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Unforgettable by Rosanne Bittner (1994-01-01) Mass Market Paperback – 1766
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Another winner by Bittner!4 June 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
I am addicted to Rosanne Bittner's books. Read a lot and am afraid going to have all of her books read before long. Like the length of her books, the story lines, the descriptions she uses. The sexual content, is not on every page like in some other authors books and can skip over that if you really don't like any details.
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Unforgettable!31 August 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
As usual, Ms. Bittner does not disappoint as she takes us on a memorable journey of love, hope and healing - from the Orphan Trains bringing children westward, straight into the chaos, greed and dangers of a booming land rush in Oklahoma. Ally and Ethan come from entirely different worlds, but both are all too accustomed to the harsher reality of what life had to offer an orphan and a man of mixed blood during this period of history. Ally refuses to abandon her dream to become successful, even when it damages the fragile trust between her and Ethan. Through time and distance, destiny continues to bring these two together for a final showdown in Cripple Creek, where they find themselves battling against their past and those who seek to destroy them both.
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Never Boring or Slow27 June 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
This is a light book but the author does a nice job describing the main characters' determination to rise above the difficult circumstances they were born into. It is filled with action and adventure, loss and the strength they needed to plow through the heartbreaks of life. The frontier is described in a way that helps us understand what it took for settlers and Indians to survive and prosper in our country. It helped me understand the amazing self reliance of our western kinfolk.
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A tine bit less good than most Rosanne Bittner books.27 July 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
This book was a bit slow reading than most Rosanne Bittner Books. I would not say it wasn't as good as most of her books. But it was definitely not quite as good.The woman Ally Mills told so many lie through the book. It did not reach a really good part until the very few last .pages. Just a tiny bit disappointing. Although I have never read many books by Rosanne Bittner that were not good.
Unforgettable characters.....28 April 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
I wanted to quit reading this book so many times but I forced myself to finish the story. This is the first time that I couldn't stand the heroine, especially since the hero was such a honest, nice person. I really wanted the hero to find another love interest, but oh well...not one of my favorite books from this author. Love her other books and will keep reading....