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3.51  ·  Rating Details ·  43 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
On the run and in search of a hideout, Tyler had come to the isolated farmhouse expecting to find an older lady in need of a helping hand. Instead he found Debra Nightsong, an independent young woman whose exotic beauty mesmerized him. He'd vowed not to take advantage of the situation he'd placed her in, but soon found himself regretting his words... . An outcast from her ...more
Paperback, 378 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Harlequin Books
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 Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)
Nightsong has languished on my tbr pile for years. I started it but put it down because I wasn't been in a mood to finish it at the time. Yesterday, I felt this strong urge to read a western. Those urges come on me, and I felt it best to indulge. My eyes fell on it tucked into the large bookshelf in my room, and I started reading it again. It was the right book for my present mood.

Nightsong has that feel that I enjoy in a historical western. Strong people living their lives, facing adversities,
Though Debra is a strong young woman, I find her to submissive when she falls for Tyler. I find the writing repettive. The romance could have been stretched further into the book. I don't find there was enough building of sexual tension. Also, some of the intitial situations that the protagonists were in truly made no sense.

There was a lot of good material to work with. The main characters were strong and likeable. The author gave an excellent sense of place and work on a farm. would have liked
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Carolyn Davidson creates a picture of what is happening in her books which sometimes makes them drag. But this one is quite a page turner. It has a little of everything in it encluding a lynch mog gang that came to kill her and her brother while her husband was gone. It tells how a half-breed is scorned both by indians and white people and the problems arising from that. It also shows that people can be kind.
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Carolyn Davidson began writing in 1986, knowing absolutely nothing about the craft. Her first three books were rejected by Harlequin.

She met Dixie Browning at a Harlequin dinner in Charleston, South Carolina, and told Dixie she was writing, but that she feared she was too old to begin such an undertaking. Dixie's response spurred Carolyn to pursue her dream. Dixie said, in her own inimitable fashi
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