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What the Heart Knows

Kathleen Eagle ✓ 9 characters

A woman knows better than to give her heart easily But when you're in love what the heart knows is the most important thing of allHelen Ketterling is good at keeping secrets and the most precious one of all is her son Years ago Helen had left the Bad River Sioux Reservation the p. Helen has come to Bad River on a job she has been sent by her boss to find out important information and she is earnest in discovering the truth behind a old man's death the father to the man she once abandoned who is the father to her child Helen at first never imagined that she would encounter Reese so much or that the passion they once held for each other would be rekindled as powerful as fireworks Reese is shocked when he comes across Helen Ketterling the one woman who hurt him than any other even though he is younger than her the feelings he had for her were genuine and real Now she is back in his life at a time where he has just lost his father and becoming involved in family affairs but then there is a secret that he will soon discover to be shocking and surreal and when a danger surfaces to threaten everyone he loves he will discover the true power of loveWhat The Heart Knows is a single title by Kathleen Eagle I think though I had high expectations from this book and I found myself pretty disappointed throughout the whole novel I have read a few books by Kathleen Eagle and I think there has only been one or two that I ended up satisfied with What The Heart Knows started out ok and I was hoping it would just get better but the flow was uneven and static at times The story line was the best part of the book but I just felt from beginning to end I had to force myself to get through it I almost gave up on it but I stuck with it hoping it would get better however I only ended up in a spirit of frustration and how I seemed to get lost at times and I felt like there could have substance to the characters I hope the next book I read from this author is much better

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E feels for her hasn't abated he senses that she's holding something back Although Reese is a man with secrets of his own this proud man seeks the truth And in this place where cherished traditions clash with a modern world he's hoping to believe once again in what the heart know. Bit of an anti climactic ending but not bad

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Assionate nights she had spent in the arms of Reese Blue Sky were never meant to last She had never told him about their child she wasn't about to tie him down just when he needed his freedom mostReese is astonished that his first love has returned to Bad River But while desire h. After I read Promise Canyon by Robyn Carr in which I liked her writing about Native Americans and also her writing about horses I wanted to re read some Kathleen Eagle She also writes of bothI remembered a turn of phraseexpression in her writing about singing someone on their final journey after death and wanted to find the expression I'm not sure if it's in this one and I remembered it incorrectly or if it's in Ride a Painted Pony which I am currently re reading I'll see if the expression is as I am recalling Kathleen Eagle's language use is different roundabout I wonder why that is This is not a criticism just an observationHer books stand alone so a reader can start anywhere if you want to read one


About the Author: Kathleen Eagle

Kathleen Eagle published her first book a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award winner with Silhouette Books in 1984 Since then she has published than 40 books including historical and contemporary series and single title earning her nearly every award in the industry Her books have consistently appeared on regional and national bestseller lists including the USA Today list an



10 thoughts on “What the Heart Knows

  1. says:

    This was a nice read and I really liked the fact how the issue of race and there relations between Native Americans and white people was explored But the characters were just a little too one dimensional for me and some of their actions did not make sense Still I appreciate how fast I flew through the book


  2. says:

    This is an excellent story about Native Americans in South Dakota and what the casino business has been like for them but in addition it is a mystery and a romance and so much It is an intriguing story that will keep the reader turning the pages uickly but also enjoying the gentle wisdom that occurs throughout the story


  3. says:

    Helen has come to Bad River on a job she has been sent by her boss to find out important information and she is earnest in discovering the truth behind a old man's death the father to the man she once abandoned who is the father to her child Helen at first never imagined that she would encounter Reese so much or that the passion they once held for each other would be rekindled as powerful as fireworks Reese is shocked when he comes across Helen Ketterling the one woman who hurt him than any other even though he is younger than her the feelings he had for her were genuine and real Now she is back in his life at a time where he has just lost his father and becoming involved in family affairs but then there is a secret that he will soon discover to be shocking and surreal and when a danger surfaces to threaten everyone he loves he will discover the true power of loveWhat The Heart Knows is a single title by Kathleen Eagle I think though I had high expectations from this book and I found myself pretty disappointed throughout the whole novel I have read a few books by Kathleen Eagle and I think there has only been one or two that I ended up satisfied with What The Heart Knows started out ok and I was hoping it would just get better but the flow was uneven and static at times The story line was the best part of the book but I just felt from beginning to end I had to force myself to get through it I almost gave up on it but I stuck with it hoping it would get better however I only ended up in a spirit of frustration and how I seemed to get lost at times and I felt like there could have substance to the characters I hope the next book I read from this author is much better


  4. says:

    I really enjoyed this second chance romance between Helen and Reese Helen and Reese and a relationship that ended when he pursued an NBA career Helen left her job as a teacher on the reservation Now they are both back on the reservation and soon embroiled in an investigation into his father's death They will have to decide whether they can bridge the secrets held by each of them in order to have a future together while trying to stay safe from dangerI liked both Helen and Reese and wanted them to overcome the past and be together I thought the book had a nice balance of romance and suspense and plenty of action Kathleen Eagle's books are always a solid read for me and I'm glad that I tried this one


  5. says:

    After I read Promise Canyon by Robyn Carr in which I liked her writing about Native Americans and also her writing about horses I wanted to re read some Kathleen Eagle She also writes of bothI remembered a turn of phraseexpression in her writing about singing someone on their final journey after death and wanted to find the expression I'm not sure if it's in this one and I remembered it incorrectly or if it's in Ride a Painted Pony which I am currently re reading I'll see if the expression is as I am recalling Kathleen Eagle's language use is different roundabout I wonder why that is This is not a criticism just an observationHer books stand alone so a reader can start anywhere if you want to read one


  6. says:

    I supposed I'd give this book 35 stars I really liked the likable parts like 4 stars It was just a bit too long too wordy I've liked some of her other books better The basic family story in here though I loved I do take issue with any woman who keeps her child a secret from the father Especially a man like Reese I'd accept it if he were a junkie or something similar but her reasoning didn't sell me


  7. says:

    This was a slow yet interesting read I felt this kind of love story is over done or at least not done differently I get so frustrated with characters when their choices could have been avoid with honest communication instead they avoid what will eventually bite them in the butt later


  8. says:

    to many unanswered uestons


  9. says:

    Bit of an anti climactic ending but not bad


  10. says:

    Well written I like this author


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