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Big Plans by Aron Nels Steinke. Big Pulp Fall by Bill Olver, editor. Big Rapids City Directories. Big Skye Ranch. The publisher says it best when they write the following: In all her years as deputy sheriff, Shelby Kincaid never met a man as stubborn as Dakota Carson. 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….
Since being released, he's endured months of painful physical therapy…and brutal nightmares. He just hopes it's not too late…. A great play between characters as to how they grow and turn to each other for comfort. This book was great read and this little synopsis by the publisher, while great, doesn't go into the depth that I find in the book. I can see reading it again and again. Jul 25, dbbks3 rated it it was ok Shelves: adventure , romance-contempory. A slow moving book especially for an adventure based romance. If the romance had been steamier, the lumbering story would have had at least had some upbeat parts.
I did like that the female MC was strong and could handle herself in dangerous situations. She was also an excellent tracker. It was also good to see a book attempt to deal with PTSD, but it did not go deep enough. Easy cure is not realistic.
I liked the wolf a lot. The last part of the book was a set up for the next one. Hit me over t A slow moving book especially for an adventure based romance. Hit me over the head with it! Usually a book will introduce characters and let the reader get to know them and begin to want to know the other character's story. No, the author had to tell us about the character and his problems. That was part of the problem with the whole book, we were "told about" instead of sharing the events. I wanted more. Jul 09, Susan rated it it was amazing. Something about the wounded hero that drags you in from the very first scene and the fact that the female lead is sone-one who comes to the heroes rescue certainly didnt hurt either.
Love when two strong independent characters meet and you can almost feel the heat. Well worth keeping and reading again. Apr 30, Wayne Jordan rated it it was amazing. I've always loved Ms. McKenna's work. She is an awesome and talented author. The Loner is a perfect example of Ms.
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McKenna at her best. While there is lots of action, this story is a story about to scarred, tortured individuals, who finds love and in the process start to heal. View all 4 comments.
Jun 15, Robin rated it really liked it. I loved this book. Great story, and as usual well written. Of course there is the mandatory background preachiness is that a word? Dec 31, Janet Robel rated it liked it. I liked the characters and plot. Shelby and Dakota had me reading because I found them interesting. I'm reading this series all out of order, but this is perfectly fine as a standalone.
Oct 17, Marilyn rated it it was amazing Shelves: contemporary-fiction , my-favories-five-star-likes , series-books , got-to-read-frist , military-uniform-romance , books. It was a lot of action. It was was written in a beautiful place.. The story of two hurt people healing each other. I like that Ms. McKenna really helps me learn more about our service men and women. I look forward to her next book.
Apr 19, Rhonda rated it really liked it. This is no exception. Dakota is an ex-navy seal dealing with PTSD.
So he lives high up in the Teton mountains in a cabin no running water. He hunts for most of his food. He found a wolf pup that a bear killed his whole family and Dakota rescued and raised him.