Swept Away

Swept Away A STRANGERTemporarily retired dancer and big city girl Carly Stewart was aghast when a fender bender caused her to set up housekeeping in Sam Frazier s house in tiny Haven Oklahoma But aghast didn t

  • Title: Swept Away
  • Author: Karen Templeton
  • ISBN: 9780373274277
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Paperback
  • A STRANGERTemporarily retired dancer and big city girl Carly Stewart was aghast when a fender bender caused her to set up housekeeping in Sam Frazier s house in tiny Haven, Oklahoma But aghast didn t begin to describe her reaction as she realized she was attracted to this tall, dark and handsomeer And fatherof six IN PARADISE Widower and single fatheA STRANGERTemporarily retired dancer and big city girl Carly Stewart was aghast when a fender bender caused her to set up housekeeping in Sam Frazier s house in tiny Haven, Oklahoma But aghast didn t begin to describe her reaction as she realized she was attracted to this tall, dark and handsomeer And fatherof six IN PARADISE Widower and single father Sam had become an expert at reading signs, and the petite and feisty beauty currently residing with him might as well have had Just Passing Through written all over her And though he was finding her nearly impossible to resist, resist he must because if and when she walked out that door, she would leave seven hearts in pieces.But if she stayed, she could make seven people really happy Or eveneight

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    About "Karen Templeton"

    1. Karen Templeton

      As the mother of five sons, now grown, Karen loves to write about real people dealing with the drama and humor of everyday life Over the past fifteen years, Karen has written nearly 50 books for Harlequin Silhouette and Red Dress Ink, and three of her Special Edition titles A Mother s Wish 2009 Welcome Home, Cowboy 2011 and A Gift for All Seasons 2013 have won the RITA award, the romance industry s top prize for published authors In addition, her November 2014 title, Santa s Playbook, earned the Romantic Times Gold Seal of Excellence, out of the hundreds of releases reviewed by the magazine for that month.She is very active on Facebook, as both Karen Templeton and her full name, Karen Templeton Berger, running giveaway contests whenever she has a new release or just feels like it Or you can reach her via her website at karentempleton, which contains recent news as well as excerpts from both current and backlist titles.

    673 thoughts on “Swept Away”

    1. Karen Templeton's SWEPT AWAY is the 5th book in The Men of Mayes County series. I wasn't aware of this when I started reading it but the story was fine as a read-alone book. The twister to this was I LOVED this book and want to meet the other characters so I am going back to find the others: Saving Dr. Ryan #1, Fathers and Strangers #2, Staking His Claim #3, Everybody's Hero #4, and A Husband's Watch #6. I am amazed how good this was; it is rare for me to give a Silhouette or Harlequin five star [...]


    2. As perfect a romance novel as you're likely to get. Sam and Carly dance, laugh, and argue their way to an HEA of family, love, and commitment. Along the way, they deal with past trauma, healing, and the growing pains of becoming a family, as ballerina Carly learns to love and bond with Sam's six kids, love of the land (he's a farmer), and small-town community. It's really Carly's story as she learns to let go of the past, reassess what she wants, and choose to love and build a good life with a w [...]


    3. Este ha sido, ni más ni menos, un romance dulce y sencillo. Precioso. Con personajes reales, problemas reales y sentimientos reales.Nada complicado, ni angustioso, ni tonto o simplón, perfecto para leer de una sentada, bonito y sin complicaciones. No se pueden encontrar dos protagonistas más diferentes: una ex-bailarina de 38 años, soltera y sin una relación digna de mención y un viudo con 6 hijos (!!!) que se casó con su amor del instituto, pero es fácil ver porqué se sienten atraídos [...]


    4. It started with a lot of promise but lost my interest by the time I hit the halfway mark. Sam was a likeable character as was Carly but not enough time was spent focusing on why they grew to love each other. Too many side stories. And I think angst filled teens may become a deal breaker for me in romance books. The romance between Carly's dad and a woman from town was one big snooze. Carly's constant soul-searching and aimlessness got very tiring. The heat facor was very low in this book, not th [...]


    5. Delightful! If you love great characters and stories of love and family, you'll love Swept Away. Sam Frazier is a farmer and a widower with six children (a girl and five boys) between the ages of 4 and 15. Carly Stewart is ballerina whose career ended due to a knee injury. She and her father, Lane, who has been in a funk since the death of Carly's mother three years ago, take a road trip to reconnect. Due to an almost collision with a squirrel, their car ends up in a ditch, where they are rescue [...]


    6. I love it when a romance novelist can prove to me than you can write a romance novel without making me roll my eyes. My mom has a huge collection of romance novels and I cringe just reading the description on the back. I flat out refuse to read a book where the character is a virgin. Why do romance novels seem so obsessed with that?This book is comfortably real. Yes it does have it's Hallmark-y moments, but for the most part I could see this happening. I love the way the author describes Sam's t [...]


    7. My grade: C+, I liked this one better than the one which follows it and which I read first: A Husbands Watch. It was also about a person who wasn't sure exactly who she was. What I did like--it is about a farmer. A rare hero for romance. And he has six kids. A really rare circumstance in romance. I liked Sam and his kids.


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