Divine Deception (Love Notes, #7)




      Divine Deception (Love Notes, #7)
Mistreated, disheartened, and trapped, Fallon Ashby unexpectedly found the chance of swift deliverance at the hand of a wealthy landowner The mysterious deliverer offered Fallon escape from unendurable circumstances Thus, Fallon chose to marry Trader Donavon, a man who concealed his face within the dark shadows of an ominous black hood a man who unknowingly held her heart captive.Yet malicious villainy, intent on destroying Trader Donavon, set out to defeat him Would evil succeed in overpowering the man whose face Fallon had never seen The ever hooded hero Fallon silently loved above all else Download Divine Deception (Love Notes, #7) Author Marcia Lynn McClure – heartforum.co.uk

Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Marcia Lynn McClure grew up influenced by the reminiscent stories of rugged, rural Colorado farm life fascinatingly recounted to her by her parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts tales of runaway buckboards, mule drawn plows and dust pneumonia verbalized images of stream flooded meadows, frozen over in winter, where a child could peer through the crystal clear ice in wonder at the small fish, snakes and mice sealed in the meadow grasses beneath stories of hardship and tragedy, love and loss But always the stories, and the people telling them, bore evidence of the wonder and worthiness of simpler, yet sometimes brutal, times.These influential people and the family legends they detailed, coupled with her own life experiences and utterly romantic nature, led Marcia to begin writing novels as Christmas gifts for her closest friends friends who long for a breath of the past and miss the romance of bygone eras friends searching for moments of distraction from the stressful, demanding times we live in.And so, knowing that it is the breath of the past and the take me in you arms and kiss me kind of moments that so many women long to relive, Marcia spins her tales of love, life and laughter adventures woven around those compelling, romantic instances that most appeal to a woman s loving heart Marcia feels that if her readers close one of her books with a contented sigh and a delighted smile, feeling rejuvenated, cheerful and edified, then she has achieved what she set out to do shower refreshment and happiness on anyone having experienced the story.Marcia lives in Rio Rancho, New Mexico There she writes her stories surrounded by her beloved friends and familyand the beautiful desert landscape of New Mexico

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  • Paperback
  • 204 pages
  • Divine Deception (Love Notes, #7)
  • Marcia Lynn McClure
  • 25 December 2018
  • 1599360179

10 thoughts on “ Divine Deception (Love Notes, #7)

  1. Kathy says:

    It s pretty obvious that I am a big McClure fan, I love her books They re a fun escape She s written around fifty books, that s pretty amazing There are some that are my favorites, but out of that many books these bound to be at least one that I don t like as much I hate to say it, but Divine Deception is not a favorite of mine It s still a fun read and I ve even read it a few different times, so it s a good book It s just falls in to the bottom of my favorite McClure books.Fallon is sent It s pretty obvious that I am a big McClure fan, I love her books They re a fun escape She s written around fifty books, that s pretty amazing There are some that are my favorites, but out of that many books these bound to be at least one that I don t like as much I hate to say it, but Divine Deception is not a favorite of mine It s still a fun read and I ve even read it a few different times, so it s a good book It s just falls in to the bottom of my favorite McClure books.Fallon is sent to live with her uncle when her mother becomes ill Upon arriving she realizes her uncle is not the man she thought he would be He s a mean, gambling drunk He treats Fallon pretty terribly Then one cold winter night Trader Donovan...

  2. Zoe and the Edge says:

    Sorry for the incoherency I was kind of in the mood for some Ms McClure, but she mainly writes silly, predictable and stereotypical romances They always start badly for me and then get better Here s my thoughts.What a loony heroine.She thinks she s in love with a man she doesn t know and has never seen Why do these heroines have to fall in love with dudes they don t even know She s a hysterical heroine She s always crying I like how she keeps shoving her husband Trader is childishly obs Sorry for the incoherency I was kind of in the mood for some Ms McClure, but she mainly writes silly, predictable and stereotypical romances They always start badly for me and then get better Here s my thoughts.What a loony heroine.She thinks she s in love with a man she doesn t know and has never seen Why do these heroines have to fall in love with dudes they don t even know She s a hysterical heroine She s always crying I like how she keeps shoving her husband Trader is childishly obsessed with keeping his physiognomy a secret He s terribly vain Trader it was the last wish of a dying woman to see Tr...

