Fancy

Fancy

Fancy THE LADY After her father s accidental death it was up to young Fancy Cranson to keep her small family together But to survive in the pristine woodlands of the Pacific Northwest she had to use her b

  • Title: Fancy
  • Author: Norah Hess
  • ISBN: 9780843937831
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
  • THE LADY After her father s accidental death, it was up to young Fancy Cranson to keep her small family together But to survive in the pristine woodlands of the Pacific Northwest, she had to use her brains or her body With no other choice, Fancy vowed she d work herself to the bone before selling herself to any timberman even one as handsome, virile, and arrogant as CTHE LADY After her father s accidental death, it was up to young Fancy Cranson to keep her small family together But to survive in the pristine woodlands of the Pacific Northwest, she had to use her brains or her body With no other choice, Fancy vowed she d work herself to the bone before selling herself to any timberman even one as handsome, virile, and arrogant as Chance Dawson THE LOGGER From the moment Chance Dawson laid eyes on Fancy, he wanted to claim her for himself But the mighty woodsman had felled forests less stubborn than the beautiful orphan To win her hand, he would trade his roughhewn ways for tender caresses, and brazen curses for soft words of desire Only then would he be able to share with her a love that united them in passionate splendor.

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    Fancy was just about fanciable.More of a constant maddening bickerfest. Although one could tell it was sexual frustration that was driving him and the need for independence and respect from her side. Still it went on and on…I could still empathize with her reasons (despite her overdone fire-spitting), but he was like a mean immature schoolroom bully who wanted something bad and misbehaved when he couldn’t get it. The h dances at the local dancehall to earn enough money to go to SFO for a bet [...]

    This book worked my last nerve. If it hadn't been an audiobook and a way to pass the time while painting, it would totally have been a DNF (hence the 2 stars - actually 1.5 - instead of 1).First, the positive (yes, there's only one.) The setting of a Pacific Northwest logging camp was interesting, and a first for me. I'll come back to it, but not with Norah Hess writing it.So now the negatives. I could rant at length about it, but I'll try to keep it short. However that usually ends up as much o [...]

    I loved Fancy, even though there was so much misunderstanding it sometimes made me want to scream. And Chance was really a childish ass with his jealousy and hurt pride. The story sucked me in, though. I think it was nice to have a break from all the rich Lords and Greek tycoons and listen to a story about regular people. I have to give a nod to Norah Hess' reference to Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men with the big, strong, mentally delayed character Lenny. I'm glad to report that things turned out m [...]

    I hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhate books like this. I haven't finished it and doubt that I will because of the hero. He is such an ass. Do you need an example? They're knocking boots, she tells him to stop he says "just give me a minute" and proceeds with the thrusting. Not only that but dude is just down right mean when she doesn't fall all over herself to get with him. I get that he is not dealing with the rejection well and that he is a nice guy because he's nice to her mentally delayed cous [...]

    THE LADYAfter her father's accidental death, it was up to young Fancy Cranson to keep her small family together. But to survive in the pristine woodlands of the Pacific Northwest, she had to use her brains or her body. With no other choice, Fancy vowed she'd work herself to the bone before selling herself to any timberman -- even one as handsome, virile, and arrogant as Chance DawsonE LOGGERFrom the moment Chance Dawson laid eyes on Fancy, he wanted to claim her for himself. But the mighty woods [...]

    This romance kept my interest the whole way through and even had some mystery mixed in. I wish the romance between Fancy and her lumber man didn't take so long to get going , but still a pretty good story .

    FantasticI did not put this book down until I finished it excellent read. I was caught up with the characters it's as if I was living in that period.

    I liked Gil. you knowe "bad guy" who treated Fancy with respect saw her worth and DIDN'T RAPE HER. As most romance novels are, this is your typical dysfunctional romantic relationship. With fighting, mental and verbal abuse, the lack of self control and inability to empathize with each other. I typically dont like books that have characters that are this dysfunctional and dont help themselves or each other. But I dont feel like the book trys to justify thier behavior. The book only gives us THIE [...]

    All over the place.Hero is a womanizing, judgemental, pig. Heroine just takes his abuse, low opinion & unjustified possessive jealous streak instead of setting him straight. Then they fall into bed together like she's a common whore.I can't believe the grandmother having lived with a womanizer forced the issue.There's a subplot of an obsessive, distructive, crazy woman that doesn't really mesh with main story.I liked the school teacher, cousins, camp cook & dance hall madam. Even the bit [...]

    i thought this was a very good bookfancy was taken care of he cousion and he was slow since her parents died.en she had to work so hard and she didnt really care for the work, she struggled yet she keept her head up and she found where her life was suppost to be

    This was a very good book though it could do without Gil and pillars secondary characters murder plot and I couldn't help but notice the plot line was quite the same another one of her books but over all it was a goodread.

    amazing what attraction can bring people to do and say for self-preservation especially when they think that their feelings are one-sided. an interesting tale and I loved that it was set just outside of Seattle.

    Its an okay booka time filler, basically. Too much goody goody two shoes meets the macho manold storyline! Would not recommend because I stopped thinking about it as soon az I finished it.

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