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Winter Raven Mass Market Paperback – 1 Dec 2000
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The writing was repetitious and very predictable. She repeated what the character was thinking and doing over and over, almost like she was trying to fill space? The plot was jumbled and disorganized.
One minute the main character is asking to stay with friends after her mother's death and then the very next moment she has a half-baked idea to become a bounty hunter and rides off into the sunset.
The getting together of the two main characters was seen from a mile away and held no element of surprise to the reader. The premise could've been great, but too many inconsistencies got in the way and I was left many times shaking my head.
If you want a boring romance where the heroine hasn't got much of a brain and the hero is the 'I will save you even thohjgh you are kinda dumb' type of guy, then this is it, but if you're looking for a more intelligent and mature read, look elsewhere.
After Holly Winitizer's mother died from mysterious causes, she embarks on a journey to find the truth. Becoming a bounty hunter, she seeks out her prize, Jake Two Moons and goes into Montana only to find his twin brother Winter Raven instead who is also seeking him.
Together they forge a pact to find Jake, for different reasons. They should be enemies, but Raven can't deny the fact that he likes Holly and sees her goodness. Holly cannot believe Jake and Raven are twins, they are like night and day.
Crossing mountains and rivers to find justice and family, they rely on each other and try to find peach and love.
<P<Holly is the daughter of a bounty hunter who is assumed dead having never returned from a job. She learned his trade while observing her biological father in action during their nomadic early years. She needs money to track Rudolph in the Three Forks area of Montana and decides the wanted Jake Two Moons is the perfect criminal to attain the needed cash. Holly travels to Montana where she meets Jake's twin WINTER RAVEN, who is on a quest for his dying father. As Holly and Winter Raven become acquainted, they fall in love, but he needs a mother to help him raise his daughter Gros Vintres-style and she wonders if she can trust the sibling of her first target.
WINTER RAVEN is an exciting Americana romance due to its electrifying lead characters. The story line has an environmental theme that adds to the overall action-packed tale. Strong secondary players enhance the book although Rudolph's actions seem extreme. Still, Cassie Edwards' novel belongs to Holly and Winter Raven as their need for one another relies on the belief that they belong together and not betray one another.