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Fletcher's Woman (Tapestry Romance) e-book

Author:

Linda Lael Miller

Language:

English

Category:

Romance

Subcategory:

Historical

ePub size:

1851 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Pocket Books (June 1, 1991)

ISBN:

0671737686

Fletcher's Woman (Tapestry Romance) e-book

by Linda Lael Miller


Linda Lael Miller is the author of seventy historical and contemporary romance novels, many of which are set in the American West. Fletcher's Woman Pocket Books: Historical Romance Tapestry romance (Том 22).

Linda Lael Miller is the author of seventy historical and contemporary romance novels, many of which are set in the American West. She was awarded the Romance Writers of America's prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007. Библиографические данные.

While I like Linda Lael Miller, this book was a HUGE disappointment. Fletcher's Woman is another of her winners! But from LL Miller I wouldn't expect anything less. Read it; you'll enjoy it.

by Linda Lael Miller First published 1983. Fletcher's Woman (Paperback). Published June 1st 1991 by Pocket Books. Paperback, 320 pages. Showing 1-8 of 8. Author(s): Linda Lael Miller (Goodreads Author). ISBN: 0671737686 (ISBN13: 9780671737689).

It was about four o’clock, she guessed, when the wagon jolted into camp; she might have asked the doctor the time, but she’d suspected that it would be wiser to maintain her silence.

It was about four o’clock, she guessed, when the wagon jolted into camp; she might have asked the doctor the time, but she’d suspected that it would be wiser to maintain her silence threaten the tentative, cautious peace they had established. The camp was like many others Rachel had seen-a cluster of weathered shacks, wagons, and tents. The ramshackle cookhouse stood in the center, wispy gray smoke wafting from its crooked tin chimney.

Linda Lael Miller (born 1949 as Linda Lael), is a best-selling American author of more than 100 contemporary and historical romance novels. She has also written under the pen name Lael St. James. Linda Lael was born in 1949 in Washington. Her father was a town marshal, although he, along with her uncle Jake "Jiggs" Lael also competed on the rodeo circuit

Fletcher's Woman by Linda Lael Miller - One of America’s best-loved storytellers, Linda Lael Miller sets passions . But little did Fletcher know that looking after the lovely Rachel would mean facing down Wilkes, his nemesis

Fletcher's Woman by Linda Lael Miller - One of America’s best-loved storytellers, Linda Lael Miller sets passions blazing in the unforgettable tale of one young. But little did Fletcher know that looking after the lovely Rachel would mean facing down Wilkes, his nemesis. Now the enmity he harbors for Wilkes is about to erupt in a dangerous confrontation. and the young doctor who swore never to love again is suddenly in danger of falling desperately in love with the one woman he swore he would always protect.

Linda Lael Miller is the New York Times bestselling author of more than fifty novels, including her bestsellers of romantic suspense, Don’t . Providence, Washington Territory.

Linda Lael Miller is the New York Times bestselling author of more than fifty novels, including her bestsellers of romantic suspense, Don’t Look Now, Never Look Back, and One Last Look. Her acclaimed frontier romance series include Springwater and The Women of Primrose Creek. There are more than 14 million copies of her books in print. Ms. Miller resides in the Scottsdale, Arizona, area. More enthralling novels from.

Washington's rowdy lumber camps were no place for an innocent young beauty. This is the story of Rachel McKinnon. She is desired by her small town's lumber magnate, but is drawn to a doctor-setting the stage for passionate conflicts. And when lovely Rachel McKinnon caught the eye of Jonas Wilkes, she was truly in dire straits. Wilkes owned the lumber empire, the town, the people - and now he wanted Rachel. Soon her son claims to see a mysterious boy in the house, and an heirloom teapot starts popping up in unexpected places.

Washington's rowdy lumber camps were no place

for an innocent young beauty. . . .

When Rachel McKinnon attracts the attention of Jonas Wilkes, she is truly in dire straits. Wilkes, the owner of a lumber empire, has power over most everyone he meets -- and now he wants Rachel. Her only hope is Griffin Fletcher. The town's darkly handsome, unmarried doctor, he once made a promise to Rachel's dying mother to keep her daughter out of harm's way. But little did Fletcher know that looking after the lovely Rachel would mean facing down Wilkes, his nemesis. Now the enmity he harbors for Wilkes is about to erupt in a dangerous confrontation . . . and the young doctor who swore never to love again is suddenly in danger of falling desperately in love with the one woman he swore he would always protect.

One of America's best-loved storytellers, Linda Lael Miller sets passions blazing in the unforgettable tale of Fletcher's Woman.

Lanin
While I like Linda Lael Miller, this book was a HUGE disappointment. I wasn't able to like the main characters and the plot dragged on. After having finished it last week, this is about all I can remember from the story:

The heroine, Rachel, is an annoying brat who always seems to be hitting people, and the hero, Griffin, is a doctor who beats people up and then fixes them. The other love interest, Jonas, alternates from being a monster to being a sweet guy. I much preferred the other supporting characters' story, Field and Fawn.

Unfortunately, I recommend you find another book rather than wasting your time on this one.
Brazil
There were too many plots going on with too many villains. Not one of Linda Lael Miller's better writings.
Rasmus
Other than the typos, the book was good.the base story about two feuding cousins was unusual or at least in my life family comes first. But, I suppose the possibility does exist that families don’t ever really get along.
Makaitist
I don't know how she does it but I have yet to read a LL Miller book that I didn't thoroughly enjoy! She has kept the characters real even if their situations may be a little outside of normal. You enjoy them and the problems they become embroiled in. The romance is spectacular and the hardships are edge of your seat good. You find yourself wondering how the characters will get out of the situations in which they find themselves. Like I said, I don't know how she does it but let's hope she continues. Fletcher's Woman is another of her winners! But from LL Miller I wouldn't expect anything less. Read it; you'll enjoy it.
Sudert
Don't like saying how disappointed I was with this read because I normally love her books. Just didn't connect with the characters and it seemed so different from her usual faster paced and engaging characters.
Kulafyn
Probably the worst Linda Lael Miller book I've read and.....I've read them all....I'm sad I paid the most for this book ($14...) on kindle. It was like they kept trying to dream up more plots to make it longer. Usually Linda's books are so well written.......
Gardall
Linda Lael Miller... WOW what an awesome writer who pulls you into the story as if you were there
I have never failed to enjoy or be carried away with any of her books... she just doesn't just lead you into the story
she grabs you and pulls you into the time era of the story... Love this Authur
not as attention grabber as other books I've read from Ms Miller

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