When his dying stepsister asks him to look after her daughter, Chase Donlin is stunned to discover that her daughter, Raegan, is a gorgeous young woman who sets his senses on fire, and as he introduces her to a trapper's life in the mountains of Oregon, he finds himself succumbing to temptation. Ori...
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Mountain Rose Reviews
I loved this book, it had everything in it that needed to be. It was based in the 1800's, so that's a fair warning to those who avoid these type of books. The characters were simply charming, I fell in love with quite a few of them. I had to curse the main hero a couple dozen times for being so heartless at the start. This "romance" has a definite mix of adventure, drama and action as well which kept me flipping pages. There are some parts in the book that are racist towards Indians, so that might actually offend some of you but other than that the book was a peach, sweet and ripe for reading and the hero was definitely sweet and ripe for the taking. Haha!
Another great book form Norahwas great from the start!! now to find another book to read by Norah. I would suggest this book to anyone who likes historical romance books!!!
I'm a sucker for this type of books. I loved this one it's one of my re-reads. Also it's one of my favorite's American Historical books.