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Overview

Holly Fisher opens her door one day and finds her estranged sister Hannah standing there with a glassy look and her nine-month old baby on her hip. Before Holly knows what is happening, Hannah has left her baby with Holly and disappeared. Three months later, fresh out of rehab for addiction to painkillers, Hannah shows up sober, contrite, and wanting her son back. But Holly is in love with the baby and not willing to give him up to the mother who abandoned him.

Into the middle of this extraordinary conflict between two sisters walks a lonesome cowboy, Wyatt Clark (Summer of Two Wishes) who knows a thing or two about childcare and fractured families. He’s had his own troubles and has stayed away from women the last couple of years, but he can’t resist Holly and the baby. But when Holly is delivered a devastating blow and returns the baby to his mother, Holly is too distraught to continue her relationship with Wyatt. It will take an extraordinary turn from Hannah to bring Holly and Wyatt together so that they both may find the happiness that has eluded them.

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"A passionate, arresting story that you wish would never end."
- Robyn Carr, New York Times bestselling author of Paradise Valley
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From Eloisa James's "READING ROMANCE" column on The Barnes & Noble Review


Most women would agree that it's preferable to be labeled a goddess than "hardheaded." It's true that Cat Stevens celebrates his hardheaded woman -- she'll "make me do my best" -- but Elvis Presley has a different take, calling her "a thorn in the side of man." Love songs aside, a man with a "head like a rock" is not high on my list of ideal spouses. However, these five novels make a strong play for the desirability of a stubborn partner. The problem is that a hardheaded person is likely to have planned out his or her life without including you. And he or she is unlikely to want to change direction.

Julia London's A Light At Winter's End is a complex and heartbreaking novel about a country western songwriter, Holly Fisher, whose sister has a breakdown and dumps her baby on Holly's doorstep. Heather graduated valedictorian, married the perfect man, and wears diamonds and heels. Holly, on the other hand, has stubbornly kept writing country music her entire life, in the face of her family's conviction that she's a drifter and a failure. Holly's career is finally taking off when she has to move to the country to take care of the nephew she hardly knows. Her neighbor turns out to be a lonely cowboy, Wyatt Clark, who knows more about babies than she does, since his wife left him, taking their child. Together Holly and Wyatt forge a sweet, tentative, and joyful family -- until Heather reappears. When Holly, sans baby, is swept off to Nashville, she leaves Wyatt behind. She's spent her whole life fighting to be a singer, and she can't imagine changing direction -- even just to include Wyatt in her plans. It takes her quite a while to realize that she'd been a fool to think that her life had to go as planned. When she tells Wyatt that she misses him, that she loves him more than anything, "more than music," it's doubly romantic because we've watched her fight so hard against that realization.

Jill Mansell's Staying at Daisy's features another woman whose stubbornness almost costs her a happy future. Daisy MacLean's husband was in a car crash with the girlfriend Daisy knew nothing about -- and who turned out to be pregnant. So Daisy avoids charming men like her former husband, especially Dev Tyzack, a sarcastic, gorgeous man with the habit of saying things like, "You know, if you relaxed more, I'm sure you could find a husband." Daisy doesn't kill him on the spot, which is a tribute to her self-control. But her self-control is also the problem: she can't relax enough to admit that Dev might break the mold. Like Holly, Daisy cannot picture a future other than the one she has planned for herself. It takes a head like a rock to inform Dev that now they've had their fling, "you and I will never see each other again, and we'll all live happily ever after." But in her blow-off is the clue to the hardheaded person's primary mistake: they have already decided exactly how to live happily ever after. It's not easy for Daisy to take the plunge and realize that a safe life is not necessarily a happy one.

Cathie Linz's hero in Bad Girls Don't knows exactly what he doesn't want in his life: chaos. Skye Wright, a single mom, belly dancer, and self-proclaimed free spirit embodies chaos. Sheriff Nathan Thornton is repelled by the very idea of a girl with a purse full of unpaid driving tickets, and the conviction that waving a smudge stick around her apartment will "cleanse" it. Too bad this former Marine's commonsense is overruled by fierce desire. This is an enchanting novel, full of funny characters and -- at its heart -- a stubborn man who does his best to resist when Skye dances her way into his life. As with Daisy, there's a tragedy at the heart of Noah's stubborn wish to color within the lines. And in her own way, Skye is just as hardheaded: she wouldn't have considered a policeman as a boyfriend in a million years. But as she says, Noah doesn't "kiss like an uptight cop." Noah and Skye bring out the best in each other: he grounds her, and she takes the edge off his cautious approach. If you haven't discovered this happy, funny book, grab it -- and then save it for a rainy day.

