Book Reviews of Lady Gypsy

Lady Gypsy
Lady Gypsy
Author: Pam Crooks
ISBN-13: 9780843949117
ISBN-10: 0843949112
Publication Date: 9/2001
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Railroad owner Reese Carison chased no woman. But when the exotic Cypsy with the flowing red tresses stole his prize stallion, he galloped after her straight into a tornado. It ws not the twister that threatened to ravge him, though, but the woman who';d tamed his horse. For in the eye of the storm, her soothing touch incited a whirlwind of passion he was helpless to resist.
Fleeing false accusations, Liza rode fo her life. She longed only to escape the hated world of the non-Gypsy- the Gaje. Instead she found herself wrapped i the sheltering embrace of a poweful Gajo man a man who aroused tratorous desires. A man whose sensuality stripped away her defenses and whose caresses touched down on her heart, leaving in their wake not destuction, but love.
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Railroad owner Reese Carrison chased no woman. But when the exotic Gypsy with the flowing red tresses stole his prized stallion, he galloped after her --- straight into a tornado. It was not the twisted that threatened to ravage him though, but the woman who'd tamed his horse. For in the eye of the storm, her soothing touch incited a whirlwind of passion he was helpless to resist.

Fleeing false accusations, Liza rode for her life. She longed only to escape the hated world of the non-gypsy --the Gaje. Instead she found herself wrapped in the sheltering embrace of a powerful Gajo man --- a man who aroused traitrorus desires. A man whose sensuality stripped away her defenses and whose caresses touched down on her heart, leaving in their wake not destruction, but love. A love that said she belonged in his arms, a love that made her his...Lady Gypsy.
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Reviewer: Laura Eakes (Port Neches, TX USA) -

This second novel by Pam Crooks was a fabulous book! I read it in about a day. The heroine-a half white, half gypsy, Liza is a stong character whose faced adversity in her life but doesn't let it get her down-she always lived as Romany before the fateful day she comes to town to sell baskets, and her adventure begins there.

The hero is a self made railroad man, Reese-a friendly workaholic who is about to pop the question to the "perfect" but cold Rebecca Ann, before he meets the "imperfect" but loving Liza. The way the story is written from Liza's "fish out of water" perspective is fun and fresh.

Lot's of gypsy/Romany lore and tidbits-whether they are historically accurate, I don't know but they make the book very interesting. The books sidebar of overcoming prejudice is well done and the secondary characters are as well. The romance scenes are slightly sensual but not over done for those who don't do racy reads. The beautiful cover art by John Ennis is icing on the cake!

I'm looking forward to more from this author-5 stars!