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Book Reviews of Saint or Sinner (Harlequin Historical, No 288)

Saint or Sinner (Harlequin Historical, No 288)
Saint or Sinner - Harlequin Historical, No 288
Author: Cheryl St. John
ISBN-13: 9780373288885
ISBN-10: 0373288883
Publication Date: 10/1/1995
Pages: 299
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Saint or Sinner (Harlequin Historical, No 288) on + 33 more book reviews
When a soldier returns from the Civil War, he is a changed man--determined to settle down and live a respectable life. Can he convince the woman he has come to love that he is worthy of marriage?
reviewed Saint or Sinner (Harlequin Historical, No 288) on + 283 more book reviews
I collect this author. Her books are great.
jjares avatar reviewed Saint or Sinner (Harlequin Historical, No 288) on + 2210 more book reviews
When Joshua McBride doesn't die in a battle of the Civil War, he has an epiphany and then several months in a Union hospital to recover and rethink his life. He doesn't like the life he's led and decides to do things differently. He goes back home, where he caroused, chased women, and gambled his nights away. When he arrives in his hometown, he meets Addie Stapleton, a starchy miss who refuses to talk about her past. Addie quickly sees Joshua as a distraction she cannot afford. She tries to get rid of him, but the town has other ideas.

The romance between Joshua and Addie builds slowly because Addie wants no part of him. Addie has worked hard for the stellar reputation she has in town. However, one day Addie's past comes into her present and she is absolutely shattered.

This is a story about forgiveness and proof that people can change if they have enough motivation and fortitude. This is one of Cheryl St. John's earlier novels and it has a powerful message. Overall score = 4.5 stars
reviewed Saint or Sinner (Harlequin Historical, No 288) on + 145 more book reviews
Home from the war, Joshua McBride was determined to put his rakish youth behind him and grab a second chance at a life worth living. Yet how could he convince the oh-so-correct Miss Adelaide Stapleton that his hell-raising days were truly over?

People weren't always what they seemed -- Addie knew that for a fact. For her own past held secrets that were best left uncovered. But how could she trust Joshua's claims to be reformed, when he was tempting her to lose her heart?
Cathe avatar reviewed Saint or Sinner (Harlequin Historical, No 288) on + 201 more book reviews
Home from the war, Joshua McBride was determined to put his rakish youth behind him and grab a second chance at a life worth living. Yet how could he convince the oh-so-correct Miss Adelaide Stapleton that his hell-raising days were truly over?
People weren't always what they seemed-Addie knew that for a fact. For her own past held secrets that were best left uncovered. But how could she trust Joshua's claims to be reformed, when he was tempting her to lose her heart?
reviewed Saint or Sinner (Harlequin Historical, No 288) on + 125 more book reviews
Home from the war, Joshua McBride was determined to put his rakish youth behind him and grab a second chance at a life worth living. Yet how could he convince the oh-so-correct Miss Adelaide Stapleton that his hell-raising days were truly over?

People weren't always what they seemed-Addie knew that for a fact. For her own past held secrets that were best left uncovered. But how could she trust Joshua's claims to be reformed. when he was tempting her to lose her heart?
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