Book Reviews of Hawk O'Toole's Hostage

Hawk O'Toole's Hostage
Hawk O'Toole's Hostage
Author: Sandra Brown
ISBN-13: 9780553297515
ISBN-10: 0553297511
Publication Date: 10/1/1997
Pages: 224
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 95 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 5
This is your usual Sandra Brown story. It wasn't my favorite and that is because I didn't care for the 'guy' character. Instead of making him a stong character,Sandra Brown made him a bully and I didn't like that. Even after being treated badly the girl still fell for him. So personally this just wasn't my favorite. I know that this might make you not want to read this book, but Sandra Brown is a good author and if you like her, you might like this book also.
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Helpful Score: 2
This is probably my favorite by Sandra Brown. I've read it at least a dozen times over the years.
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Helpful Score: 2
Love Sandra Brown, quick read great story.
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Helpful Score: 2
Enjoyable read.
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Helpful Score: 1
Short love story but very good, easy to read, can be read in one day!
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Helpful Score: 1
Great romance adventure by Sandra Brown
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Helpful Score: 1
Romance and suspense are played out as the reasons for a kidnapping surface. Love and respect follow.
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Helpful Score: 1
I throughly enjoyed this book. A strong warm read.
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Helpful Score: 1
A romantic suspenseful novel with wonderful heroes and heroines. The author blends a variety of(sexual)fantasies into this "hard to put down" read!
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Good Brown, great story.
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I enjoyed this book.

2 cass.
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Hawk O'Toole kidnaps Miranda Price and her young son and holds them hostage on his reservation to force the government to reopen the Lone Puma Mine to help his people.
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Love Sandra Brown
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This book is a bit riskay, but a really good read.
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When her divorce was finally granted, Miranda Price thought the worst was behind her. Now she could get on with her life, far from the public scrutiny and private misery that went along with being Representative Price's wife. But when Miranda decides to take their young son on a vacation out West, she stumbles into a mother's worst nightmare. Snatched off a train full of vacationing sightseers, she and her son become the captives of an enigmatic stranger. Miranda knows she will do anything to save her child. . . even if it means fighting her own treacherous feelings for the man who holds her hostage. . . even if it means facing up to a shocking revelation that will make her question her past, her choices, and the woman she's become.
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When her divorce was finally granted, Miranda Price thought the worst was behind her. Now she could get on with her life, far from the public scrutiny and private misery that went along with being Representative Price's wife. But when Miranda decides to take their young son on a vacation out West, she stumbles into a mother's worst nightmare. Snatched off a train full of vacationing sightseers, she and her son become the captives of an enigmatic stranger. Miranda knows she will do anything to save her child. . . even if it means fighting her own treacherous feelings for the man who holds her hostage. . . even if it means facing up to a shocking revelation that will make her question her past, her choices, and the woman she's become.
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from a divorce, the exit from public life to a hostage, fighting for her sons life
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One of Brown's earlier novels...woman in peril (with son)...falls for captor, etc... predictable but a good read.
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From the one and only Sandra Brown comes a searing novel of romantic suspense. . . as a beautiful young mother falls victim to a brazen crime. . . and a seductive captor. . . .

When her divorce was finally granted, Miranda Price thought the worst was behind her. Now she could get on with her life, far from the public scrutiny and private misery that went along with being Representative Price's wife. But when Miranda decides to take their young son on a vacation out West, she stumbles into a mother's worst nightmare. Snatched off a train full of vacationing sightseers, she and her son become the captives of an enigmatic stranger. Miranda knows she will do anything to save her child. . . even if it means fighting her own treacherous feelings for the man who holds her hostage. . . even if it means facing up to a shocking revelation that will make her question her past, her choices, and the woman she's become.
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From cover:
The Hawk O'Toole, she was a pawn in a desperate gamble to help his people. To Miranda Price, he was a stranger who'd done the unthinkable; kidnapped her an dher young son off a train full of sight-seeing vacationers. Now, held hostage on a distant reservation for reasons she cannot at first fathom. Miranda finds herself battling a captor who is by turns harsh and tender, mysteriously aloof and dangerously seductive.
Hawk had assumed that Miranda Price, the beautiful ex-wife of Representative Price, would be as selfish and immoral as the tabloids suggested. Instead, she seems genuinely afraid for her son's life-and willing to risk her own to keep him safe. But committed to a fight he didn't start, Hawk knows he can't afford to feel anything but contempt for his prisioner. To force the government to reopen the Lone Puma Mine, he must keep Miranda at arm's length must remember that she is his enemy-even when she ignites his deepest desires.
Slowly, Miranda begins to learn what drives this brooding, solitary man, to discover the truth about his tragid past. But it will take a shocking revelation to finally force her to face her own past and the woman she really wants..or the chance to stay with hawk forver?
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