they want from him. Forced to give Hawk tours of the area to help her friend sell his land, Angel recognizes her attraction to Hawk, but dislikes it. Hawk is flabbergasted by Angels truthfulness and is afraid that he must protect Angel from himself.
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A tale of love lost and found.
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This book introduces a character who is a friend of Angel's named Carlson Raven. His book is Love Song for a Raven (SD# 355)

I love the description of Angel's stained glass work. This book has a lot of emotional tension. Mostly because through most of it Hawk has no idea what Angel is really like. He cannot see past his preconceptions.
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Really enjoyed this book. Great characters and a wonderful romance theme.
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Excellent Elizabeth Lowell. The cover is different than shown. Set in the Pacific Northwest, like many of her books.
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Good story, with strong characters.
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Miles doesn't trust woment because they lie. Angel has to prove to him that not all women lie, at least she doesn't.
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Elizabeth Lowell is another author that I read often and am never disappointed.
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Not one of my favorites but kept me entertained for almost six hours of driving.
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Elizabeth Lowell is always a great read.

She could give nothing but the truth of her love...
Angel had known only love and the irretrievable loss brought by death. Hawk had known only hatred and unforgivable betrayal. She was a woman without lies. He was a man who had never found truth.
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Ok - so if anyone has noticed, I am a Lowell fanatic. But in all fairness, here's why - she's GREAT! Her novels move you in a way that typical romance novels don't.

The cast of characters in this one will pique your interest from the start. Add on top of that an extrememly interesting twist between the main love interests on the first night of a boat trip (when you get there, you'll know what I mean) and you won't want to stop.

The characters pull you in, hug you, cry with you, cheer with you and in the end say good bye as only a well written novel can.

Take the time for this one, you'll appreciate yourself for having done so, and hey - you can order it directly from me ;0
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This is just a bit of formulaic fluff. Guy meets girl, girl has secrets, guy has secrets too, both struggle to overcome these and cement their new relationship. Definitely not Lowell's best work, but good enough to keep your attention if you're on the treadmill at the gym, or riding around in the car.
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She could give nothing but the truth of her love...

Angel had known only love and the irretrievable loss brought by death. Hawk had known only hatred and unforgivable betrayal. She was a woman without lies. He was a man who had never found truth.

At first they misjudged one another, bringing only pain. Then Angel took the risk that Hawk would not. She loved him, knowing that he didn't believe in love, knowing that she would lose him.
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love this author!
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A woman without lies. A man without trust. A Passion without Limits.
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Orginal SIM
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When Angel and Hawk first meet, they misjudge and hurt each other badly. But Angel is willing to risk what proud, silent Hawk cannot. Gently she brings truth and love to a tormented soul who believes in neither...though she fears in her heart that, by loving Hawk, she will surely lose him.
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A WOMAN WITHOUT LIES..
An artist in glass and light, Angel once loved with sweetness and fire. Then she learned the pain of irretrievable loss - the sad and sudden permanence of death...
A great read.
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Reprint, different cover, same great story!
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An artist in glass and light, Angel once loved with sweetness and fire. Then she learned the pain of irretrievable loss-the sad and sudden permanence of death.
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A Woman Without Lies
An artist in glass and light, Angel once loved with sweetness and fire. Then she learned the pain of irretreivable loss--the sad and sudden permanence of death.
A Man without Trust
Miles Hawkins has known only hatred and betrayal from women. Scarred and embittered, Hawk became a solitary, distant man--vowing never to let himself trust a woman again.
A Passion Without Limits
When Angel and Hawk first meet, they misjudge and hurt each other badly. But Angel is willing to risk what proud, silent Hawk cannont. Gently she brings truth and love to a tormented soul who believes in neither...though she fears in her heart that, by loving Hawk she will surely lose him.