The Trapper [NOOK Book]

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WITH HIM, SHE FELT AS WILD AS THE WEST HE CALLED HOME

Wealthy socialite Eleanor Hart has all her naive illusions shattered by the rugged trapper Tanner Price, a man so direct and passionate it is hard for her not to be the same. Having found forbidden pleasure in Tanner's arms, how can Eleanor ever return to the privileged prison of a world she's left behind?

Tanner has seen much in his life—but never anything to rival Eleanor Hart, a woman so...

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The Trapper

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Overview


WITH HIM, SHE FELT AS WILD AS THE WEST HE CALLED HOME

Wealthy socialite Eleanor Hart has all her naive illusions shattered by the rugged trapper Tanner Price, a man so direct and passionate it is hard for her not to be the same. Having found forbidden pleasure in Tanner's arms, how can Eleanor ever return to the privileged prison of a world she's left behind?

Tanner has seen much in his life—but never anything to rival Eleanor Hart, a woman so determined to find her place in the sun, she'll traipse across the wilderness with a rootless Cherokee!

For a man determined to keep women out of his life, Tanner may just have met his match!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459231665
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 2/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 392,993
  • File size: 663 KB

Meet the Author


Award-winning author, Jenna Kernan has over a dozen novels published. She has been twice nominated for the RITA Award from Romance Writers of America. In 2010 she won the Book Buyers Best Award for her debut paranormal, Dream Stalker. Jenna is every bit as adventurous as her heroines. Her hobbies include recreational gold prospecting, scuba diving and gem hunting. Jenna grew up in the Catskills and currently lives in the Hudson Valley of New York State with her husband.

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  • Posted February 16, 2012

    mixed feelings....

    ok what to say about the book....

    it had the potential to be a great book!! i bought the ticket for the train ride enjoyed the ride!!! just ... had to walk the last leg of the way.
    I love the author i love the impossible relationships this book falls right in suit. I found myself rooting for the couple... yes... it would have taken more than one shot to fell the bear but.... that didnt bother me so much as the end... it was almost like the editors said you only got 10 more pages make them count. (spoliers..... ) I wanted to know what happened to her dad .... i wanted to know about the trip with the world renown artist...

    but i dont think i wasted my money.... if you like the author you'll enjoy the ride and for give her for making you walk the last of it :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2006

    Could have been a good story

    The Trapper by Jenna Kernan Don't ... just don't waste your money. Not only is the story probably the worst I have ever read, it has so many inaccuracies that it is mind-blowing. To start, who wears wool in the summer? In Missouri and New Orleans? A wool dress and wool coat, etc? A society lady wearing cut off gloves? How does one get frost bite from a summer rain? How does a person shoot a bear in the head with a handgun ... and the bear dies immediately. Does this person not know that the skull of a bear is very, very thick? And if she didn't ... shouldn't she have researched it first? Oh, and the Guilded Age in Newport, RI didn't start until well after the Civil War -- not in 1840. Bellevue Street? No, no, no!!! Bellevue Avenue ... and the handful of summer homes that did exist in 1840 were closer to Spring St, not Bellevue. And those homes were not even close to the size of the 'cottages' the author was referring to. Most of the 'cottages' on Bellevue Avenue, Cliff Walk, and the Ocean Drive were built in the 1890's and later (excluding Chateau Sur Mer and Kingscote which are on Bellevue).

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