Haven't read a lot of Sandra Brown books but I really liked this one.
I really enjoyed this book. It is worth reading!
A reissue of an older Sandra Brown title. Rusty Carlson is returning to LA from a hunting weekend with her father. Her small plane crashes in the wilds of Canada. The only other survivor is Cooper Landry, a cynical Vietnam vet who judges Rusty as a spoiled, pampered lady- for which he has no tolerance. What follows is their story of survival and the breaking down of emotional walls for both of them. Quick read.
After a plane crash, two strangers are stranded together in the mountains fighting to stay alive. Rusty Carlson didn't like Cooper Landry. She was even a little afraid of him. But he was the only thing keeping her alive in the Canadian wilderness. Nursing her back to health while searching for food and shelter, Cooper wonders how long it will be before a winter storm sets in. Soon they stumble across a filthy cabin with two even dirtier inhabitants.
This book was written in 1987 and really doesn't stand up too well with time. Cooper has a giant chip on his shoulder believing all beautiful women just take advantage of men. Rusty is a spoiled "daddy's girl" who knows nothing about wilderness survival. Except for the mutual lust, they have nothing in common. Brown throws in some bad dialogue and every cliche known to man into the story, but somehow it is still somewhat entertaining. I would give this a higher grade but I really didn't like the way Brown ended the story. The ending was "told" rather than "shown" to us. My rating: 3 Stars.
I really loved this book. I had it read in a day and half because I could not put it down. Hope you like it too!
I enjoyed the book and it was a fast read