Her Dakota Man

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Poppy Ericksen left South Dakota years ago because she couldn’t bear to watch the man she loved loving another woman. She'll keep the deathbed promise she made to a friend, but will Logan McKinnon, the only man she'd ever loved, understand when he learns the truth about what really happened all those years ago? Can they recapture the passion that had been between them all those years ago? More

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About Lisa Mondello

I'm a self described romance and music junky. I writer just about every kind of romance story out there. I'm currently writing Inspirational fiction for Harlequin Love Inspired Romance, but have my backlist of books ready to self publish. My Fate with a Helping Hand in Massachusetts series will be published in the fall of 2011.

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Review by: Nora Black on Nov. 12, 2013 :
Charming! Without doubt this story is the epitome of the word. Dissect the life of a man who has tried with everything in him to love a woman he is honor bound to love, but does not, and you are certainly going to come up with an emotionally evocative tale that will pull at the heart strings and jerk more than a single tear to roll unchecked down the cheek. Logan Is all earthy goodness, he is your typical robust farm boy, but with a heart of gold. Poppy, is the maligned love of Logan's life, but their unity has been divided by a woman they were both friends with, who has sadly passed from the world leaving only secrets, betrayal and a tiny innocent boy in her wake.

Kelly, Logan's dead wife, and Poppy's ex-bestfriend, had a dying wish--she begged Poppy to go back to her home town from her fast paced New York lifestyle to face the only man she has ever loved, but Kelly harbored a dark secret. The suspense built around this hidden knowledge is brilliantly handled by the author. The book insists on being devoured for this reason alone, nevertheless, it is by far and away not the only thing that makes this read a thrilling page turner. No! The relationships between the main protagonists and the sub-characters are well developed and realistic enough to pull the reader in unbidden. This is a slow burn romance with all the good bits a tale of its genre should have with a whole spade more. A very enjoyable old fashioned romance with loads of modern infused into the fabric of the work to render it an entirely current, un-put-downable book.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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