Book Reviews of The Colonel's Daughter

The Colonel's Daughter
The Colonel's Daughter
Author: Merline Lovelace
ISBN-13: 9780739422793
ISBN-10: 0739422790
Publication Date: 2002
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Hardcover
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She wasn't afaid to fight ...for the man or for his love. this powerful story with a fabulous military background will enthrall readers
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I enjoyed this book. The heroine isn't afraid to stand up for herself, even with a tough, hardened hero. Setting is 1870's Western.
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She's a soldiers daughter, not a shrinking violet. He is a gunslinger. She's looking for her friend, he for vengeance.
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She wasn't afraid to fight.....
Beneath the polish of an Eastern finishing school lies a soldier's daughter who can ride, shoot and deal cards with the best. Which is why Suzanne Bonneaux calmly boards the infamous Cheyenne- Deadwood stage to search for a longtime friend before the winter snows erase her trail.
When the stagecoach is attacked, a deadly shoot-out brings her face-to-face with notorious Black Jack Sloan, a hard, handsome gunslinger who exudes the kind of danger wise men avoid. And when Jack saves her life, Suzanne decides to ride by his side through the Dakota Badlands, with or without his say-so.
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In the untamed west most women knew their place.Then there was -the colonel's daughter.I liked this book.
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Susanne boards the Cheyenne-Deadwood stage to search for a longtime friend. When the stagecoach is attacked, she comes face-to-face with the notorious Black Jack Sloan, a dangerous gunslinger. When Jack saves her life, she decides to ride through the Dakota Badlands with him -- whether he wants her to or not.
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Typical western romance....set in Wyoming territory. Not great but good.
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For those who enjoy a strong heroine in a western setting. Lots of action.
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This was a very good book. The suspense keeps you reading and barely lets you put it down. I liked the ending, it wasn't really mushy but it was a good rounded story.
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Beneath the polish of an eastern finishing school lies the soldier'sdaughter who can ride , shoot , and deal cards with the best. Which is why Suzanne Bonneaux calmly boards the infamous Cheyenne-Deadwood stage to search for her longtime friend before winter sets in. When the stagecoach is attacked , a deadly shoot out bring s her face to face with the notorious Black Jack Sloan, a hard ,handsome gunslinger who exudes the kind os danger wise men avoid. And when Jack saves her life, Suzanne decides to ride by his side through the dakota badlands, with or without his say so.