➸ The Horseman Free ➮ Author Jillian Hart – Rvtrek.info

Th Century American West Dillon Hennessey Was A Man Like No OtherStrong Yet Caring, Determined Yet Kind But He Was Still A Man, Katelyn Green Reminded Herself, And Therefore Not To Be Trusted Hadn T Her Own Husband Abandoned Her In Her Hour Of Need And Yet The Whispers In Her Soul Promised Happiness With This Man Who D Gentled Horses And Her Heart Katelyn Green Had Lost A Child, And Dillon Knew It Ate Away At Her Very Core He Would Help Her If He Could, If He Had The Words And Ways But Would His Tenderness Be Enough To Win A Woman Who D Been Robbed Of Her Faith In Love The Horseman

About the Author: Jillian Hart

Jillian Hart grew up on her family s homestead in Washington state, where she raised cattle, rode horses and scribbled stories in her spare time After earning her English degree from Whitman College, she worked in travel and advertising before selling her first novel When Jillian isn t working on her next story, she can be found puttering around her rose garden, curled up with a good book and spending quiet evenings at home with her family.

10 thoughts on “The Horseman

  1. says:

    Katelyn has a rough life Her home life was bad enough to marry a man that turned out to be a bad pick She then find the man that she was fated for Dillon is a man like no other He trains the horses that have a bad time given to them So to get a wife

  2. says:

    This was a sweet read I actually finished it a couple of weeks ago, but having a baby slowed me down a bit on reviewing The basic plot of the story is this Heroine suffers a miscarriage, after which her husband sets her aside and she returns home to liv

  3. says:

    This was a good western historical romance about a woman who had previously been in an abusive relationship, and a cowboy who had never had one at all Dillon was a dream hero My only complaint and its a purely personal one, is that Dillon started out an al

  4. says:

    Jillian Hart has good ideas for stories, but seldom do her characters have real depth I thought the hero was cute in his shyness, the Heroin was a whiny baby I understood the whiny part, but it got old it was never explained what happened to her that made it

  5. says:

    I loved Dillon s shyness.

  6. says:

    Hard to believe that this was written in 2004, it s got such a traditionalist feel to it Men portrayed as abusers or caretakers, thinking of women as pretty, and as possesions to be protected His shyness was rather endearing though So were the observations that whi

  7. says:

    Of all the Jillian Hart books I ve readThis is by far my favorite Such a beautiful story The relationship between the hero and heroine is exactly how love should be I ll say noand will not give a synopsis as I hate spoilers Thank you, Jillian for sharing your gift of

  8. says:

    It felt tediousI liked the premise of the story but the delivery felt flat The ending was rushed I liked the epilogue The hero wins the award for the being the most patient and understanding

  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Wow I thought this is a reread but obviously I never gotten around to it the first time, what was I thinking I love the storyline and I already forsee I ll adore the H The H is super duper wonde

  10. says:

    Picked this to read because it was 2 on a Heroes and Heartbreakers contributor s list of favorite western romances Well, I love westerns so I m reading through the list This was an okay read with a truly wonderful beta hero, Dillon, who is working on the heroine s stepfather s

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