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Down From The Mountain

3.39  ·  Rating Details  ·  18 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
The surprise of his life awaited David Hartwell at the top of the Montana mountain; besides a sprawling mansion, he'd also inherited his late father's ward. Beautiful, enticing Ellen Candler didn't flee at the sight of his scarred face. Because she couldn't see it.
Paperback, Silhouette Special Edition #1595, 251 pages
Published February 2004 by Silhouette
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Judy
Mar 06, 2016 Judy rated it liked it
First, let me say that there are good things about this book. The hero and heroine are types (wounded hero/blind heroine) that I normally like. The cast of secondary characters is superb and well-drawn. The resolution of Ellen's surgery was surprising (and unusual for a romance novel). And, individually, I felt for the two main characters and enjoyed seeing them both come "down from the mountain" as the book progressed.

What I didn't always get was how they acted towards each other. David's high-
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Kay
Jan 27, 2012 Kay rated it really liked it
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This was a very emotional story. David is a man who's tortured himself for years that no woman could ever love him. And he'd made himself almost a hermit. Ellen has a love of life and her confidence in herself is strong. Except when it comes to David. The signals he sends her are so contrary she's never sure what his moods will be. She does know that somewhere deep inside, David is a good man with a good heart. Very emotional. Very well done.
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Mar 30, 2011 Andrea rated it liked it
An okay story but mostly I wanted to just reach in and smack both the main leads.
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