North Country Man [NOOK Book]

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Some call him hermit Others call him hero Noah Saari is a North Country Man

A few years ago, Noah left the woods of Michigan, ready to make a difference in the world. After a tragic accident, he came back?blamed by some, pitied by others, misunderstood by all. Now the only thing he wants is to be left alone.

Then one night, Claire Levander stumbles across his path. Claire's not made for the backwoods?she's a businesswoman whose idea of the ...

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North Country Man

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Overview


Some call him hermit Others call him hero Noah Saari is a North Country Man

A few years ago, Noah left the woods of Michigan, ready to make a difference in the world. After a tragic accident, he came back—blamed by some, pitied by others, misunderstood by all. Now the only thing he wants is to be left alone.

Then one night, Claire Levander stumbles across his path. Claire's not made for the backwoods—she's a businesswoman whose idea of the perfect vacation spot is a well-stocked resort. And although he doesn't know it, she has a plan that could change the lives of the few people in his hometown he still cares about. Even worse is the fact that she just might change his.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459240636
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 4/16/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 722,993
  • File size: 713 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2002

    This Moutain Man is No Bigfoot

    NORTH COUNTRY MAN is not just another Tarzan and Jane story. This is about a former Smokejumper who has become a recluse in the sparse country of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Noah Saari is seen by few but stories of his eccentric life style abound._____________ Enter Claire Levander, a representative of a company that wants to purchase a Bed and Breakfast in the U.P. She wasn¿t sure what to expect when she comes to visit Alouette and stay at the B&B, but she immediately encounters Noah and is attracted to him and wonders about him. His closest companion seems to be a bear and other assorted animals. Certainly not someone a city girl like Claire should be attracted to. Their relationship develops fast, yet slow, and is burning hot. Like a sauna. :) ____They like one another, but know that her stay there is short term and that he has a lot to deal with from his past. Despite the obvious obstacles, this couple makes you want to root for them, as they both deserve to be together and are a perfect match for one another. ____ I enjoyed this entertaining story. What makes this so entertaining is the characters and the surroundings are so real and endearing. From Cassia, who is in a wheelchair and a spitfire, to the animals that Noah takes care of and of course, to the elderly couple who run the B&B and the other inhabitants of Bay House and Alouette. There is also a bit of suspense thrown in that causes the town to band together and fight. And of course, a bit of comedy and satire that is the trademark of this author. Carrie Alexander has weaved an intriguing and entertaining story of an area that I have never seen, with sights and sounds depicted so real and she certainly now makes me want to visit.______I can also see potential future stories about the citizens of Alouette Michigan that can make this book one of a series of highly enjoyable stories. Pick up this book, grab some peanuts, sit down and start reading NORTH COUNTRY MAN.

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