Reviews for Fever
Booklist Reviews 2012 November #2
The first hardcover edition of Lowell's romance proves that classics never go out of style. Rancher Ryan McCall, son of a legendary and wealthy Houstonite, has been hounded by his father all his adult life to get married and start procreating. His father is so adamant about this that he has even resorted to sending women to Ryan's Utah ranch to entice him. But Ryan wants a woman who wants him, not his money. He's surprised to find Lisa Johansen in his upper meadow recording grass growth as part of a university project. Having lived in a variety of villages while growing up, thanks to her anthropologist parents' pursuits, she has always been the outsider. Now she hopes that in Utah she'll feel at home even though she has no concept of American culture and standards. Drawn to Lisa and her unusual worldview, Ryan disguises himself as a ranch hand to see if she can spot the real man inside the wealthy son. Fever will, once again, easily draw new and loyal readers to renowned romance author Lowell. Copyright 2012 Booklist Reviews.
Library Journal Reviews 2012 December #1
A cynical rancher wary of gold-digging women and a naive anthropologists' daughter who grew up in a series of primitive global cultures find passionate common ground in this steamy, intensely emotional story that was first published in 1988 as a Silhouette Desire and is the first in the "McCalls" series; classic early Lowell. [Page 75]. (c) Copyright 2012. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.