Wait for the Sunrise

Wait for the Sunrise BLIND AND USELESS Cowboy Winn Sutton reckoned his life was over the moment of his accident Not only was he forced off the cattle drive now he was waylaid in a town with no friends no place to stay a

  • Title: Wait for the Sunrise
  • Author: Cassandra Austin
  • ISBN: 9780373287901
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • BLIND AND USELESS Cowboy Winn Sutton reckoned his life was over the moment of his accident Not only was he forced off the cattle drive, now he was waylaid in a town with no friends, no place to stay and no guarantee his sight would return Then he heard Cynthie s sweet voice and felt a spark of hope.Cynthie Franklin s heart nearly broke as she watched the rugged loBLIND AND USELESS Cowboy Winn Sutton reckoned his life was over the moment of his accident Not only was he forced off the cattle drive, now he was waylaid in a town with no friends, no place to stay and no guarantee his sight would return Then he heard Cynthie s sweet voice and felt a spark of hope.Cynthie Franklin s heart nearly broke as she watched the rugged loner come to terms with the hand that fate had dealt him She was determined to help him learn to live again, though she never expected that, in return, Winn would teach her the true meaning of the word love.

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    1. It has been a very long time since I literally *could not* put a book down! But from the moment I started reading this, I was hooked! I can't remember the last time I finished a book in two days but this was truly addictive :)The hero (Winn Sutton) was handsome, masculine yet at the same time vulnerable.The heroine (Cynthie Franklin) was intelligent, beautiful, and held her own in a man's world without losing her femininity or her mothering instinct.I'm not usually fond of child characters in ro [...]

    2. Reviewed for THC ReviewsWait for the Sunrise is a fairly sweet historical romance with a lazy pace much like I imagine life in the Old West was like. Most times a slow pace would be a detractor, but in this case, it was like the proverbial turtle, slow but steady. I didn't feel like anything was just filler. Instead, each scene gradually moved the plot forward. The relationship between Winn and Cynthie is equally slow-building, but that's part of what made it sweet. They both feel a certain degr [...]

    3. A skillful writing, with a good plot development and lovable characters (with quite human and credible reactions), makes this book (first published in 1993) a very enjoyable reading, even for people (like me) who wouldn’t pick a western as a first choice. The handling of the hero’s disability was sensitive, showing his problems and fears and the way he gradually tries to overcome the obstacles.I felt that perhaps the end was a bit rushed, but that didn’t detract from its overall quality. I [...]

    4. old school western romance. not much "action" going on but a pretty decent read. I didn't expect the ending to be the way it was though!

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