Mackenzie's Mountain

Mackenzie's Mountain

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Mary Elizabeth Potter is a spinster and a good teacher whose life is changed when she confronts the father of a boy she wants back in school. Still paying for a crime he didn't commit, Wolf Mackenzie has a chip on his shoulder. But where the town sees a dangerous half-breed, Mary Elizabeth sees a good, honest man.
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 9781551665740


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Sep 20, 2016

This was an amazing romance novel. Fantastic, believable characters, a good story and a sweet romance - the kind of romance that surprises each of the main characters.

Despite the very old-school vibe to this, it a has a timeless feel to it. It could easily have taken place in the 1800's or the early 1900's. I can picture Wolf working his ranch just as he did in the novel, only with horses instead of cars, and Mary being the exact same kind of schoolteacher she is, just with longer dresses and buggies.

Truly, an enduring romance and one that speaks to the unifying and uplifting power of love, and how prejudices and stereotypes hurt and impact everyone. I can see why this is considered a classic of the genre, and a classic Linda Howard.

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