Book Reviews of Paper Rose (Hutton & Co, Bk 2)

Paper Rose (Hutton & Co, Bk 2)
Paper Rose - Hutton & Co, Bk 2
Author: Diana Palmer
ISBN-13: 9781551665399
ISBN-10: 1551665395
Publication Date: 12/1999
Pages: 379
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 95 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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I really enjoyed this book! One of Ms. Palmer's better ones!
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Loved it. The difference in cultures as seen from anothers eyes creates a great story.
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Her love for him was like a paper rose, which longed for the magic to make it real...
Compellingly handsome Tate Winthrop once boldly came to Cecily Blake's rescue. Her devotion to him knew no bounds, but since the fiercely proud Native American refused to consider a mixed marriage, their passion remained unfulfilled. Shattered by Tate's rejection, Cecily had been forced to leave the man of her dreams. Now she was back and destined to win. But when Tate becomes caught in the middle of a shocking political scandal, she realizes they need each other now, more than ever. And this time it is Cecily, a woman embarking on a brilliant career, who comes to his rescue and attempts to shield the man she loves from devastating secret that could destroy his life...
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Compellingly handsome Tate Winthrop once boldly came to Cecily Blake's rescue. Her devotion to him knew no bounds, but since the fiercely proud Native American refused to consider a mixed marriage, their passion remained unfulfilled. Shattered by Tate's rejection, Cecily had been forced to leave the man of her dreams.
Now she was back and destined to win.
But when Tate becomes caught in the middle of a shocking political scandal, she realizes they need each other now, more than ever. And this time it is Cecily, a woman embarking on a brilliant career, who comes to his rescue and attempts to shield the man she loves from a devastating secret that could destroy his life.

Diana's intrigue and romance will keep you turning pages!
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Archaeologist Cecily Petersen has loved Tate Winthrop since she was a teen, but the handsome Native American refuses to consider a mixed marriage. Instead, he becomes her white knight, protecting her from an abusive stepfather and arranging college grants and housing. But when Cecily discovers that the "grants" were actually outright gifts from Tate, she's furious. Her anger shifts their relationship from friends to lovers and forces them both to confront deeply held convictions and fears. When Cecily learns of a political scandal that could threaten Tate, she's determined to shield him, even though she knows it's likely that he'll never forgive her for the necessary deception. With political scandal in D.C., nefarious shenanigans on the reservation, and sizzling passion between the hero and heroine, Paper Rose kept you eager to read more. It was very well written .
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Archaeologist Cecily Petersen has loved Tate Winthrop since she was a teen, but the handsome Native American refuses to consider a mixed marriage. Instead, he becomes her white knight, protecting her from an abusive stepfather and arranging college grants and housing. But when Cecily discovers that the "grants" were actually outright gifts from Tate, she's furious. Her anger shifts their relationship from friends to lovers and forces them both to confront deeply held convictions and fears. When Cecily learns of a political scandal that could threaten Tate, she's determined to shield him, even though she knows it's likely that he'll never forgive her for the necessary deception.
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Unfolds a passionate, provocative story...her love for him was like a paper rose, which longed for the magic to make it real...The characters are likable and the sex sizzling...
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Great story........One of Ms Palmers better books
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Tate Winthrop and Cecily Blake are great characters
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This was such a good story. I love all of Diane Palmer's books and this one was no exception. GREAT!!!
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Her love for him was like a paper rose, which longed for the magic to make it real.
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Archaeologist Cecily Petersen has loved Tate Winthrop since she was a teen, but the handsome Native American refuses to consider a mixed marriage. Instead, he becomes her white knight, protecting her from an abusive stepfather and arranging college grants and housing. But when Cecily discovers that the "grants" were actually outright gifts from Tate, she's furious. Her anger shifts their relationship from friends to lovers and forces them both to confront deeply held convictions and fears. When Cecily learns of a political scandal that could threaten Tate, she's determined to shield him, even though she knows it's likely that he'll never forgive her for the necessary deception.
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"Her love for him was like a paper rose, which longed for the magic to make it real...."
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This is one of my favorite books by Diana Palmer.
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From the back cover:

Compellingly handsome Tate Winthrop once boldly came to Cecily Peterson's rescue. Her devotion to him knew no bounds, but since the fiercely proud Native American refused to consider a mixed marriage, their passion remained unfulfilled. Shattered by Tate's rejection, Cecily had been forced to leave the man of her dreams.

Now she was back and destined to win.

But when Tate becomes caught in the middle of a shocking political scandal, she realized they need each other now, more than ever. And this time it is Cecily, a woman embarking on a brilliant career, who comes to his rescue and attempts to shield the man she loves from a devastating secret that could destroy his life...
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Very Good. Diana Palmer always works for me.
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From back cover:
Her love for him was like a paper rose, which longed for the magic to make it real...
Compellingly handsome Tate Winthrop once boldly came to Cecily Blake's rescue. Her devotion to him knew no bounds, but since the fiercely proud Native American refused to consider a mixed marriage, their passion remained unfulfilled. Shattered by Tate's rejection, Cecily had been forced to leave the man of her dreams. Now she was back and destined to win. But when Tate becomes caught in the middle of a shocking political scandal, she realizes they need each other now, more than ever. And this time it is Cecily, a woman embarking on a brilliant career, who comes to his rescue and attempts to shield the man she loves from devastating secret that could destroy his life...
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I haven't read this one, but it has been sitting on my shelf.
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I've read several books by Diana Palmer but this one is by far my favorite. It's the type of story I LOVE - a girl who's crazy in love with her best friend. And it's all about what they go through to be together. If you've never read this one, it is a MUST read. You'll love it.
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Read it because it\'s a Palmer, not because its a good book.