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The Lawman's Vow

3.48 of 5 stars 3.48  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Lawman Flynn O'Rourke swore he'd bring his sister's killer to justice. So when suspect Aaron Cragun is identified, Flynn will do anything, even rent a boat and sail to Cragun's remote home himself, to find him. But Flynn doesn't anticipate the storm that wrecks his boat, the injury that erases his memory…, or the beautiful woman who rescues him. Sweet Sylvie is lovely and ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published February 21st 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Virginia Campbell
"The Lawman's Vow", by Elizabeth Lane, took me on a grand romantic adventure to the beautifully rugged Northern California Coast of the mid-nineteenth century! Flynn O'Rourke is a tough as nails San Francisco lawman determined to bring his sister's murderer to justice. He thinks the killer is Aaron Cragun, a salvage and scrap dealer with a less than stellar reputation, so he sets sail for Cragun's home on the coast. A violent storm wrecks Flynn's boat, and he awakens with no memory of who he is, ...more
Amnesia plot, only this time its the guy. Why was 'Ishmael' headed up the coast? Is he married, engaged? Wose ring is he wearing?
He's pulled from the sea on SanFran coast by a young woman and her much younger half brother. Their dad's late back from a trip to SF.
When 2 yahoos come looking for the dad, they recognize Ishmael but plan dastardly things for the herione. Of course after Ishmael's rescue, the two become closer and HEA down the road.
Easy going read, but no great sparks.
Linda Broday
Great story! I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. Lots of suspense coupled with excellent characters. Flynn O'Rourke washes up on a beach with no memory of who he is or why he's there. And of course, he's saved by beautiful and sweet Sylvie Cragun. This is such a tender love story that develops as they battle to survive. This will go on my keeper shelf for sure.
Crystal S
It wasn't terrible, but it was definitely not anything special either. The characters were bland and boring. The suspense was weak. It kind of dragged a bit in the middle. It was just ok.
For a complete review, visit Affaire de Coeur magazine, print edition or online, March 2012 issue.
Liked the storyline, sister and brother liking in an upside down ship made into a house.
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