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American Dreamer (English Edition) von [Weir, Theresa]
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"Weir's (Long Night Moon) latest contemporary romance is a subtle yet shattering bucolic love poem of the American heartland. Lark Leopold, a sheltered young woman bearing the secret of painful sexual wounds, travels to Iowa to conduct a study on ""the contentment of cows."" She is attracted to a farmer, Nathan Senatra, but upon discovering his ex-wife floating face down in a cow pond, she suspects Nathan of the murder. But the murder plot is overshadowed by Nathan's and Lark's romantic torment as each has been wounded in ways that make love well-nigh impossible. Weir isn't maudlin, but rather endows her characters with a warm wit--and the ultimate resolution of their obstacles is an affirmation to the weariest reader." Publishers Weekly 
Striking out on her own for the first time, Lark Leopold comes face-to-face with the steamy glare was of an impossibly rugged and handsome farmer.

Nathan Senatra's life is a mess and he doesn't have time for Lark's silly, bureaucratic, animal research. His wife has left him and taken almost everything he has. When her body is found in the pond behind his house, Nathan is the prime suspect. But are the cops focusing on the wrong person while a killer stalks the small community of Elizabeth, Iowa? Or is Nathan really capable of murder?


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 540 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 272 Seiten
  • Verlag: Belfry Press (22. Dezember 2011)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B006P7XMHU
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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17 von 19 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Theresa Weir writes thr best in contemporary Americana 23. März 1997
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Over a decade ago, Lark Leopold was viciously attacked, forcing the traumatized young lady to return to her parents' home to recover. Ten years later, she feels it is time to return to the living. She accepts federal money to study farm animals in Iowa.
...... Lark meets Nathan Senatra, a person with a four-poster hangover, who refuses to suffer the indignity of dealing with a fed. However, Nathan's nastiness to her is nothing compared to what happens to Lark next as she finds a murdered body. Local law enforcement officer Adam Trent is assigned the case. He is elated with this investigation because he sees an opportunity to destroy his enemy Nathan, even if the person is innocent. He blames Nathan for driving his sister to a breakdown years ago. Even with a law out to hang him, Nathan tries with all his might to drive Lark away. However, she sees through his cynical outer shell into the lonely, melancholy man suffering through life. Lark must convince Nathan that they may have both been hurt in the past, but the future could be a time for joint healing.
...... AMERICAN DREAMER is an interesting romantic mystery due to the struggles of the lead protagonists to overcome the ghosts from their pasts. The efforts of the law to prove Nathan guilty adds a twist to the who-done-it story line. If this novel is a sample of her work, fans of romantic mystery will want to read more work from the obviously talented Theresa Weir because she spins a great yarn.

......Harriet Klausner
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5.0 von 5 Sternen a lovely book 4. April 2001
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It seems strange to write a review for a book no longer published. If you find a copy somewhere buy it and read it. It is short, only about 270 pages. Although the center plot revolves around murder and rape (with a realistic portrayal of a rape victim) by the end of the book one can only take a deep breath and release it with a smile. This truly is a lovely story about second chances and having the strength to let your dreams come true.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Come Back to Romance, Theresa Weir! 18. Januar 2012
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This was one of the few Theresa Weir titles I had not yet tracked down a used copy of from Amazon, so I was THRILLED to see it in Kindle format. I'd been itching to read "American Dreamer" for several years, and I was not disappointed.

I won't recap the story - you've got the synopsis for that. I'll just tell you how I feel about "American Dreamer."

As usual, Theresa Weir turns the contemporary romance genre on its head by writing a hero and heroine who are head and shoulders above the usual suspects. The true test of a great novel - of any genre - for me is characters I feel strongly about. I either want to love them and wish they were real so I could have them over for a party, or I want to dislike them or fear them or be creeped out by them, and Theresa Weir never fails to deliver. Even her villains are fully-fleshed and realistic. You connect with her characters, and feel their joys and sorrows. And this is certainly true of "American Dreamer." By the end of the book, I wanted to invite Nate and Lark over for a cookout!

The only problem I had with this book? Knowing Theresa Weir no longer writes romances, which means there are going to be no more great books like this one from her! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE, Theresa Weir, I implore you -- find it in your heart to write romance again! Contemporary romance NEEDS you! If you'll just think about writing more romance, I'll invite YOU to a party, and make lots of fabulous desserts!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen THE MOST TOUCHING BOOK ON EARTH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 24. Februar 1999
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I have read this book at least ten times! Each time I laugh and cry, only to find myself feeling very peaceful and happy at the end of the book. I love Lark and Nathan as if they were my two best friends. The tender passion with which they love each other moves me. I've read numerous books from Sandra Browne to LaVyrle Spencer, but none has touched my heart like the love of Nathan and Lark. If I could make everyone in the world read this book, I would. This is what love should be about!
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Interesting Characters 13. Januar 2012
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I found the characters in this book to be intriguing, although they are each flawed and carry around a lot of baggage. They both were very pessimistic, which made them harder to like. The plot was a little predictable and sometimes hard to believe. I doubt a real law enforcement officer would let the man he'd just arrested for pulling a gun on him ride with him to catch a murderer, but the book was still an interesting read. The worst part was the very explicit scene of premartial sex between the main characters. There were also some editing errors, but not so many it made it hard to read.
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