Embodying each character with unique voicing, Romy Nordlinger's performances in Lonewolf's Woman are engrossing - in addition to sensual. The close attention to the development of the lead characters - especially in regard their hesitant but wildly flourishing love affair - make this audiobook an even more gripping romance.
In this touching fish-out-of-water romance, author Deborah Camp explores Elise St. John's movement from debutant, to farmer's wife. Occurring from a desperate attempt to keep her family together, by marrying the titular hero - a gorgeous, but recently widowed half Apache man - who was slated to adopt her little sister. Though a marriage in name only, their lust spurs on to become much more.
Orphaned, penniless, and determined to keep her family together, Elise St. John hastily arranges to marry the half-Apache Missouri landowner Blade Lonewolf, who has agreed to adopt her younger sister. It is a marriage in name only, intended to make the unconventional adoption acceptable.
But as they try to form a family - a Baltimore debutante who can’t even cook and an outcast Indian whose heart is closed to love - they are beset by needs and desires they never anticipated. Living with Blade becomes a sweet torment. His vitality awakens Elise in a desire that’s too dangerous to acknowledge - but just as impossible to ignore. For Blade, true love becomes a tantalizing promise held just out of reach. It is only when they are in greatest danger of losing everything that they find the fulfillment of their most splendid dreams.
©1995 Deborah Camp (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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