Sunday, November 15, 2009

RT REVIEW: Her Colorado Man

HER COLORADO MAN by Cheryl St. John
RT Rating: 4 STARS
Category: HISTORICAL
Setting: 1882 Colorado
Publisher: HARLEQUIN
Published: December 2009

St. John's strong yet sweet romance is peopled by characters readers will care about...the lesson St. John teaches in the subplot about abuse touches the heart.


Summary:

Mariah Burrows has everything she wants: a position in her family's brewery, a wonderful son and a large, loving family. True, she is living a lie; there is no Mr. Burrows off in the Alaskan gold fields, just an old friend who writes letters to her son. After an accident, miner Wes Burrows discovers he has a "son" and decides to come "home" for his wife and child. Wes simply wants the boy to have a father, but once he meets the headstrong, beautiful Mariah, he wants more then a pretend marriage. To her surprise, Mariah likes Wes. He fits in with her family and slowly makes his way into her heart. Though she is happy, her sister-in-law is suffering, and when things go from bad to worse, Mariah realizes the kind of wonderful man she has.


(HARLEQUIN, Dec., 300 pp., $5.99)—Kathe Robin

6 comments:

  1. Congrats on the review! I can't wait to read this!! Is it out in stores yet?

    xoxo~ Renee

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  2. It's not in stores yet, but you can preorder if you do eharlequin or amazon

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  3. Congrats on the review. I love your books. I have this one on my to get list. Blessings.
    tarenn98[at]yahoo[dot]com

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