Verdict: Lyn's journey brings her to the conclusion that anything is possible if you believe in yourself no matter how adverse the situation.
Set in the dense forests of Idaho, Wilderness Heart is a modern-day romance novel exploring the issues of strong women, strong men and the conflicts that arise in a relationship that wavers between love and hate.
Jacqueline Hopkins’ heroine, Lyn Taylor, is a forest hunting guide who is determined to succeed in a man’s world. Working as a partner in her father’s wilderness guide business, Lyn has always shown herself to be strong, capable and an expert at leading groups on hunting expeditions. Always comprised of men, her clients never fail to test her to her limits with the belief that no woman can possibly lead a man on a game hunt successfully. Her beauty, small stature and intelligence leave every man agape with doubt and also a bit of awe.
In this novel written especially for women, Jacqueline Hopkins explores the conflict that many independent capable women face. Can a strong woman be committed to a relationship without losing herself?
Lyn’s journey brings her to the conclusion that anything is possible if you believe in yourself no matter how adverse the situation.
Reviewed for IndieReader by Peggy La Vake
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