No Quarter Asked

No Quarter Asked

by Janet Dailey
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No Quarter Asked 1.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wish for all us TEXANS , that the editor or editors would recall this book and get rid of all the British words that have ruined this book! ie: colour, favourite, lift for elavator etc. Also I shore do hope our little Texas man would grow to a Texan size man. I feel insulted by the whole book. Don't get me wrong, I like British people just not in a American western. NLR
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GHott More than 1 year ago
Hott Synopsis: Who does Cord think he is? Judging Stacy without a second glance. Sure, mabe it was a bit ill-advised to rent a hunting cabin in the middle of nowhere to come to terms with the death of her father, and maybe she is comfortable, if not well-off, since his death, but that doesn’t give Cord the right to think she’s some money-hungry elitist who looks down her nose at everyone. Now, thanks to some very unfortunate circumstances Stacy find herself working on Cord’s ranch trying to prove she’s not who he thinks she is. Can she prove to them both that she’s more? Hott Review: What I liked: This is one of my favorite books by Ms. Daily. I really enjoyed so much of this book! There is something about the imagery and peace in this book that just transports the reader to a different place. It’s funny but with the exception of a few small details this could have been written yesterday! What I didn’t like: I enjoyed it, but I know that some of you prefer not to read books about dominant men, if you’re one of those, you won’t enjoy this. More… Author: Janet Dailey Source: Open Road Media via Netgalley Grade: B+ Steam: YA Setting: 1974 – Apache Mountains, Tx Series: Cord & Stacy Series: - No Quarter Asked (1974) - Fiesta San Antonio (1977) - For Bitter or Worse (1978)