Wild Honey [Meadowlark Trilogy Book 3]
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by Carolyn Lampman
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction EPIC eBook Award Finalist, Fallen Angel Reviews Recommended Read, Road to Romance Reviewer's Choice Award Winner, National Reader's Choice Award Winner, RITA Award Finalist, Coeur Du Bois Heart of Romance Award Winner
Description: Her whole life Alaina Ellinson has longed for adventure, but nothing is less likely in her quiet little home town. Then, a long forgotten photograph surfaces and changes everything. Reeling from the shock that the very fabric of her life is a lie, Alaina sets off to find a piece of herself she's never even known existed. When Jared Brady promises to escort Alaina to his sister in Wyoming, he has no idea what he is letting himself in for. From the moment the two meet, the sparks fly. But when circumstances strand the two of them in the mountains running from an army of outlaws, they must put their differences aside and depend on each other to survive. Facing death at every turn strips away their defenses. Unexpected passions flare, and they discover love may be the biggest challenge of all. AWARDS: Winner of the National Reader's Choice Award Coeur Du Bois Heart of Romance Award Finalist for the RITA Award The Road To Romance Reviewer's Choice Award March 2004 WCP Publisher's Pick Award for "Wild Honey"
eBook Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press, 2004 WHISKEY CREEK PRESS
eBookwise Release Date: February 2005
32 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [455 KB]
Reading time: 314-440 min.
"I think Carolyn Lampman is brilliant! Wild Honey is not only well written and true to the time but she brings her historical characters to life. By the end of the book you'll be crying for Alaina and Jared and wanting Susan to end up in another mud puddle. A definite must read for any historical romance reader! 5 Hearts!"--Angel, The Romance Studio
"If I had to sum up Wild Honey in just a sentence or two, I'd say it reminds me of some of the old Saturday morning westerns I used to watch on T.V. when I was a much younger person (*ahem* I won't say how long ago because that would give my age away *G*). There's adventure, dangerous desperadoes, tender moments, and high-strung tension ... and plenty of interesting characters to keep you reading nicely along."--Nancy, Romance Reader At Heart
"Are you sure the satchel's up here, Papa?" Alaina's voice drifted down from the loft.
The blacksmith looked up and grinned. "Ja, I'm pretty sure it is. I remember your Mama putting it up there when Grandpa still owned the shop. Nobody's used it since."
"That's because nobody in this town ever goes anywhere." There was grunt, then the sound of crates sliding along the wooden floor. Garrick Ellinson watched the dust drift down from the ceiling for a moment, then shook his head and went back to work.
"I'll bet there isn't a satchel or a valise to be found in this whole blasted town," Alaina grumbled.
"Better not let your Mama hear you talking like that. She'll wash your mouth out."
"I know, I'm sorry. It's just so frustrating. Nobody ever wonders what the rest of the world is like."
"That's because this is their world. Just about everybody in town was born here," Garrick pointed out.
"Everybody but me."