Force Of Nature [NOOK Book]

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TAMING A SAVAGE LOVE…

Twenty years ago, Hunter Wolfe vanished in Denali, Alaska, after a near-fatal plane crash…and was never found. Until sexy photojournalist Hannah Westmoreland, hot on the trail of a story, discovered a rugged man amongst the snow-capped mountains…then took him home.

Secluded in her remote cabin, Hannah and Hunter spent their days discovering a primal passion as fierce and fiery as the midsummer sun. And it was Hannah's ...

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Force Of Nature

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Overview


TAMING A SAVAGE LOVE…

Twenty years ago, Hunter Wolfe vanished in Denali, Alaska, after a near-fatal plane crash…and was never found. Until sexy photojournalist Hannah Westmoreland, hot on the trail of a story, discovered a rugged man amongst the snow-capped mountains…then took him home.

Secluded in her remote cabin, Hannah and Hunter spent their days discovering a primal passion as fierce and fiery as the midsummer sun. And it was Hannah's relentless love that slowly brought Hunter back to civilization. But when society made her lone Wolfe feel like a caged animal, would Hannah set him free, forsaking the only love she'd ever known?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460311424
  • Publisher: Silhouette
  • Publication date: 12/17/2012
  • Series: Westmoreland Diaries , #1461
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 839,633
  • File size: 1,019 KB

Meet the Author

Peggy Webb

Bestselling author Peggy Webb has written 61 books, 200 magazine columns and a screenplay. Peggy plays piano and writes blues songs. A native of Mississippi and former adjunct professor of writing, Peggy had a book submitted for a 2007 Pulitzer.

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  • Posted December 15, 2008

    6 out of 10

    Force of Nature was my very first romance novel. It was okay. I think it is part of a series and I was never interested enough to find out. It's one of those books you would read if you came acrossed it at a yard sale.

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