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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Wild Flower Wind
  • Morgan Patterson
  • English
  • 12 March 2019
  • 0373113668

About the Author: Morgan Patterson

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10 thoughts on “Wild Flower Wind

  1. boogenhagen boogenhagen says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Re Wild Flower Wind This is Morgan Patterson s only HP, in fact it is only one two books listed to her name and there is NO information anywhere about this author The usual author bio on this book is a dedication to the author s sisters Marilyn and Janice Her other book is an HRtopia contribution called Darker Fire and it was written six years before this one Which leads me to conclude that MP is actually a psuedonym for another HP author Given the quality and the content of the writing, I Re Wild Flower Wind This is Morgan Patterson s only HP, in fact it is only one two books listed to her name and there is NO information anywhere about this author The usual author bio on this book is a dedication to the author s sisters Marilyn and Janice Her other book is an HRtopia contribution called Darker Fire and it was written six years before this one Which leads me to conclude that MP is actually a psuedonym for another HP author Given the quality and the content of the writing, I am betting this was an off shoot of either Karen van der Zee, Sandra Marton or most likely to me Amanda Carpenter who is also Thea Harrison tho I have considered Doris Rangel, who wrote HP 878 Legacy However, I have been unable to confirm any other pseudonyms for this author and so we may never know I will say this author was either American or Canadian she or he, certain parts of the book had me suspicious, had a very good understanding of the Colorado Rockies, the kind you most likely get from living there So the book opens with the h asleep in a high mountain meadow full of wildflowers The H finds her and is instantly attracted, he likes wildflowers, tho he doesn t like people and the h has strayed off the National Forrest park area and onto his land The h wakes up and is very wary, as you are when you and a strange man are the only two people for miles around But after some cautious mutual establishing that they are both loners and don t like people or interference, the H gives the h permission to camp on his land she promises not to do any damage.Then the H hears the weather report Springtime in the Rockies can be very unpredictable and there is a big blizzard coming Since this is the 90 s and really cool light backpacking snow tents haven t been invented yet, the H realizes the h is in serious trouble There is no shelter anywhere for miles, except for his house cause the H is a big time singer songwriter and owns or leases the entire mountain and the storm is eminent the h will not have time to hike out So he decides she will have to stay with him and slow, steady relationship building begins The h is a best selling mystery author, she writes under a male pseudonym, and has been raised in foster care after her mother voluntarily surrendered her when she was three There have been other partings with close friends she made over the years until the h grew up and now firmly rejects any type of close personal relationships She is actually looking for a home, a place to have her own roots and has been searching for six years and has never found it The h is FIERCELY independent, she learned at a young age that everything you get you have to pay for, so she is very reluctant to accept help when it is offered and is always looking for ways to pay people s generosity back She is a very wary person and she has very good cause to be There is a ton of very funny moments as the h tries to repay the H for his offer of shelter But as she isn t the most practical of people, these helpings don t turn out as planned it doesn t matter tho, the H is completely enchanted The H is a big time songwriter and singer, he got burned a few times himself and the joys of fame and show business opportunists soon left him empty He started touring at nineteen and soon the touring wore him out and distanced him from his ability to create his music He eventually realized that he wasn t obliged to sell himself along with his music, so he bought his mountain to simplify and avoid the trappings of big stardom He too has a very wary and scarred heart, but when he realizes the h isn t a player or a user, he is 110% all in to win her for his own This is a VERY romantic book When the H and h discover that they are both bright stars in their respective firmaments and both feel the same way about their personal lives and privacy, they start to build another bond Gradually as the days pass and the snow isn t melting, they become closer and closer until they become lovers as well as close friends But the h thinks she has to keep roaming to find her home, until the H makes her realize that home is in your heart and can be found in the person who loves and understands you The h takes a little while to figure this out, after the H offers to give her his mountain to give her her own home and roots and the realization is a really sweet declaration of love on both their parts The H expresses his love in a series of songs that show his life before and during their relationship, it was pretty swoony The epilogue comes full circle with the now married H finding his h asleep in the wildflower meadow and thinking that his life has been very blessed as soon the two of them will be three and wildflowers can grow deep roots after all.This one is hard to spoilerize, cause so much of the book is very metaphoric but vivid imagery and the relationship building is shown in series of little vignettes and interactions between the H and h This story is, at it s heart, a locked room romance The H and h are the only characters and everything hinges on the way they interact It doesn t move really fast, yet it isn t a drawn out introspection of naval gazing either The interactions between the H and h alternated with some inner contemplation are very well done and the story is really well paced for an easy, fast read This one is another quiet sleeper of an HP and very much worth a read if you like the slow steady build to true love in your HPlandia outings I don t usually like to pair songs with stories ever since a Loreena Mckennitt album got used in a bdsm scene in a book and it totally ruined that album for me forever But in this instance the Basia song really, really exemplifies the couple in this book check the video out on youtube for the feeling on the song and I sincerely promise I will never do another HPlandia playlist after this

