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Annie Lash Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 1985


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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (November 1, 1985)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0445200375
  • ISBN-13: 978-0445200371
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 4.1 x 6.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,704,564 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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National bestselling and award-winning author of thirty-five romances that often feature the exciting backdrop of the Old West, Dorothy Garlock is one of America's-and the world's-favorite novelists. Her books, all enthusiastically reviewed, now total more than eight million copies in print with translations in 15 languages. She lives in Clear Lake, Iowa.

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It was really a new frontier type of book.
Brenda
There are two very touching and emotional love stories within these pages, that will keep you intrigued to find out what's happening next.
Jody L. Schoth
The best part is the interesting story and characters.
sandra doering phillips

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jody L. Schoth on February 22, 2002
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This has to be one of my favorite Dorothy Garlock stories, outside of the With Hope series. This story is full of exciting twists and turns, with a very spirited and independent female character.
There are two very touching and emotional love stories within these pages, that will keep you intrigued to find out what's happening next. At the conclusion of this story, another romance is developing between Maggie and Light... you'll find them next in the follow-up book, ALMOST EDEN.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 2, 2000
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This book is perhaps the most satisfying, wonderful romance/adventure novel I've ever read. I cried and laughed and . . . finished the book in one day! When I tried to put it down, I couldn't stop thinking about it and just had to keep reading. The depiction of life in the time of Thomas Jefferson seemed so real. The characters were perfect. The plot moves along briskly leaving the reader to constantly speculate on the next turn it will take. If this had been a play, when the last words were uttered, it would have received a standing ovation.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By May Belle on July 15, 2007
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According to the ratings, I thought this book would be better than it actually was. This was my first Dorothy Garlock read. There were some scenes that were good, a handful of nervous, page-turning moments. In all honesty, however, the side characters' romance was much more interesting than Annie Lash's and Jefferson's. The side characters stories were more interesting and more believable. Annie Lash and Jefferson go from not liking each other, and her seeming to actually hate him, to them being madly in love with each other. This happened during one page and I actually went back and reread the page because I felt like "did I miss something here... you two just hated each other, now you're madly in love." Also, the end of the book was just that--it ended. Basically, all the strife going on between the characters was suddenly over. SHe was all upset almost the entire book because Jefferson was going to some trial that was dangerous. Then all of a sudden, he declares that he's not going, they're getting married, he's made the arrangements, and then the book is over. Felt like the author was bored of the book and just wanted to tie it all up and be done. I would not recommend this book.
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This heroine, Annie Lash, is much more satisfying than the one in WILD SWEET WILDERNESS (first book in the series). Dorothy Garlock neatly enfolds her story within the framework of a historical fact -- Aaron Burr’s trial for treason.

In this tale, Burr’s henchmen are trying to kill the 2 heroes of this book: frontiersmen Jefferson Merrick and Will.

The only women in the West in the early years were soiled doves. Men put down their money and spent time with the ‘sporting ladies.’ This did not require any emotional attachment from the men. Jefferson is a perfect example of the man interested in sex but not really thinking about what the woman wanted.

When ladies trekked to the wilderness, they brought along ideas of romantic love and a shared life. In other words, women who came west had to teach men about feelings. Garlock shows the natural conflict that women felt about western men -- being looked upon as breeders (and little else).

Annie Lash is a strong character; she holds out for what she wants.

Callie and Will’s story almost overshadowed the one with the two main characters (Annie Lash and Jefferson). Callie was married to Jefferson’s brother – and he’d abandoned Callie and the children some time before. I think we can all identify with a woman who is married to an awful man but loves another.

The final book, ALMOST EDEN, covers the story between Lightbody and Maggie.

Annie Lash
1. Wild Sweet Wilderness (1985)
2. Annie Lash (1985)
3. Almost Eden (1995)
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I'm hooked on the Annie Lash series and would like to read more. The best part is the interesting story and characters. The sex part is not as prominent as some of Dorothy Garlock's books which I appreciate. I really enjoyed this story!
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Annie was born before her time. She does not want to marry just so some man can take care of her! She is headstrong, full of indignation, but lovable !!!
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By Patm on February 13, 2013
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If you like love stories with twists and turns you will like this one. A great book from beginning to end.
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