Montana Woman Paperback – December 3, 2018
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- Publisher : Don Congdon Associates, Inc. (December 3, 2018)
- Language: : English
- Paperback : 462 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1948835010
- ISBN-13 : 978-1948835015
- Item Weight : 1.29 pounds
- Dimensions : 5.5 x 1.16 x 8.5 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #353,659 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Passion and love runs deep between the hero, Clint Reeves and the heroine, Joline (Jo) Masters. Survival, finding self worth through independence, and searching for the courage to love again by making peace with an unimaginable painful past, all make up this emotionally stirring story. Tear jerking! The author utilized her talent when describing the growing emotional and physical yearning between the hero and heroine. Relatable.
The way she develops her characters make it possible to get to know who they are. I like how she includes many of her secondary characters as being endearing and quite unforgettable. As she did with her character named Cap, in her novel, Oregon Bride. Really liked the story!
Montana Woman is a story that originally debuted in1994. For me, this wasn’t one of her best. The “independence” that Jo determines to prove not only to her self but to Clint is stretched too far to believe she would have barely survived it, or survived it at all! There is redundancy in the heroine’s inner thoughts and in some of the dialogues between the h & h. One of this author’s weaker points. Just saying. There is also other incidents that were overcome much too easily, making the outcome not only predictable, but more unlikely if it were a real situation. Got to keep it real, for me anyways.
One of my beefs is that with such talented writing, the two explicit sex scenes weren’t necessary. So predictable and clique of the romance novels I’ve read. However, I do realize, in this genre especially, that there are always certain audiences that many writers want to satisfy. Author’s “stamp,” so to speak.
One more thing that totally baffles me:
Why is it in many of these historical romance novels, the so described intelligent, adult hero and heroine who have already been married once before, don’t know what makes babies?? ! They have sex, using no form or act for precaution and then are shocked when baby appears! 🙄
Although I found this novel somewhat disappointing, for the most part I enjoy reading her stories
A good western with all the best of elements, Love, Wild animals, shoot outs, brutal elements, rustic old fellows, good horses, mules, dogs, and a beautiful troubled man. Thank you for another western.