A Willful Woman…

Thoughts about books from a romance addict.

TBR Challenge: Carved in Stone by Kathleen Eagle

The theme: “We love short shorts.” This is a category romance, though not actually super short. (251 pages.)

Why this one: Dunno, really. I don’t have many categories aside from Harlequin Presents. I’m feeling kind of pressured and this looked like a quick read. It was, though not entirely easy.

I’m afraid I’m gonna bait and switch here. I actually found this book so interesting, I decided to write about it at “Heroes and Heartbreakers,” and I don’t think I can manage two posts. So I’ll just say that it’s an adventure story, and another thoughtfully written Indian man/white woman Eagle romance, and while I didn’t love it, I found many aspects of it charming or fascinating. I’ll put a link in to the post when it’s ready.




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