Wood

Wood

by Cathryn Fox, Lauren Hawkeye

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Overview

I was on an archeological dig in the Cape Breton Highlands, until betrayal sent me running. A severe lightning storm crashed over me, and I found myself swallowed by the dark, angry Bras D'Or Lake, only to surface in a different place, a different...time?

Thrust into an unknown world-a threat at every turn-my chances of making it out alive were slim, until an impressive, big beast of a man came to my rescue. The tense, axe-wielding lumberjack named Wood-a danger to me in so many ways-tossed me over his shoulder and took me to his remote cabin. His lodging was hidden amongst the trees, his existence a quiet one-until I arrived.

I needed to get back to my time. He needed me gone. I confused him. He confused me. We were different people with different secrets, but we had one thing in common, an attraction that spanned time and had me wondering if I could ever trust another man, and if he could ever love another woman?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781928056805
Publisher: Catherine Verge
Publication date: 10/10/2017
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.72(d)

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Wood 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
DarGee More than 1 year ago
I honestly didn't even read the blurb before I bought this book - I saw the authours, I saw the picture on the cover, I knew it was set in the maritimes, and knew I had to have it! I am so glad I did, because getting to know our wonderful hero, Wood, was one of the best times I've had in awhile. I loved London as well, but Wood really does make this story This is a time-shifting story, and while there are some romantic storylines being laid out, there really isn't any in this book. It also sets up at the end for more story, not a cliffhanger per se, just that this story is done, and there is more story for these characters to come. Overall, this makes for a very entertaining and engaging read, with some very colourful characters!
Crystal_Yawn More than 1 year ago
Holy Mother Of, I need to learn to read descriptions/reviews, cliffhangers. Just as we are getting to the good part, bam “stay tuned for the next book” I LOVED this book. It’s so in-depth you feel everything that’s happening and experience it right along with London. I really can’t wait to see what happens next. It takes a bit to get to the heart of the story, but it just builds backstory of what we need to understand what happens next. I’ve got my own ideas on the ending and I’m hoping I’m right. I personally cursed Ms Fox for the ending
gdsnv More than 1 year ago
I have one word for this story: whoa. I’ve read both authors before, and adore them, but was not expecting the book to be about…we can call it time travel; or is it? Annnnnnd they hooked me! It is a wild ride, with many twists and turns, with details in the story that will keep you reading just to know what happens next. The authors created characters that seemed alive to me – let’s just say that one in particular (Jackal) was written to despise. But Wood and London? Each of them will steal your heart, as they did mine, separately and then together. London is from the “present” and tumbles into another time. She has family “issues” in that she is the daughter of famous, and wildly successful, archeologists and is working towards becoming one herself; or is she? She is on a dig, funded by her parents, as the photographer, and has a sorta secret crush on Dr. Sean Alexander (who is leading the dig). She meets Emmitt, and he becomes important to her in a short amount of time. And then there is the cave, where the archeological dig is located, and ruins that are special and an amazing find. I’m not doing a great job of describing the story but know that London meets Wood very early on and wham! I was pulled into the story and didn’t stop reading until I had finished. Wood is a conundrum for London; suffice to say that she is one to him as well. But their growing attraction is crazy and sensual and hawt. I loved his character – I guess you could call him dark and brooding. Except when that twinkle pops up in his eyes. Just as I was hoping to read more about them…the book ended. I am definitely watching for the next book in this series as I just have to know what happens. Be aware that this ends on a cliffhanger but it will definitely leave you with wanting more.