Tamara Hogan's Taste Me offers a fascinating riff on a similar couple. Scarlett Fontaine is a rock star with all that label entails -- fans, grueling tours, amazing musical ability, a wild lifestyle. Lukas Sebastiani is a lot closer to Noah. He's not a cop -- and since this is set in a paranormal parallel universe, he's actually an incubus -- but as head of Sebastiani Security, he has a cop mentality with, as he puts it, "control issues." He doesn't want to be with Scarlett because he can't be absolutely certain that he can protect her: "Intellectually, he knew that he had to step back, let her take risks, to live her life -- beautiful, wild, and free." This makes Scarlett sound a bit like a lioness in Born Free, but Lukas's and Scarlett's clash is classic. Where Scarlett sees a shooting star, Lukas sees space debris hitting the atmosphere. Taste Me is a fantasy, with a secondary plot that involves a crazed murderer with a possession problem. But the fun of the story isn't merely in its paranormal flourishes (though the co-existence of Annie Leibowitz and fairies is a burst of creative anachronism) but in the collision of two hardheaded people. Both Taste Me and Bad Girls Don't make it clear that airy-fairy, politically correct girls can be just as narrow-minded as the obstinate, conservative men who long to keep them safe.

Molly Harper's How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf pushes the pairing of a free-spirited heroine and a hero with uncanny abilities and over-protective instincts to hilarious extremes. Mo Weinstein has dropped everything in her life, put her belongings in a beat-up Ford, and rented a tiny house in Grundy, Alaska -- as far from her parents and the "lower 48" as possible. In short, she's the epitome of a free spirit, although she desperately wants to deny that her hippie parents had anything to do with her choices. Mo's first rebellion had her almost married to a Christian Conservative with membership in the Steak of the Month club; her second takes her to Alaska. She meets Cooper Graham as soon she enters Grundy. He's the opposite of the "normal" man she hopes to find: he's a werewolf who hates back-to-nature weirdos (read "free spirits"). And Mo realizes, with a sinking heart, that he's just her type: "That cinched it. He was an asshole. I was definitely going to end up sleeping with him." How to Flirt is a rollicking, sweet novel that made me laugh aloud. Cooper is the epitome of a stubborn male, determined to stay far away from Mo until he's certain he can protect her. But it's really Mo's wise-cracking, hilarious voice that makes this novel such a pleasure to read.

There's a canonical base to each of these novels, obviously: opposites attract. But I think the real pleasure of watching an obstinate man or woman fall in love is that they try so passionately to avoid it -- and that burst of emotion makes for great romance. When Lukas, in Taste Me, finally succumbs to the lust and love he's been fighting, Scarlett says he "tasted of coffee and desperation": that desperation is a reader's treat. It's hard not to finish reading these five novels and find yourself agreeing with Cat Stevens: once a hardheaded man (or woman) stops fighting the conviction that he don't want you, "the rest of your life will be blessed."




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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781451606843
  • Publisher: Pocket Books
  • Publication date: 2/22/2011
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 400
  • Product dimensions: 3.94 (w) x 6.72 (h) x 1.06 (d)

Meet the Author

JULIA LONDON is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of numerous historical romance and women’s fiction novels. She is a four-time finalist for the prestigious Romance Writers of America’s RITA Award for excellence in romantic fiction. A native Texan, Julia lives in Austin. You can write to her at P.O. Box 228, Georgetown, TX 78627, or email her at julia@julialondon.com.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2012

    Fawn(join?)

    A pretty brown shecat with white dapples on her bottom walks into camp. Her tiof the tail is white. May i join

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2011

    Not what I was hoping for

    Although this was a well written book by Julia London, I must say that I was disappointed. This book seems to be more of Holly and Hannah's story, rather then Wyatt's. Which I was really looking foward to reading more about him after finishing A Summer of two wishes. And I was also disappointed in the spice factor of this book, not much there at all. I would not tell anyone not to read it, It just wasn't what I personally was hoping for. I will continue to read all of Julia London's book's, because she is a good writer.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2012

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    She kept her face expretionless ans she began to go to result eight. After turning she took off at full sprint

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    Posted November 27, 2012

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    So may i be deputy

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    Disappointed cats...

    Shakes his head in disgust. "No-one has rp'd in over a week. Come on, Lunarkit. We're leaving." Grabs the kit by the scruff in his teeth and they make the treacherous journey to join BreezeClan.

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    Posted November 29, 2012

    Kit

    Willowkit turns. "The wolf, Aisha, was sent by her pack to watch over us. I can teach you all wolf." She says

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    Posted November 28, 2012

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    Posted December 23, 2012

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    Anyone still here?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2012

    Wonderful story...a MUST read!!

    Really enjoyed reading this book. Amazing story line that really made you think about what you would do if you where in the same shoes as these characters. Well written.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2012

    Loved it

    Hperales, February 10, 2012

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  • Posted December 1, 2011

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    great

    a light at winters end by julia london
    Hannah who's heavily been taking drugs has left her son with Holly telling her that her husband has left her and she is leaving (going into rehab). Holly loves the baby even though it's a disruption of her life. Hannah's husband won't come get the baby either, tells her she can still write her songs and handle it.

