Lonewolf's Woman

Lonewolf s Woman Orphaned penniless and determined to keep her family together Elise St John hastily arranges to marry the half Apache Missouri landowner Blade Lonewolf who has agreed to adopt her younger sister

  • Title: Lonewolf's Woman
  • Author: Deborah Camp
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Orphaned, penniless, and determined to keep her family together, Elise St John hastily arranges to marry the half Apache Missouri landowner, Blade Lonewolf, who has agreed to adopt her younger sister It is a marriage in name only, intended to make the unconventional adoption acceptable.But as they try to form a family a Balti debutante who can t even cook and an outcOrphaned, penniless, and determined to keep her family together, Elise St John hastily arranges to marry the half Apache Missouri landowner, Blade Lonewolf, who has agreed to adopt her younger sister It is a marriage in name only, intended to make the unconventional adoption acceptable.But as they try to form a family a Balti debutante who can t even cook and an outcast Indian whose heart is closed to love they are beset by needs and desires they never anticipated Living with Blade becomes a sweet torment His vitality awakens Elise in a desire that s too dangerous to acknowledge but just as impossible to ignore For Blade, true love becomes a tantalizing promise held just out of reach It is only when they are in greatest danger of losing everything that they find the fulfillment of their most splendid dreams.

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    1. Great book! Really sucks you in. I could hardly put it down. Definitely a must read if you enjoy a little blazing romance every once in a while :)

    2. I enjoyed the characters in this one - there's something about a city girl finding love with a half Apache farmer!

    3. I absolutely loved this book. it was so good. One of favorite books I ever read!!!!!!!! I DEFINETELY GIVE IT A A PLUS

    4. I actually kind of liked this book. It's definitely not one of my favorites, and I doubt I'll ever read it again (or even skim my favorite parts like I do with some others), but it's a fairly sweet story. The premise was actually kind of original, and the characters remained pretty consistent. More importantly, the characters weren't perfect, but were flawed in believable ways, and I found I was still able to like them despite their flaws. Which was refreshing. There was, of course, the classic [...]

    5. wonderful romance!I read a lot. and I read various genres. this is one of the absolute best romances I have ever read :) I adored this couple. everything about them. I listened to this as an audiobook and it was incredibly read. if you need a good romance to brighten your day try this one. it's fantastic!

    6. It's a romance which is nicely balanced, there's a baddy, social commentary and a handsome, sensitive protagonist, a lovely summer holiday read.

    7. Una storia che mi ha fatto sognare: adoro il "vecchio West"! Donne indomite che sfidano la natura avversa e uomini coraggiosi e fascinanti!

    8. Lonewolf's Woman ( Wild Hearts Book 3)This book by this author deserved the 5 star rating. It was a geat book, and it was told in such a delightful story, that it held my interest throughout my reading it. It has a lot of unexpected events happening that were not looked for. I really enjoyed this book and I know that you will enjoy it also.

    9. Lonewolf's Woman by Deborah Camp3 of 5 starsDidn't really capture my interest but at least moved along enough that I didn't give up. Characters where pretty flat. Not interested is anything else in the series. Probably won't pick up another book by this author.From :Orphaned, penniless, and determined to keep her family together, Elise St. John hastily arranges to marry the half-Apache Missouri landowner, Blade Lonewolf, who has agreed to adopt her younger sister. It is a marriage in name only, [...]

    10. I always like Deborah Camp's characters. The hero and heroine have faults, but they are moral, likable, beautiful people. The secondary cast is endlessly entertaining and quirky. The bad guys are rotten to the core and get their comeuppance. This is as a western should be and exactly what I expect. In that respect, Ms. Camp always delivers.Our heroine, Elise, is following her younger siblings west. Through a series of unfortunate circumstances, the children have been placed on an orphan train an [...]

    11. I loved this book. Blade Lonewolf"s wife had died 5 month ago and before she died they had planned to adopt a little girl off the orphan train. Even though she died he was going to keep his promise and adopt the little girl. Elise St. John waited and watched as her brother Adam was taken off the orphan train adopted by Judge Mott. Then it was time for her sister, Penny and when Blade came up to take Penny they wouldn't let him have her because he didn't have a white wife anymore. Penny would hav [...]

    12. This was very good. Definitely a page-turner. The characters are well-rounded and likeable, even the secondary ones, such as Penny, Adam and Airy, and the plot is interesting. What was not a big draw for me was the fact that the hero Blade Lonewolf behaved and thought more white than Apache. His character was such that he could easily have been a white man. I am drawn to Native American stories because I like to see them living within their natural lifestyle. Their history is fascinating and hea [...]

    13. Elise and Blade are about as mismatched as a couple can be. Their common ground becomes the love and concern they both have for Elise's younger sister and brother, who have been sent to Missouri aboard an orphan train. The evolution of their relationship, the love they both show for two children, and the cruelty of a tyrannical neighbor makes for a mesmerizing story! Lonewolf's Woman will be added to my favorites shelf, and I look forward to reading more by Deborah Camp.

    14. Love This Author!!!Deborah Camp is always a great read! She always makes her characters come alive for her readers in such a manner that they feel like old friends and their stories are like reading a long letter from friends, catching you up on what has been going on in their lives. I am always excited for Deborah's next new book to come out!!

    15. I was looking for another story like Eyes of Silver, Eyes of Gold. This fits the theme but I guess I just didn't love the characters as much. Blade was so hung up in the past that I never thought he would come around. Elise was so worried about her siblings. But the story got a nice gresome ending for the bad guy.

    16. I reached chapter five and I give up. There are too few characters. The main hero didn't open up a bit and I know nothing about him except that he is grieving his late wife. It is boring and pointless to keep reading :(

    17. Minneapolis Woman (Wild Hearts Book 3)This as such a great read. The story showed how when the chips are down in life, there is always a way it into the sunshine. Please take the time to read this great story.

    18. Not as interesting as I thought it would be. The guy is too beta for my liking and the woman is unbelievable at times.

    19. OutstandingThis has to be one of the best written books ever. I so enjoyed this story. Looking forward to many future stories.

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