Bestselling novelist Diana Palmer has well over a hundred books in print, translated and published around the world. She has written historical as well as science fiction novels, but she is best known for her contemporary romance books. The Winter Man comprises two classic Diana Palmer romances.
Silent Night Man
What does Millie Evans want for Christmas? To feel safe. Even though her stalker is dead, he arranged for a hit man to kill her. Now the special government agent Millie has loved from afar for years has vowed to protect her. Tony Danzetta moves the prim librarian into his home and guards her 24/7. Dare she dream of keeping Tony, her own silent night man, by her side forever?
Wyoming rancher and single father Quinn Sutton is raising a child he knows isn't his own. All the love left in his guarded heart goes to the boy. But when a beautiful city woman is stranded nearby in a blizzard, he rescues her and brings her to Ricochet Ranch. Amanda Callaway has her own secrets and plans to keep her distance. If only she weren't falling for her unlikely hero...
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by Diana Palmer
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"THE WINTER MAN presents two stories: The first tells the irritating tale of Millie Evans, a librarian who is being hunted by a hit man hired by her now dead stalker. The second equally implausible story recounts the woes of Amanda Callaway, a famous singer who seeks some "alone time" in a remote cabin, only to be "rescued" in a blizzard and forced to spend time with Quinn Sutton, a rustic rancher. He is the least desirable and least likable hero of a love story one could imagine. Narrator Marguerite Gavin provides a yo-yo voiced narration, an annoying cadence, and an acting style that is caricatured. Overall, the combination of story and narration is unappealing. A.C.P. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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