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A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing by Joan Johnston released on May 24, 2002 is available now for purchase. A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing by Joan Johnston released on May 24, 2002 is available now for purchase.


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A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing by Joan Johnston released on May 24, 2002 is available now for purchase. A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing by Joan Johnston released on May 24, 2002 is available now for purchase.

30 review for A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cindylisse

    Estuvo bien, facil y rapida de leer... Desde el principio de la novela me encantó Nathan, su forma de cuidar de ella sin que lo supiera. Cómo se siente atraído por ella y decide tomar cartas en el asunto. Ambos protagonistas tienen miedos ocultos y algo que demostrar a sí mismos o a los demás. Me encanta que lleguen a dejarse llevar por lo que sienten y que además logren un punto medio donde ninguno se sienta inferior. Donde puedan disfrutar de los sentimientos que comparten sin sentir que están p Estuvo bien, facil y rapida de leer... Desde el principio de la novela me encantó Nathan, su forma de cuidar de ella sin que lo supiera. Cómo se siente atraído por ella y decide tomar cartas en el asunto. Ambos protagonistas tienen miedos ocultos y algo que demostrar a sí mismos o a los demás. Me encanta que lleguen a dejarse llevar por lo que sienten y que además logren un punto medio donde ninguno se sienta inferior. Donde puedan disfrutar de los sentimientos que comparten sin sentir que están por debajo del otro...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    For Nathan, this rancher's feud has been going on for generations. A small chunk of land belongs to the Allistairs. Nathan and his family have tried to buy it from them for years. When old Allistair dies, Nathan sees this as his chance to finally get the coveted land. Harriet (Harry) Allistair decided to take on the sheep ranch that her uncle left her in his will. Failing (willingly) at everything she has tried in life, this is one thing she wants to do on her own. Her family, confident she will For Nathan, this rancher's feud has been going on for generations. A small chunk of land belongs to the Allistairs. Nathan and his family have tried to buy it from them for years. When old Allistair dies, Nathan sees this as his chance to finally get the coveted land. Harriet (Harry) Allistair decided to take on the sheep ranch that her uncle left her in his will. Failing (willingly) at everything she has tried in life, this is one thing she wants to do on her own. Her family, confident she will fail, agree to let her try this ranch lifestyle. When Nathan and Harry meet, a lamb is born dead, another lamb is born and lives, and sparks fly between Nathan and Harry-et (as he calls her). A good read story!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lorrie

    Any book that I DNF automatically gets a 1-star rating. There are a number of reasons why I DNFed this book, but mostly it was because Harriet was a completely unlikable character. For most of the book (the part that I read, that is), she proved the fine line that exists between stubbornness and stupidity can be a precarious place. Unfortunately, she spent far more time on the stupid side than the stubborn one. Now let's get into specifics. First, the term 'genetic breeding' is used multiple times Any book that I DNF automatically gets a 1-star rating. There are a number of reasons why I DNFed this book, but mostly it was because Harriet was a completely unlikable character. For most of the book (the part that I read, that is), she proved the fine line that exists between stubbornness and stupidity can be a precarious place. Unfortunately, she spent far more time on the stupid side than the stubborn one. Now let's get into specifics. First, the term 'genetic breeding' is used multiple times in the first part of the story... Well WTF is that? It's either genetic engineering, or selective breeding, not 'genetic breeding'. Second, I have major issues with how the chemistry between Nathan and Harry was depicted throughout. You don't have perfect strangers arguing heatedly their very first meeting and then falling into each other's arms in a haze of passion. It's unrealistic. On top of that, it was completely unbelievable. A romance falls flat when you can't believe the two should (or even could) be a couple. Another failing in Harry's character development was her consistent need to set herself up for failure. Why would a person not just tank their family life in this way but their professional life as well, and then turn around in the very next breath bemoan the fact that she did it? There was no reason to sabotage herself the way she did... all she had to do was quit. Just one more reason I disliked Harry. Why on earth would the bank have disclosed Harry's financial distress to her family? If I banked with this particular institution and they revealed ANYTHING about me to ANYONE, even my own family, I would have their ass in court faster than you can say yankee doodle. Short of a court order, her father shouldn't have found out diddly squat. And finally, why does Nathan have a sports car? This is such a small, seemingly insignificant thing, but think about it. He's a sheep farmer, in the middle of rural Montana, and he this little toy that belongs to a yuppie city boy. And it's said more than once in the book that he was worried about making ends meet, yet he has this completely impractical thing that only appears on a date? Oh wait, it wasn't a date... it was a truce dinner, but whatever. And speaking of Nathan, don't think that I only disliked Harry in this book. Nathan was a piece of work himself. I read about 2/3 of the book before I called it quits, and we STILL don't know why he was so damn hellbent on buying Harry's land. He just came across like a bully about it. To be honest, I really don't care how this book could have ended, nothing could have saved the train-wreck it was up until I called it quits.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Judith Sherrod

