Winter's Daughter

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Winter's Daughter

Winter s Daughter Nothing stirred Tannis Winter like the plight of the homeless and she d devoted herself to aiding the street people she d chosen for her research But when a mysterious looking derelict began followin

  • Title: Winter's Daughter
  • Author: Kathleen Creighton
  • ISBN: 9780553219241
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Nothing stirred Tannis Winter like the plight of the homeless, and she d devoted herself to aiding the street people she d chosen for her research But when a mysterious looking derelict began following her in her bag lady disguise, she felt a moment of terror then knocked him to the ground and got him arrested How was she to know he was the new town councilman, workingNothing stirred Tannis Winter like the plight of the homeless, and she d devoted herself to aiding the street people she d chosen for her research But when a mysterious looking derelict began following her in her bag lady disguise, she felt a moment of terror then knocked him to the ground and got him arrested How was she to know he was the new town councilman, working undercover to expose the city s failure to help the poor Dillon James was bewitched by her courage and her compassion, but it was the summer in her skin and the fire in her eyes that made him want to ignite a hidden passion in the enchanting crusader Tannis felt the hunger of need erupt inside, but could she trust this darkly handsome man with a heart once betrayed Dillon stalked her with fierce desire and a yearning to be cherished, but the pain of his past echoed her own Could he make her see that once they d touched, he d be part of her life forever

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    One thought on “Winter's Daughter

    1. Denielle on said:

      This is obviously a newer version of the book. I really loved the storyline, a bit of real life plus a bit of romance,quite enjoyable.

    2. Saly on said:

      Rating 3.5 starsThe book had its good moments, the dumb one's were all the heroine's I must admit, she to complete her PhD was masquerading as a bag lady, and took unnecessary and stupid chances with her safety even after getting to know the ex-cop turned lawyer turned council man hero.I found the heroine's skittishness to emotional intimacy unnecessary. She seemed too focused on achieving something than enjoying what came in life. Her meeting with her boyhood boyfriend and losing her virginity [...]

    3. Blue Jay Media on said:

      Disguise. Subterfuge. They were not Tannis Winter's forte'. But she was determined to finish her Thesis, and that meant immersing herself in her subject--the homeless culture. But when a mysterious derelict begins to stalk her, she shoves him into the path of a police car and flees into the safety of suburbia and her family.Newly elected City Councilmember Dillon James leaves the police station bruised but determined. His run in with a quick-witted, skittish bag lady convinces him that his under [...]

    4. Cherry (_forevermint) on said:

      I picked up this book a bit skeptical as to whether I would like it and was pleasantly surprised when I found myself engrossed in the characters Creighton created. I found Tannins interesting and broken and Dillon the dark handsome hero. I thought the story was skillfully crafted and well written save for the occasional typo. I liked the way Tannins and Dillon crossed because of a similar cause and both went undercover as homeless people. I found the story interesting and exciting to read, I def [...]

    5. Jo Notary on said:

      166pgs, contemporary homeless, a doctorate student is disguised as homeless for research, someone is stalking her, so she pushes him in front of a police car. He is a city coucilman in disguise, and believes it more important than ever to try to help the homeless. can these two emotionally wary people learn to trust each other? Is the healing of their hearts even possible? Or will their predilection for disguise sabotage a love based on far more than simple desire

    6. Yolande on said:

      I enjoyed this book. The characters were real and honest in their feelings. The plight of the homeless were accentuated, but it didn't distract from the romantic plot. Although the heroine took chances with her own safety, it rang true for me. We all do stupid things sometimes - even more so when we are under stress or overly emotional about a cause. This is a read I would recommend.

    7. Erin on said:

      This book was ok. Not good not great just okay. There was loose ends especially with what happens with their homeless project. The story had a plot but the plot wasn't finished. The book finished with their relationship. Not a book I will read again.

    8. Natasha on said:

      This was an alright book. I liked the characters and thought the plot was feasible. Tannis and Dillion were both believable with honest flaws and fears. The only downfall was a slightly predictable plot.

    9. Melanie on said:

      Definitely a reprint of an older book. Antiquated ideas, views, characterizations, overly descriptive and wordy. Might have been all the rage back in '88, but reading it now, it's just uncomfortable and dated.

    10. Leanne Elliott on said:

      awesome, good book! Can't wait to read more of this author

    11. Shannon, ☺☻CFM☺☻ on said:

      Sweet read about two people trying to help the homelee

    12. Joan on said:

      What an interesting story/book about street people. Makes you appreciate that we have food in the ds and cupboards and a roof over our heads.

    13. Natarsha on said:

      Really enjoyed the message in this book, i wish some changes could happen with the homeless in my city.

    14. Jana on said:

      Major shit for me were their names and then the plot. I didn't believe anything and yet if it had more pages I would have given it more stars. It felt rushed and you know it.

    15. Charley on said:

      This book was terrible. She made no conclusions about the homeless, no progress there at all and "loves" someone in a matter of days. There is a reason that this book was free to download.

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