The Loner

The Loner

Book - 2013
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"In all her years as deputy sheriff, Shelby Kincaid never met a man as stubborn as Dakota Carson. Practically eaten by a grizzly bear and still that man insists on returning, alone, to his isolated cabin in the Tetons. Shelby's not even sure why it ruffles her-but she suspects it has a lot to do with the instant, powerful connection she feels with Dakota. If only he'd let down his guard with her. Ten years as a Navy SEAL took its toll on Dakota's body, his mind and his heart. Since being released, he's endured months of painful physical therapy ... and brutal nightmares. Dakota wants nothing more than to hide from the world, so why does Shelby's gentle presence suddenly make him question his seclusion? But when Shelby's life is threatened, Dakota knows his warrior spirit won't hide any longer. He just hopes it's not too late"--Page 4 of cover.
Publisher: Don Mills, Ontario : Harlequin HQN, ©2013
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9780373777723
Branch Call Number: PAPERBACK Romance McK
Characteristics: 378 pages ; 17 cm


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Aug 29, 2013

The subject matter (PTSD) is worthy of a better story than this. Yes the armed forces should be respected, and those in the specialised teams are capable of much more than your average person, but this is an unrealistic, fawning story. The hero is superhuman and excels at everything and the supposedly smart strong heroine can't figure out that someone might want to take revenge on her and lets him take the lead on search and rescues under her jurisdiction not to mention other plot difficulties.


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