in this the second book of the Secret Fires series Chase is a half breed & Texas Ranger who swears it will be a cold day in hell before he will ever go see his dieing father as been ordered to side winder to go undercover for the rangers! so it now becomes a cold day in hell!!:))
I believe the first book in this series was my favorite:) and I have enjoyed the Idea of 4 Authors doing a series together
This book is excellent, it is part of a series about the McBride family. Tom McBirde is dying and he summons all of his children to come home before he dies, Stone, Tanner, Lauren and his bastard half breed son Chase, who has never been acknowledge until now.
really good book western romance
The Half-Breed it is a wonderful read. I really liked Faith. She stood up for what she believes in. As the title says Chase McBride is a Half-Breed his father is Tom McBride who you learn all about in The Wild One. Tom McBride never accepted Chase and when he was young physically removed him from his ranch when Chase came to him when his mother was dying. We learn that Tom McBride is dying and has had his lawyer send letters to all of his children. Chase being one of his children receives a letter. Chase does not want to return to the ranch but Ranger business calls him to Sidewinder (where the ranch is located). On his way he meets Faith whom he rescues from a group of renegades. Along the way they have had to deal with insults and prejudices. The way that Faith handles herself and defends Chase makes you want to say "You Go Girl". The way she handles Tom McBrides wife is so awesome. I really enjoyed this book and the development of the story. I can't wait until the third book in the series comes out.
In the midst of the vast, windswept texas plains, stood a ranch wrested from the wilderness with sweat and tears. It was the shining legacy of Thomas McBride to his five living heirs. But along with the fertile acres and herds of cattle, each would inherit a history of scandal, lies and hidden lust that threatened to burn out of control.
Chase knew he had no legitimate claim to the Circle M. After all, his father had made it painfully clear he wanted nothing to do with his bastard son or the Comanche girl he'd once taken to his bed. But Chase had his own reasons for answering Tom McBride's deathbed summons. He had a job to do as a Texas Ranger, and woman to protect--a woman whose sweet innocence gave him new faith that love born in the darkest night could face the dawn of all tomorrows.
THIS SERIES OFFERS ALOT ABOUT OURSELVES AND HOW FAMILIES ARENT ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM THIS BOOK WAS ABOUT A HALF- BREED WHOSE FATHERS HATE KEEPS HIM AWAY FROM THE ONE PLACE HE KNOWS HE MUST RETURN I ENJOYED THE SERIES VERY MUCH, LOVE AND SACRAFICE CAN LEAD TO THE THINGS WE MOST CRAVE.