Quinn's Christmas Wish (Bandit Creek Book 7) Kindle Edition
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Other than the speed of the romance between the boys' mother and the trapper, I can't suggest anything to improve. Engaging characters responding appropriately in a difficult circumstance in a historical novel.
and just enough of the paranormal to keep my interest without turning me off.
well done Ms Mackie.
I also really enjoyed the bond that developed between Quinn and the she-wolf that he found in the woods, and the dedication that the she-wolf showed to his family.
(Small spoiler) The 10% of the book that I didn't care for.
I'm not a big fan of *lust at first sight* type of stories. I believe it's more romantic if the characters invest time getting to know each other, forming a bond that can be built upon. That's why I was disappointed that Amanda and Samuel slept together barely 24 hours after they met. It seemed rushed, like a sex scene was thrown in just for the sake of having a sex scene in the book. In my opinion the story would have been more romantic if that part had been left out.
I was intrigued with Jazira and with Quinn right out of the gate. There was no lapse in reading and the feeling where you wonder so often - 'is it going to get somewhere?' Not the case here! I was immersed into the story and found that I had to keep going back and picking it up every chance I could until I found the hours ticking well past 3:00am.
Set in the world of the early west when trappers and settlers forged new lives. I became immediately connected with Quinn and his mother Amanda. The tale was rich with descriptions that drew me into a world both believable and yet not that surreal for a paranormal. If it wasn't for Jazira - I would have thought it to be a wonderful and heart warming historical romance. Yet..., there she was - Jazira. Her plight more than once gave cause for my heart to skip a beat or two and as I do not want to give anything away in this wonderful tale; can only say I was very pleased with the outcome and yes, there were a few nice surprises. Bandit Creek does indeed keep you guessing.
As a reader who wants to be carried away and lost into the depths of tales of love, suspense and intrigue, I would be remiss if I did not say that this story warmed my soul on a cold prairie night.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a lovely story, about love of different kinds and second chances. Also has a touch of fantasy that makes it different and insteresting ( at least for me ). Read morePublished on April 14, 2013 by Veronica
A book to pass time, of course you know everything will turn out from the beginning. Very well written though.Published on January 20, 2013 by Cy
I enjoyed this story. It was a little different than my normal read and I would like to read more of them.Published on January 19, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I really enjoyed this story. I'm not usually one for romance novels but after just finishing a rather dark and heavy series of books I needed something a little lighter - cheerier. Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by Kim Attebery
I don't remember what this book was listed as, but it wasn't listed as a romance, which it is...more than whatever else it is! Read morePublished on January 5, 2013 by Connie
I wasn't sure in the first few chapters if I would like the story, but it did draw me in. Quick easy read.Published on December 18, 2012 by Danelle L Marker
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Nice story about a mother &son. I know some stories need a villian, but I could imagine what he looked like.Published on December 7, 2012 by Amron
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