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No Longer A Stranger

No Longer A Stranger Joan Johnston sweeps readers back to the untamed American West in a tale of powerful emotions and breathtaking action The Civil War was over but new dangers lay in wait across the open frontier

  • Title: No Longer A Stranger
  • Author: Joan Johnston
  • ISBN: 9780743469791
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • Joan Johnston sweeps readers back to the untamed American West in a tale of powerful emotions and breathtaking action 1865 The Civil War was over, but new dangers lay in wait across the open frontier Disguised as a boy in buckskins, pretty Rebecca Hunter wasn t afraid of any enemy who might cross her path in the Rocky Mountains She vowed never to belong to any manuJoan Johnston sweeps readers back to the untamed American West in a tale of powerful emotions and breathtaking action 1865 The Civil War was over, but new dangers lay in wait across the open frontier Disguised as a boy in buckskins, pretty Rebecca Hunter wasn t afraid of any enemy who might cross her path in the Rocky Mountains She vowed never to belong to any manuntil she met city bred Christopher Kincaid, the stranger she rescued from a fierce band of Sioux All too quickly she learned how powerful an attraction can be between a man and a woman No Indian ambush could scar Kincaid as deeply as the tragic loss and broken heart he suffered in the war Now, being nursed back to health by Reb in an isolated mountain cabin, he found himself coming alive with a powerful desire for her But how could he know that his mission for the government would jeopardize his chances of winning Reb s heart, bring down the wrath of a renegade Sioux chief, and test the lengths he d be willing to go to convince this passionate woman to stay beside him for all time

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    About "Joan Johnston"

    1. Joan Johnston

      Joan Johnston born Little Rock, Arkansas is a best selling American author of over forty contemporary and historical romance novels.Johnston was the third of seven children born to an Air Force sergeant and his music teacher wife She received a B.A in theatre arts from Jacksonville University in 1970, then earning an M.A in theatre from the University of Illinois, Urbana in 1971 She received a law degree with honors at the University of Texas at Austin in 1980 For the next five years, Johnston worked as an attorney, serving with the Hunton Williams firm in Richmond, Virginia, and with Squire, Sanders, Dempsey in Miami She has also worked as a newspaper editor and drama critic in San Antonio, Texas, and as a college professor at Southwest Texas Junior College, Barry University, and the University of Miami.Johnston is a member of the Authors Guild, Novelists, Inc Romance Writers of America, and Florida Romance Writers She has two children and one grandchild, and divides her time between two homes, in Colorado and Florida.Awards Paperbook Book Club of America s Book Rak Award twice Romantic Times Best Western Historical Series Award twice Romantic Times Best New Western Writer Romantic Times Best Historical Series Award twice The Maggie twice Romance Writers of America RITA Award finalist for The Disobedient Bride

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    1. Joan Johnston is one gifted storyteller. No Longer A Stranger is wonderful. Reb saves Kincaid from the danger of being killed by the Sioux, but at what price? Kincaid awakens to realize he is being treated by a young boy up in a mountainous cabin. Was it this young boy who shot him, to actually save him from a worst fate? Who can he trust? Who can Reb trust? Fast paced and a twist that changes everything Reb ever knew.


    2. I don't really get the other reviewers that said this book was only good for the first half. I thought that the action went prett much even keel throughout. I was, however, expecting another chapter after the last paragraph. I guess that there is probably a sequel?


    3. Typical Johnston. I ended up more interested in Morning Dove and Adam at the end of the book than I did in Reb and Kincaid.


    4. DNF'd at 34%. I wanted to like this book, really. This was my first try at historical fiction (romance, it’s honestly just a romance book set in the Wild West, but okay) because I heard it was good. But #1 and #3 just led this book review into full-on rant mode. So, if you'd like a long review for only the first 34% of this novel, here you go. 1. To begin, this book has the most ridiculous and honestly the stupidest paragraph I have ever read in any novel… ever. It’s so utterly ridiculous [...]


    5. I really liked the story line. Even though I didn't think I was gonna like a book that was not set to the present time, I really enjoyed reading it. I loved loved loved the characters.


    6. it,s about a sheltered girl who learns dome harsh facts about her life, falls in love and learns to trust the world and people around her


    7. I could not put the book down and even went into work late to finish it! I wish there would have been more story line after Reb decides to get all gussied up, but other than that I really liked the book.






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