Mrs. Mike

Mrs. Mike

Book - 2002
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Penguin Putnam
A classic and wholesome romantic tale that has enchanted millions of readers worldwide, Mrs. Mike brings the fierce, stunning landscape of the Great North to life—and masterfully evokes the tender, touching moments that bring a man and a woman together forever.

Recently arrived in Calgary, Alberta after a long, hard journey from Boston, sixteen-year-old Katherine Mary O’Fallon never imagined that she could lose her heart so easilyor so completely. Standing over six feet tall, with “eyes so blue you could swim in them,” Mike Flannigan is a well-respected sergeant in the Canadian Mounted Policeand a man of great courage, kindness, and humor. Together, he and his beloved Kathy manage to live a good, honest life in this harsh, unforgiving landand find strength in a love as beautiful and compelling as the wilderness around them...

Baker & Taylor
Young Katherine Mary O'Fallon, a city girl, marries Canadian Mountie Sergeant Mike Flannigan and begins a new life in the wilderness of the North Woods of Canada. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, c2002.
ISBN: 9780425183236
Characteristics: 313 p. ; 21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Freedman, Nancy Mars


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Sep 24, 2017

I was a bit skeptical when I saw the genre listed as romance but I enjoyed this book. The Canadian history written into it was interesting and it was appealing to connect so much of my life in Alberta to these places and landmarks.

Nov 26, 2016

This is a really great love story, but it's so much more than that. Kathy and Mike go through a lot of hard times in Northern Canada in the early 1900s, and it's so interesting to read how they lived back then. Their love stays true, even through the most desperate and depressing times. I recommend this for teens and adults.

Nov 14, 2011

I read Mrs. Mike for the first time when I was in my mid-teen's. I found the story to sad, but sure made you think about what people went through back then and their hardships compared to now. It is a wonderful read, and would recommend it to anyone.

Feb 12, 2011

It was a little too sad for me. I guess I should have expected after reading the summary about surviving in the rough Canadian wilderness.

claire1 Dec 17, 2010

one of the best books l have ever read


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May 19, 2014

“This is a book the reader will be unable to put down until the last page is read.”—Library Journal


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