Book Reviews of Warrior

Warrior
Warrior
Author: Elizabeth Lowell
ISBN-13: 9781551669045
ISBN-10: 1551669048
Publication Date: 5/1/2002
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 103 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Great romance! Takes place in the Colorado Rockies. Wildlife bilogist Eden Summers arrives in the Rockies to continue her research on local cougar population and meets Nevada Blackthorn who she pulled injured and bleeding to safety in the middle of a storm. He is a rancher by trade and a warrior by nature.
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I Love this book. It is part of a four book series by Lowell. Each one was great and different. They are modern western romance.
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Good book, quick read-not a strong story line other than the couple.

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When wildlife biologist Eden Summers arrives in the Colorado Rockies, she has only one thing on her mind: to continue her research on the local cougar population. A capable woman, used to living and working alone in the wild, she is self-possessed and confident, able to handle any threat from nature's fiercest predators-until she gazes into the eyes of Nevada Blackthorn.

She pulled him, injured and bleeding, to safety in the middle of a storm, unleashing a man who wold invade her deepest dreasm. But NEvada-a rancher by trade, a warrior by nature-is a man who has learned that walking away from caring is the only key to survival...and that only the strongest survive. Any woman fool enough to try and change him will be hurt-badly-for her efforts.

Perhaps Eden is that kind of fool. Or perhaps she has no choice byt to follow a calling as fierce, as wild and as natural as the beating of her own heart...
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Good story, great characters.
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When wildlife biologist Eden Summers arrives in the Colorado Rockies, she has only one thing on her mind: to continue her research on the local cougar population. A capable woman, used to living and working alone in the wild, she is self-possessed and confident, able to handle any threat from nature's fiercest predators -- until she gazes into the eyes of Nevada Blackthorn.
She pulled him, injured and bleeding, to safety in the middle of a storm, unleashing a man who would invade her deepest dreams. But Nevada -- a rancher by trade, a warrior by nature -- is a man who has learned that walking away from caring is the only key to survival and that only the strongest survive. Any woman fool enough to try and change him will be hurt -- badly -- for their efforts.

Perhaps Eden is that kind of fool. Or perhaps she has no choice but to follow a calling as fierce, as wild and as natural as the beating of her own heart . . .
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Tightly drawn characters set in mountains of Colorado; a wildlife biologist and an ex-commando meet and find common ground in their understanding of animal behavior. The ex-commando is a wounded warrior who protects himself from hurt much as an injured animal would. The biologist is accepting and loves him anyway.
Wonderful writing about the outdoors and the people who understand the environment.
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Quick Read. Good story line. Enjoyed
reviewed Warrior on
When wildlife biologist Eden Summers arrives in the Colorado Rockies, she has only one thing on her mind: to continue her research on the local cougar population. A capable woman, used to living and working alone in the wild, she is self-possessed and confident, able to handle any threat from nature's fiercest predators -- until she gazes into the eyes of Nevada Blackthorn.
She pulled him, injured and bleeding, to safety in the middle of a storm, unleashing a man who would invade her deepest dreams. But Nevada -- a rancher by trade, a warrior by nature -- is a man who has learned that walking away from caring is the only key to survival and that only the strongest survive. Any woman fool enough to try and change him will be hurt -- badly -- for their efforts.

Perhaps Eden is that kind of fool. Or perhaps she has no choice but to follow a calling as fierce, as wild and as natural as the beating of her own heart . . .