  3. Kathryn says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Another clean romance A quick read and it was good enough that even though I knew the ending I read it a second time Fallon Ashby is sent to her Uncle after her father s death and her mothers illness She is treated horrible and is faced with conditions of poverty Then Trader Donovan the landowner comes collecting the late rent and ends up at the farmhouse during a snowstorm He takes the warm spot by the fire during the night leaving Fallon to the table, but when she wakes she is warm wrappe Another clean romance A quick read and it was good enough that even though I knew the ending I read it a second time Fallon Ashby is sent to her Uncle after her father s death and her mothers illness She is treated horrible and is faced with conditions of poverty Then Trader Donovan the landowner comes collecting the late rent and ends up at the...

  4. Chelsea Raadgep says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This story almost kind of reminded me of the movie Rigoletto a bit I really liked how Trader has always had a thing for Fallon, but Fallon doesn t know that, of course One of my favorite parts in this book was when Fallon had gone into town alone when Trader had told her not to She went anyway, and she got herself into some trouble Well, who should happen to show up, but her beloved I could just imagine him standing in the doorway of the market shop and staring down every last man that was This story almost kind of reminded me of the movie Rigoletto a bit I really liked how Trader has always had a thing for Fallon, but Fallon doesn t know that, of course One of my favorite parts in this book was when Fallon had gone into town alone when T...

  5. Melissa says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Spoiler alert Fallon staying with drunk uncle Charles when landlord Trader gets stuck at their home on a night of a bad snow storm Trader is a strong tough guy but wears a hood at all times due to battle scars Uncle wakes to find Fallon in Trader s arms and insists he marry her or have their reputations ruined When Trader discovers the bruises on back at his ranch, gives her th...

  6. Kristen says:

    3 12 13 Read it again in one sitting Ah, McClure books They make me happy 7 28 12 That s how I like my cowboys Rough, tough, passionate and handsome Wow, another great one I cannot get enough of this authorMoral Note Some mild abuse, passionate kisses.

  7. ⭐Richelle says:

    Marcia McClure is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors I am not normally drawn to Western Romances, but she is changing my mind I love the cover of this book Honestly, that is what drew me in, but I digress What I loved about this book I COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN I was captivated instantly by this dark, mysterious hero that is Trader Donovan Now, I am not a fan of love at first sight books, those drive me nuts, but that isn t what this is at all Fallon has a crush on this ma Marcia McClure is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors I am not normally drawn to Western Romances, but she is changing my mind I love the cover of this book Honestly, that is what drew me in, but I digress What I loved about this book I COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN I was captivated instantly by this dark, mysterious hero that is Trader Donovan Now, I am not a fan of love at first sight books, those drive me nuts, but that isn t what this is at all Fallon has a crush on this man who is her uncle s landlord She has never seen his face, he keeps it hidden due to reasons we don t know, but she looks forward to his short visits though his reasons for being there are to warn her uncle that he is about to be evicted unle...

  8. Kristina says:

    Rating 3.5 stars.A Beauty and the Beast re telling in a historical western setting It was clean and entertaining, like all of Marcia Lynn McClure s books.What made this book a little less believable for me was how quickly Fallon fell in love with Trader who s face she had never seen and the way the hood which covered his face was described He was able to kiss her with the hood on, yet she never caught a glimpse of his features There were some sweet, tender moments between Fallon and Trader, Rating 3.5 stars.A Beauty and the Beast re telling in a historical western setting It was clean and entertaining, like all of Marcia Lynn McClure s books.What made this book a little less believable for me was how quickly Fallon fell in love with Trader who s face she had never seen and the way the hood which covered his face was described He was able to kiss her with the hood on, yet she never caught a glimpse of his features There were some sw...

  9. Tammie says:

    2.5 stars This is kind of Beauty and the Beast ish, but also reminded me of East of the Sun and West of the Moon because the Hero of the story hides his face from the woman he loves I was honestly disappointed in this book I had previously read A Crimson Frost by Ms McClure and really enjoyed it, even if it was a bit cheesy at times Divine Deception was however, a bit too cheesy for me The wording constantly played off the masculine and feminine diff...

  10. Annalisa says:

    Love notes collection Book 7 Another stellar book by Marcia Lynn McClure the wording on the cover aptly describes my feeling for this book Never a greater tale toldMore magnificent than goldIs Beauty s Beloved Beast of oldProduct Description Fallon Ashby had been intrigued by Trader Donavon, the wealthy land owner, since the very first day she saw him and heard rumors about him He was horribly misshapen, or so everyone whispered.Fallon inwardly admitted that she had dreamed of Love notes collection Book 7 Another stellar book by Marcia Lynn McClure the wording on the cover aptly describes my feeling for this book Never a greater tale toldMore magnificent than goldIs Beauty s Belo...

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