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This captivating and well-written romance novel captured me from the first page to the last. "Love So Deep" is an easy-to-read, uplifting love story between a mountain man called Patrick who shies away from the people who shunned him for being a half-breed...and a spunky woman by the name of Samantha whom he manages to save from certain death. After her parents untimely death, "Sam" a beautiful young lady is seen as a threat and is subsequently thrown off the wagon train to make it on her own in freezing conditions. When discovered by Patrick, she is nursed back to health.
A few unsavory people cross their path and add some spice to the story line. Brian, a seven year old orphan also contributes to the intrigue.
I really enjoyed the romance, suspense, and subtle twists and turns in "Love So Deep" that kept me entertained throughout the entire novel.
Inspirational Author & Book Reviewer ~ Dolores Ayotte
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Samantha vows to carry on and reach their original destination and make a life for herself. Her fellow travelers’ do not approve of her traveling alone and try to force her to marry an elderly gentlemen in the train, also traveling alone. When Samantha refuses to marry the old man she is banned from the wagon train and left with only the clothes on her back, a small amount of food, and a canteen of water. While following the train through the mountains a bad winter storm blows in and Samantha is left alone to die.
Mountain fur trapper Patrick McCrery comes upon Samantha lying in the snow. Nearly frozen, he takes her to his cabin to warm her and take care of her until she is strong enough to take to the nearest town to continue on her journey. Patrick is a very solitary man, and likes his life that way, for good reason. The mountain winter has several surprises in store for Samantha and Patrick, both good and bad, and their limits will be tried and tested on more than one occasion.
Both Samantha and Patrick are very strong characters and you are immediately immersed in their story. They have both been through many trials in their lives and at times they appear to crumble, but always bounce back, fighting for what they believe in and eventually for their future. The story ebbs and flows smoothly while bringing the characters emotions to life. There were times when I wanted to string Patrick up from the nearest tree, then he’d seem to redeem himself, and Samantha would start to come apart. I felt every emotion throughout this book, fear, hope, joy, sorrow, they are all there, wonderfully expressed by the author.
The secondary characters are also very well written and add a lot of interest to the story, keeping it moving to it’s conclusion. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves Historical Western Romance, you will not be disappointed.
Patrick is of Irish and Native American descent. He lives in the mountains because the people in the town where he grew up were racist and never gave him a chance. He's educated and speaks with an Irish brogue. It was kind of weird listening to him in my head and knowing he looked Native American but I liked it.
Samantha is from "back East" and has been thrown from the wagon train that was headed west. Her mother had died of sickness and her father had died from being dragged by his horse. She was alone and the other people on the wagon train didn't want her enticing their men. They said she could marry one of the wagon masters but she refused. They gave her some food and a canteen and sent her on her way.
Patrick, now a hunter and a trapper, finds her in the snow and takes her to his cabin. It's cold outside and she's not in the best shape. Soon, he finds a boy, who resembles her, in his hay loft and figures this boy is hers and she has been neglecting him. His opinion of her goes into the dirt.
The story tells of their quest to be together and I wasn't sure it was going to end up that way. Patrick has issues.
The reason I'm giving this four stars is because the book lacked depth. I wasn't drawn into the story like I thought I should have been. Normally, I love books between Native American men and white women but I think if more details had been added to some of the scenes, the book would have been better.
But the writing was good, with just a few punctuation errors and the plot was steady. The character development was okay.
Overall, it wasn't a bad book and it was worth the few hours it took to read it.
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