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Preview — Comanche Flame by Madeline Baker
He was a loner, a drifter, a fast gun whose aura of dangerous virility turned pretty heads all across the West. But if his reputation as an outlaw didn't warn decent women away, his Comanche blood did...
He saved Jessica's life out on the desolate plains, then made her a willing captive of his savage desire. But even when he had left her behind to rej...more
Really liked the way the author portrayed Jessica Landry at the beginning of the story. Leaving the East behind, she is young, exuberant and sizzles with the excitement of her new life awaiting and all her dreams that will materialize in the American west. I could actually feel her excitement and joy. Very well written.
But a devastating situation occurs very early and everything changes in her life, again. Poor baby, she deals with it, actually sh ...more
I mean, at the end he sighs in resignation and takes her into his arms, basically telling her that h ...more
This was loads better than Caress and Conquer, that is why it gets a three stars.
I noticed a pattern in romance novels, especially bodice rippers, the hero/heroine are always mixed. They are never pure black, persian, etc. The only exception is caucasian. Or they are raised in a minority race, but are actually genetically the oppressor ethnicity. Which is really interesting, and I will have to look further into this the more I read in this genre.
Why is it that aborigin ...more
Ms. Baker writes hero's that are bigger than life, ones that will excite you and have you loving them. Jesse, the heroine in Comanche Flame was casted perfectly for Dancer.