    Hazard Ranch I read this when it first came out in the 90's. I usually read about cowboys instead of sheep herders. This was a cute love story interwoven with with and without the pain of severe weather and lost sheep or gunslingers. Hazard Ranch I read this when it first came out in the 90's. I usually read about cowboys instead of sheep herders. This was a cute love story interwoven with with and without the pain of severe weather and lost sheep or gunslingers.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Laura Miller

    Great romance writer, my favorite

  6. 4 out of 5

    Angela

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  7. 5 out of 5

    Mary L Johnson

    Not up to. Her usual good reading. Maybe I am too.old but, this book was all sex and too little substance. I skipped thru at least one half of the book to find the plot.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kasey Riley

    Wolf in sheeps... I never managed to read "Tell Me your Secrets" because first person tales hold little interest for me, so this ranking is only for the Johnston story. I like the reality of this tale, Joan has a good feel for sheep ranching and the difficulties of that lifestyle. Good job. The conflicts of Harry are self inflicted and there are a few times I felt like smacking her...but overall she is likable and makes the story more interesting. Wolf in sheeps... I never managed to read "Tell Me your Secrets" because first person tales hold little interest for me, so this ranking is only for the Johnston story. I like the reality of this tale, Joan has a good feel for sheep ranching and the difficulties of that lifestyle. Good job. The conflicts of Harry are self inflicted and there are a few times I felt like smacking her...but overall she is likable and makes the story more interesting.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Zeinab Dh

    I got this in exchange of an honest review, I love this kind of book, they just make me thirsty for more and more, I loved how the feud made things different between them but it also was a way for them to get together and the action that happened for them to come together was cool and fun.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    I have to say - the main story - A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing was just okay. It takes place in Montana - and I can pretty much guarantee that the author doesn't know any Montana Men.... It did not ring true. However, the second story, Tell Me Your Secrets - was much better. I have to say - the main story - A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing was just okay. It takes place in Montana - and I can pretty much guarantee that the author doesn't know any Montana Men.... It did not ring true. However, the second story, Tell Me Your Secrets - was much better.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Denise Koopman

    I had a hard time getting through this book.It was so slow.This is what I hate about some authors,they will write a few awesome books and then it goes down hill.Well we will see what happens with the next book.I want to read her series she has out sowe will see how they go!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    I really enjoyed both stories in this book. I liked the second book by Cara Summers more than the first book by Joan Johnston. If I were rating them individually I would give A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing by Joan Johnston 4 stars and Tell Me Your Secrets... by Cara Summers 5 stars. I really enjoyed both stories in this book. I liked the second book by Cara Summers more than the first book by Joan Johnston. If I were rating them individually I would give A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing by Joan Johnston 4 stars and Tell Me Your Secrets... by Cara Summers 5 stars.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    Quick & easy read. Good romance story.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    I didn't really enjoy this. I didn't really enjoy this.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    Wow! Quick trashy read. It is for my neighborhood book club. Can't wait for those questions?! Wow! Quick trashy read. It is for my neighborhood book club. Can't wait for those questions?!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tricia

    As far as romance novels are concerned this would probably be a 3.5-4, but compared against real books it was a solid 2.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Martha Baker

  18. 4 out of 5

    Angel

  19. 4 out of 5

    Bridget Blackwood

  20. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

  21. 4 out of 5

    Carol

  22. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jaimee Edison

  24. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jane doe

  26. 4 out of 5

    Cassandramcclain

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jeanna G

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sydney Cook

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sherri

  30. 5 out of 5

    Yani Thamrin

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