Book Reviews of Kiss of the Night Wind (Western Wind, Bk 3)

Kiss of the Night Wind (Western Wind, Bk 3)
Kiss of the Night Wind - Western Wind, Bk 3
Author: Janelle Taylor
ISBN-13: 9780821726990
ISBN-10: 0821726994
Publication Date: 1989
Pages: 512
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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The bestselling author of Fortune's Flames presents a blistering new novel of a beautiful outlaw-turned-schoolmarm and the sensual stranger who saves her from a stagecoach attack. But although lusty T.J. Rogue merely wanted to use Carrie as a tool for revenge, he soon longed to revel in her caresses in the Kiss of the Night Wind!
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Deserting her brother's outlaw gang, Carrie Sue Stover headed to Tucson to start a new life as "Carolyn Starns", schoolmarm. Then her stage was attacked, she was rescued by a devilishly handsome gunslinger-and the fiery red-head was drawn into a danger much riskier than crossfire. Her pistol-packing hero was T.J. Rogue and the cunning cowboy not only undressed her with one glance, he seemed to strip away her alias to reveal her illicit past. Irresistibly drawn to the sensual stranger, Carrie Sue couldn't help but delight in his embrace...even though she trusted a striking rattlesnake more than the secretive saddlebum!

After years of hunting down the gangsters who killed his family, T.J. Rogue couldn't believe his luck when he came across runaway Carrie Sue Stover. The ruthless male who just how to make the innocent-looking miss pay for his loss; first by having her love him...then by tricking her into leading T.J. to her brother and his cohorts. But somewhere between tasting her kissable lips and touching her luscious curves, the lusty avenger lost sight of his goal. Now he was a victim of the beautiful bandit's charms, and thought only of conqueing her until she surrendered to the ecstasy they would share as their bodies reveled in the sensuous, seductive, kiss of the night wind.
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He was a lowdown liar. She was a conniving cheat. She had promised herself never to trust another man, but how could she not trust this man she loved and craved? Merciful heavens, could she even trust herself?
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[from the back cover] He was a lowdown liar. She was a conniving cheat.


Who was the guilty party in the long past? Is there a guilty party now?