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How can you find a man who doesn't want to be found?"Where is he now?" That's the question on everyone's lips about strong, sexy Native American Kole Kills Crow. He was once a media darling -- men wanted to be him... women wanted to be with him. But tragedy convinced Kole that it was time to vanish. Now, reporter Heather Reardon has ,turned up at his door, and although sheHow can you find a man who doesn't want to be found?"Where is he now?" That's the question on everyone's lips about strong, sexy Native American Kole Kills Crow. He was once a media darling -- men wanted to be him... women wanted to be with him. But tragedy convinced Kole that it was time to vanish. Now, reporter Heather Reardon has ,turned up at his door, and although she's a tempting package, it's one he's hesitant to open -- at first.Heather is feeling pretty proud of herself for finding her man -- even if she does have to track him down in some backwoods bar -- until she discovers that the hero of her fantasies wants nothing to do with his past. Nights spent together in his warm cabin reawaken the fire within him, and Heather ignites a shared passion that neither of them expected. But then Kole is thrust back into the harsh public spotlight, forcing him to face down the demons that still haunt him... and making Heather wonder if she can trust her heart. to a lover who will never be completely hers....

Title : You Never Can Tell
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ISBN : 9780380810154
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 384 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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You Never Can Tell Reviews

  • Ang
    2019-05-05 02:07

    The less I say about this one, the better. Oof.

  • Christa
    2019-05-13 02:52

    After reading The Last Good Man, I was happy to read this book and find out more about Cole Kills Crow. I didn't get a great impression of him from the first book, so I was hoping that I would like him more in this one - and I did. I thought that Heather Reardon was a likeable and sympathetic character. The storyline kept me interested throughout the book, and while this wasn't one of my favorites by Kathleen Eagle, I did enjoy it.Kole Kills Crow has been living a quiet life, knowing that if he is recognized, he will go back to prison. His world is changed when Heather Reardon shows up and wants to tell his story. Soon, a group of his friends has gathered and is headed to Hollywood to protest the way Native Americans are portrayed in movies. As Heather enourages Cole to take steps to turn his life around, their attraction to one another turns into feelings that deepen and intensify the more they are together.I enjoyed reading this book. It had likeable characters, a storyline that kept me interested, and a premise that was a little different from what I normally read. I received this book as an ARC from Netgalley.

  • Michael
    2019-05-01 05:06

    Kole Kills Crow was once a man adored by woman, the Entertainment industry loved him and he was admired for his rights of Native Americans. After the tragic death of of his that happened years earlier, he steps out the spotlight. He leaves his child behind and he resides in a small town area where he can cope with his loss and never wants to relive his past. Betrayed by his close friends; the man is a man that never existed. Heather Reardon is a very informative reporter, she searches for clues on Kole`s disappearance and finds him at a bar. In addition,. Heather falls in love with him, and she tries to separate their relationship from her professional life. Heather takes the necessary steps to repair Kole life, and she wants him to reexamine hist past. This was a HUGE disappointed from the last novel I read by her-What the Heart Knows. Inconsistent plots, poor character development and weak ending!

  • Nicole
    2019-05-09 03:57

    I didn't much care for this book from the moment I started reading it. The introduction to the two leads is very shallow. The storyline is too coincidental, and boring. I couldn't finish this one. After the first sex scene, I put it down for good.

  • Sally Witt
    2019-05-07 22:52

    Very good story. Nice to have a modern story about the Native American people and issues. Kathleen Eagle is very well suited to sharing that vision.

  • Liz
    2019-05-11 06:01

    Started our strong but faltered in the middle a bit. Ending was interesting. But on the whole I felt still didn't feel I understood the real issues/culture.

  • Penneye
    2019-05-15 04:01

    a good cottage read

  • Karen
    2019-05-08 01:58

    bad

  • Joan Karter
    2019-05-09 22:56

    Kathleen Eagle really satisfies my need for happy endings. Along the way I get to learn more about American Indians and the awful things we do in the name of progress.

  • Marianne
    2019-05-12 22:19

    I always learn a lot about the history and the present feelings of Am Indians from their perspective. Eagle has compassion, and credibility.

  • Michele
    2019-05-07 02:55

    Horrible, couldn't even finish it. There was no storyline.