A Woman's Touch

A Woman s Touch When Rebecca inherits the land her boss Kyle Stockbridge considers his land that is the object of a centuries old feud she absolutely refuses to sell out Especially after Kyle almost has her believi

  • Title: A Woman's Touch
  • Author: Jayne Ann Krentz
  • ISBN: 9781551663159
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Rebecca inherits the land her boss, Kyle Stockbridge, considers his land that is the object of a centuries old feud she absolutely refuses to sell out Especially after Kyle almost has her believing he loves her Rebecca knows that she s facing a modern day gunfighter, a throwback to the lawless time when men made their own rules in the Colorado wilderness And despWhen Rebecca inherits the land her boss, Kyle Stockbridge, considers his land that is the object of a centuries old feud she absolutely refuses to sell out Especially after Kyle almost has her believing he loves her Rebecca knows that she s facing a modern day gunfighter, a throwback to the lawless time when men made their own rules in the Colorado wilderness And despite Kyle s claim that their relationship is independent of the issue between them, she knows that selling the land won t solve all of their problems For that to happen, Kyle must prove his love.

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    1. I really liked this one , I laughed a few times and practically giggled my way through Rebecca and Kyle were very intriguing and fun to see together.I enjoyed the Stockbridge vs Ballard thing it was entertaining and quite hilarious most of the time.One of my favorites.

    2. Occasionally funny with moments approaching poignancy. Better transitions would have helped overall, I think, but I still enjoyed it. The heroine is smart and capable and recognized as such by herself and by the hero. The hero is closer to JAK's later standard of befuddled alpha with communication problems than the earlier douchecanoe rapist model.

    3. Not a great book. Very cheesy storyline. This type of book, I'm sad to say, is what gives Romance a bad name. It was good enough for me to want to know what happened and finish the book though, so it wasn't horrible. But definitely not something I would read again. It does have a copywrite date of 1989 so maybe that's why it wasn't great? Maybe. I've read other reviews and I have gathered that this author is usually pretty good, but this wasn't one of her better books. I might have to test that [...]

    4. Another Krentz with great characters and dialogue plus humor, this one was more difficult to like for some reason, but after re-reading it more than three times, I have found that it really grows on me. Each time I seem to enjoy it more than the last. But I can say that about all of her books, even the ones I've loved from first reading.

    5. rather old school. but still, a good read. a generational feud done pretty well. i also liked that the ow, Darla, isn't exactly "ow". sweet read. (the 'business world' and h being executive secretary is a little cringeworthy but still)

    6. First published in 1989, so a bit dated, but JAK was ahead of the times in that her heroines actually had brains, careers and weren't helpless virgins waiting for the man to rescue them. I prefer her later stand-alone novels to this one.

    7. Another oldie from JAK that I've just re-read. Technology is a bit dated with the usual JAK H/H relationship. Nice and short read.

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