  2. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) says:

    I think I would have rated this book higher had I not read it sandwiched between two really intense HP books This story is a thoughtful one about two lonely souls who build a powerful connection after a chance meeting and realize they are the soulmates they were searching for And they realize what home really is It s a person and a relationship, not a building.Markie grew up in a series of foster homes and it made her a careful nomad who never allows herself to get too close to anyone or stay I think I would have rated this book higher had I not read it sandwiched between two really intense HP books This story is a thoughtful one about two lonely souls who build a powerful connection after a chance meeting and realize they are the soulmates they were searching for And they realize what home really is It s a person and a relationship, not a building.Markie grew up in a series of foster homes and it made her a careful nomad who never allows herself to get too close to anyone or stay in one place too long By chance, she camps on land owned by Daniel, and when a surprise blizzard hits, she s forced to seek shelter in his house Over the time of being snowed in, casual strangers become cautious friends, and love develops slowly and intensely.There really isn t anything wrong with the writing in this book It just didn t touch me as emotionally as I would have liked I hate to think I am becoming a drama addict But I admit I do prefer theintense Harlequin Presents I also feel that it s just because of when I read this in my reading schedule during a Harlequin Presents binge If I had reached for this separately, I think it would have hit the spot .Markie is a very likable character Considering or because of her tough life, she has a lot of character and fortitude She has a habit of denying connections with others and she spends a lot of time initially feeling like she had to pay Daniel back because she didn t like feeling obligated I can completely understand that I liked how Daniel patiently breaks down the walls between him and Markie, earning her trust, slowly but surely He gives part of himself to her in exchange for taking parts of her I really liked the mutuality of their relationship, and how caring Daniel was Initially, he was gruff, but I think he s a marshmallow hero deep down can t resist them He is the kind of hero you can t help but love because he is all in with the heroine as soon as he realizes there is something worthwhile about their connection I liked that they were both creative people with public personas that they tried to keep separate from their private lives I won t say anybecause I don t want to spoil the book But it was fun seeing them hang out and be creative together This is actually a good book, and I feel I am slightly underrating it Unfortunately, I am an emotional reader, so I rate based on how much a book impacts me emotionally when I read I didn t feel that impact I would have liked, although the writing was good and I liked the characters a whole lot As such, I would give this book 3.5 5.0 stars I do plan on tracking down a copy of Morgan Patterson s other book when I get a chance

  3. Martha Martha says:

    This is an older May 1991 Harlequin Presents novel I wasn t expecting much from it, but it turned out to be a very tender love story about two people who both have very good reasons for their self imposed isolation and privacy but who find in each other the one person who can complete them.

  4. RomLibrary RomLibrary says:

    Markie had never put down rootsShe prized her independence It was a hang up left from her childhood, she knew, denying the need for help from anyone.When she camped in the lovely wild meadows of the Colorado mountains, she met Daniel Reed, a man who valued his privacy and freedom as much as she did.But both Daniel and Markie had ghosts to fight, and when a snowstorm trapped them in Daniel s cabin, they became aware of the sparks they struck from each other How could they even contemplate going Markie had never put down rootsShe prized her independence It was a hang up left from her childhood, she knew, denying the need for help from anyone.When she camped in the lovely wild meadows of the Colorado mountains, she met Daniel Reed, a man who valued his privacy and freedom as much as she did.But both Daniel and Markie had ghosts to fight, and when a snowstorm trapped them in Daniel s cabin, they became aware of the sparks they struck from each other How could they even contemplate going their separate lonely ways again

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