Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Book Review - Whitefeather's Woman by Deb Hale

There's nothing that warms up a cold winter like a great read from one of my favorite authors, Deb Hale.

Whitefeather’s Woman, a Harlequin release, is an engaging fish out of water story right from page one, taking big city girl, Jane, and throwing her into the wilds of Montana in the hopes of escaping her abusive fiancĂ©. Throw into the mix a blue-eyed, handsome hero in the form of John Whitefeather whose past comes with its own set of scars (and who doesn't love a scarred hero??) and you have the start of a great story. John’s strength and his gentle nature along with Jane’s never-give-up attitude prove a winning combination. The violence in their respective pasts provide the common bond that they can build a lasting relationship on. And they’ll need it as the story unfolds and the path to true love does not necessarily run smoothly.

Deb Hale writes emotionally packed, gripping stories that leave you turning one page after another until you reach the end. Do yourself a favor this wintery season – pick up a copy of this book, pour yourself a hot drink, find a quiet place, and give yourself a gift of a great story.

7 comments:

Lilly Cain said...

Sounds like a great book to curl up with. I have it in my TBR pile, so I must pull it out during this cold snap!

Julianne MacLean said...

Ah yes, Whitefeather's Woman - one my favorite Deb Hale books. Such a beautiful story.

Bonnie Ferguson said...

Sounds like a compelling story.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the review, Kelly. Just bought it--looking forward to the read.

Janet said...

I've put the book in my TBR file - sounds like a great read :)

Pamela Callow said...

That sounds like a great read. Deborah Hale does historical romance so well.

Anne MacFarlane said...

Love Deb Hale's writing. And it's been way too long since we've had a new one. Can't wait for her Gentlemen of Fortune series.