She seeks a home. He seeks redemption. What they find is each other.
Leah Mundy has spent her life dashing from town to town, one step ahead of her father’s dreadful reputation. Now, she wants to create a home for herself and build a medical practice in Coupeville, a cozy village nestled amid the majestic isles and mountains of Washington Territory. But her neighbors are loath to trust a newcomer, especially a woman doing a man’s work.
On the run for a crime he didn’t commit but can’t deny, Jackson Underhill is desperate when he holds Leah at gunpoint. He needs her doctoring to mend his wounds, but he soon realizes that she is also capable of healing his soul. But Jackson has been hardened by life as an outlaw, and Leah knows that a future together is impossible…unless they confront his past and learn to trust the redeeming power of love.
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Light weight but with a good narration
The heroine was a very unappealing young woman, deliberately isolating herself from society because she would not deal with her past constructively in spite of her intelligence.
The conflict between the heroine and the anti-hero's ward was just too much over the top -- the heroine was locked into her misery and the ward had too many psychological issues of her own with which to deal.
Did not have a favorite scene.
Maybe, as I do like stories set in the 19th century American west.
The narration was by far the best part of this book, with Joyce Bean doing a masterful job on both male and female voices. She is very talented!
- Ms Winston
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