Mary Elizabeth Potter is a self-appointed spinster with no illusions about love. When she meets Wolf Mackenzie, a man with a chip on his shoulder the size of Wyoming, she sets out to convince the whole town he’s a man worth loving. But Wolf’s not sure he — or their small town — is ready for the... show more
Mary Elizabeth Potter is a self-appointed spinster with no illusions about love. When she meets Wolf Mackenzie, a man with a chip on his shoulder the size of Wyoming, she sets out to convince the whole town he’s a man worth loving. But Wolf’s not sure he — or their small town — is ready for the taming of Wolf Mackenzie.“You can’t read just one Linda Howard!” — New York Times Bestselling author Catherine Coulter
Publish date: August 30th 2010
Publisher: Brilliance Corporation
Edition language: English
, Historical Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Mackenzie Family (#1)
I wish I had read this about 10-20yrs ago, I think then I would have loved it as much as others do. There are a couple older books (hello, purple prose!) that are very close to my heart that others read for the first time in this day and age and they don't find it as great as me. I think this may be...
This author CANNOT DISAPPOINT! Linda Howard,Before reading this book I had experienced a smaller reader slump. I tried to read A LOT of books, but I never got past the first chapter. I almost gave up hope when I thought it might be time to read another Linda Howard book. And I was right! Mackenzie's...
I read this awhile ago and am still fixing/updating my GR reviews one by one. This is an old category romance that I read way back when. I’m not usually a re-reader but I stumbled across this in unabridged audio format and figured what the heck. I listen to audio’s when I’m doing tedious tasks lik...
As my rating says it was just ok. There was nothing new/great about this book. Initially it started of well the story looked promising but I felt somewhere in middle it stopped moving . The book became quite repetitive and boring the ending was predictable.But i may continue with the series Joe seem...
Opening Line: He needed a woman. Bad."I had a ton of problems with this book and I’m finding it really difficult to review because as much as this story confused me, annoyed me and downright offended me, in the end as much as I wanted to I just didn’t hate it. I did however breathe a sigh of relief ...