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  • ebook
  • 200 pages
  • Where the Four Winds Collide
  • Hildie McQueen
  • English
  • 11 June 2015

10 thoughts on “Where the Four Winds Collide

  1. *TANYA* *TANYA* says:

    I found this ebook by chance in a Goodreads daily deals email and I loved it So freaking cute and endearing


  2. Yuana Yuana says:

    35 star


  3. UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish says:

    Oh that all Indie authors could tell a story this well It's sweet romantic passionate and even bit humorous It's at times heartbreaking and at other times inspiringa thoroughly enjoyable historical romanceBlurb Adeline Buckley escapes her abusive father only to find herself in a brothel on a stagecoach to the untamed west and married to a stranger all in that order Plotting another escape becomes harder the she gets to know her new husbandJackson Pruitt didn’t expect a secretive mail order bride to show up the same week cattle wrestlers absconded with a large part of his herd The bigger surprise was the loveliness of the woman Why would a beauty like her need to travel so far to marry?Jackson and Adeline learn that secrets and marriage do not go hand in hand when both of their pasts comes knocking and both have to come to grips with the reality that sometimes trust comes only after you lose it all A copy of Where the Four Winds Collide was provided to me by InD'Tale Magazine for the purpose of reading and rating for the RONE Awards


  4. Linda (un)Conventional Bookworms Linda (un)Conventional Bookworms says:

    I received a free ARC of Where the Four Winds Collide from Enchantress of Books Blog Tours in exchange of an honest reviewThis review was first be posted on my blog unConventional Bookviews on Wednesday May 22nd as part of a blogtour there will also be a giveawaySweet fun and intricate historical western romanceI received a free ARC of Where the Four Winds Collide from Enchantress of Book Blogtours in exchange of an honest reviewWhere the Four Winds Collide is a sweet western romance with a heroine who is ready to do what it takes to save herself It is refreshing when there is a heroine who is able to take care of herself even if she hasn’t necessarily learned how Adeline is one of those heroines who is both cute polite and very proper but she will do what it takes to make sure she is safe and away from her tormentorsAs Adeline makes her escape the readers also get to meet Jackson who is in a bad mood realizing 20 of his cattle has been stolen and he has to search for the missing animals with his partner rather than go home to his cold empty house Jackson would love nothing than finding a wife but there really aren’t many single women around in town He knows that his brother Heath the town sheriff has put in an add for a wife for Jackson but he really isn’t sure what will come of it


  5. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    This book was a bit of a slow read The story couldshould have been told in 165 pages It was a true struggle for me to read this story and find my focus focus then again maybe was a reflection of the current covid 19 situation Honestly maybe I am just too overwhelmed to focus andor do much of anything at the momentI will be reading the second book in the series next


  6. Lizette Corona Lizette Corona says:

    DNF It’s rare that I dislike a book so much that I don’t struggle on and finish Maybe I skim pages or even skip a few when it’s dragging than I can take but I always finish itThat being said this one was not a page turner to begin with Warning some spoilers ahead so if you’re not yet to about page 70 you may not want to continue though there’s not much to spoilThe plot was interesting enough but the characters were very 2 dimensional the writing wasn’t particularly interesting and the h was just than a little bit of an idiot For as much as she’d supposedly gone through with her abusive father she remained unrealistically naive and gullible making decisions she knew she shouldn’t make and then acting surprised at having made them There was no actual drama or tension felt when she’s supposedly being hunted down she is presented with a perfect solution to her problems with a supposedly wonderful man who so far had given her no reason to doubt his goodness and acceptance and she lies to him anyway again after just having the thought that she had no reason to lie to him This of course after having married him while unconscious neither of them having actually discussed this at all They’ve talked plenty or so we’re told but we’re not actually part of those conversations And no where in those days leading up to the big lie does it occur to either of them to talk about how they ended up accidently marriedLiterally the second she lied to him for no other reason than to create a situation in which she’d still have something to worry about and the book wouldn’t be over I closed it and called it uitsThere are books that have such a simple plot but are carried through 200 pages developing characters and understanding what drove them how they connected etc There are books with complex plots that although you may not get as deep with the characters there is always something interesting actually happening that it carries the story forward Then there are books like this where there is definitely enough in the plot to drive a story definitely opportunity to develop deep characters and yet the author takes no time to do anything interesting with any of it and literally the way it’s written this book should of have be over in 75 pages That’s accepting several very slow boring pages of the h discussing the same things over and over again with herself This book felt less like a finished novel and like a book proposal that hadn’t gotten fleshed out yet Just the bare bones of a story before the author actually got down the solid writing Like the lump of clay you take out of the container but haven’t done to than mold into the basic snap of what it will eventually beI had high hopes for the story but I can’t say I’ll ever be tempted to pick up another of Ms Mcueen’s works based one this example


  7. Lori Meehan Lori Meehan says:

    This is a great book and I highly recommend it to everyone Adeline Buckley escapes her abusive father and fiancé only to find herself in the untamed west of Texas and married to Jackson Pruitt Jackson thinks she is his mail order bride Adeline and Jackson have great chemistry but keep some big secrets from each other that might just tear them apart This was my first book by Hildie Mcueen and it won't be my last


  8. InD& InD& says:

    High praise for Hildie Mcueen Readers will alternatively cheer blush and cry over Adeline and Jackson as they struggle to be togetherFull review in March 2013 issue of InD'tale Magazine


  9. Sunny Sunny says:

    A short sweet read Not complicated or complex but one that leaves the reader feeling content


  10. Crazychriss889 Crazychriss889 says:

    Not sure what to think about this one It sure wasn't a bad read but something was missingPlot?If you expect a lighthearted and fun and easygoing book and storyline this book isn't it There are some pretty sad and distressing scenes in there Abuse is one of the serious topics in thereThe main problem really was that the way she was treated is never really discussed With her husband that is They never talk about what happened to her when she was gone Also she must have had a trauma but it's just not dealt with properly She is intimate with her husband and everything is fine again Sure Why not?Plus it was a bit too religious for me Characters?I liked them just fine The heroine was uite the housewife but she was involved in business talk as well You won't find any other feminist topics thoughWriting style?Okay But also uite some mistakes going do you're vs your


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