    Holly heads back to the house where her mom lived, she left it all to her. She meets her neighbor while trying to take care of Mason and to continue with her writing of songs.
    Wyatt is a helpful neighbor=checking on her chimney, gas oven, fences, etc

    he gets weekend visits with his daughter and they have playdates and become very well acquainted with one another. Her sister is going through rehab and seems to be healing.
    Through their struggles Holly takes his advice and furthers her songwriting skills.
    It is made all complete by the end with some turnabouts.
    I rate this a 5 as so many things are brought up and dealt with that only a strong character
    could achieve.

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  • Posted May 22, 2011

    I am a big fan of julia london, and was really looking forward to the rest of wyatts story, which began in a summer of two wishes. I was slightly disappointed.....holly was not a likeable character, the romance between the two was a little lackluster, but still a good read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2011

    Not what I expected

    I had high expectations for A Light at Winter's End because I really liked Summer of Two Wishes. Wyatt was left with a broken heart and I was hoping he would find his soulmate in this book. I did not like Holly, the heroine. She is self absorbed, whiny, and plain unlikeable throughout much of the book. She only redeemed herself because she was able to finally become an adult and help raise her nephew while her sister Hannah checked herself into rehab for pain pill addiction. Julia London did not do Hannah justice. Her obvious love for her son should have at least been acknowledged by the author in a better light. Having Hannah just "leave" her baby with Holly while acting like a wild woman with not a care in the world just is out of character for Hannah. Also, because of how strange Hannah was acting, Holly should have known something was wrong instead of screeching that Hannah was ruining her life and she could not possibly watch her nephew because of her current obligations. Hannah was the perfect wife, daughter, and mother, but succumbs to pain pills to help her get through with all she was responsible for. Holly only helped their mom when it was convenient for her, never mind the fact that Hannah worked, has a family to take care of.

    Hannah would have been a better love interest for Wyatt: both tortured souls looking for a second chance at love (Hannah's husband cheated on her several times and finally left her). Holly just isn't a strong enough woman for Wyatt. Overall, this book lacked memorable characters, rather forgetable characters, except for Hannah.

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  • Posted February 23, 2011

    AN EMOTIONAL,TENDER STORY OF LOVE AND FORGIVENESS! A LIGHT AT WINTER'S END BY JULIA LONDON!!

    A LIGHT AT WINTER'S END BY JULIA LONDON is a contemporary romance set in present day Texas. It is the sequel to "Summer Of Two Wishes",but can be read as a stand alone. It is well written with depth,details and twists and turns. It has family conflict,romance, love, childcare,fractured families,forgiveness,drug addiction,following dreams,coming to terms with the past, finding your place in the world, finding true love and happiness. The characters are realistic,engaging,charming and will leave you wanting more. This is a tender story of love,forgiveness,making heartbreaking decisions,leaving the past behind and moving forward to the future.If you enjoy an emotional roller coaster ride,a tender love story,a sweet reunion and family in crisis coming together than this is a story for you.BE WARNED you will need tissues handy.I would recommend this story.This book was received for the purpose of review from Galley Books Blog and the publisher and details can be found at Pocket Books,a division of Simon & Schuster,Inc. and My Book Addiction and More.

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  • Posted January 27, 2011

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    This sequel is a super character driven Texas romance

    Heartbroken Wyatt Clark watched his wife Macy leave him to return to her first husband Finn Lockhart, who had been mistakenly reported dead by an IED in Afghanistan (see Summer of Two Wishes). Wyatt spends the next two years moving back and forth between anger as he brought Macy back to life after she learned her Finn died and self pity as he believed Macy owed him. He remains in isolation on his Texas ranch.

    In Austin, Texas Holly Fisher has dreamed of being a songwriter for a long time. Now the time is right to begin her career. However, her aspirations are put on hold when her estranged sister, Hannah, a drug addict, arrives with a baby. She dumps Mason on Holly before leaving to enter a rehab program. Holly takes Mason with her as she goes to the Fisher family spread, next door to the silent sourpuss Wyatt. As she falls for Wyatt and Mason, she wonders whether a love song can do her feelings justice only reality turns her lyrics to How can You Mend a Broken Heart (BeeGees).

    This sequel is a super character driven Texas romance starring a mentally wounded rancher who understands Nazareth's Love Hurts so refuses to go back on the horse that threw him and a nurturing woman who puts her aspirations aside to care for her one year old nephew. Filled with angst due to realistic characters, readers will enjoy A Light At Winter's End though it helps to understand Wyatt better by reading his previous heartbreaking appearance in Summer of two Wishes.

    Harriet Klausner

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