Hannah's Vow

Hannah's Vow

by Pam Crooks
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Hannah's Vow 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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In 1895, hatred and vengeance are the only things keeping Quinn Landry alive after four years with a lifetime to go as a guest of the New Mexico Territorial Prison. Any time he drifts back to the betrayal that led to his current incarceration Quinn feels rage that has no outlet at this time, but his goal of a future escape and retaliation keeps him breathing. Because of the numerous unaccounted for recent graves at the nearby prison, Father Donovan, Sister Evangeline and Novitiate Hannah Benning go there to learn what is going on. Quinn uses Hannah to escape his detention, but quickly realizes that the nun is no shrinking violet. Instead she is a brave daughter of a con artist. As Hannah saves Quinn¿s life, they fall in love. However, she relishes the serenity of the convent not a life on the lam while he has demons ripping at his heart. Anything permanent between this couple seems quite unlikely unless a miracle occurs.

At first glance, HANNAH¿S VOW uses the trite theme of a ¿hardened¿ criminal kidnapping and falling in love with and receiving the love of a novitiate. Even Elvis used that gimmick in one of his movies. What makes Pam Crooks¿ tale fresh is the capable heroine rescues her abductor several times. Hannah makes the story line work with her strength and independence. Though Quinn over indulges in the angst moaning, fans will still see him as a perfect mate for Hannah who owns this action-packed western romance.

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I really enjoyed this book. It took me awhile to get into the story, but I am glad I didnt give up on it. Would read it again!
cbrae More than 1 year ago
Skimmed thru this book a lot. Did not really enjoy it that much. Not my kind of book, but do not enjoy non contempory books.
ameraznwitch More than 1 year ago
I was curious about how a nun could be the heroine in a love story which was part of the reason why I tried it. I thoroughly enjoyed this charming story of a nun and convict falling in love and how they realized they were meant to be.
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This story had everything in it. Adventure, mystery, drama and romance. I loved it.
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