Book Reviews of The Mercenary's Kiss (Harlequin Historical, No 718)

The Mercenary's Kiss (Harlequin Historical, No 718)
The Mercenary's Kiss - Harlequin Historical, No 718
Author: Pam Crooks
ISBN-13: 9780373293186
ISBN-10: 0373293186
Publication Date: 8/1/2004
Pages: 304
Rating:
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3.9 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Book Details: "Jeb Carson is tired; he's battle-hardened and tired. He's lived so long in the fringe of society and out on the field of honor, he's become a law unto himself. Now that the war is over, he has one rule - his rule. He doesn't take orders. He doesn't do what he doesn't want to do. He champions only what he likes, and he likes Elena Malone.

Years ago Elena was raped. Though a horrifying incident, she recovered and gave birth to a wonderful child whom she loves dearly. Now, the toddler has been kidnapped and she knows the child is her life. She enlists mercenary Jeb Carson to help her get the child back. She didn't mean to, at first, but once she sees his passion and honor, she knows he is her only hope...and not just to get her son back, but for a future as well"
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A solider of fortune, Jeb Carson was a law unto himself, only championing causes he liked - and he liked Elena Malone just fine. A woman of true grit, driven to reclaim her child, the soul-scarred beauty made him hunger for a lifetime of perfect love...
When she'd been attacked, Elena Malone swore nothing could ever be as terrible. But an ironic fate proved that a lie, for her baby boy had been kidnapped. Now her only hope for his rescue lay with Jeb Carson, a dangerous man who lived - and loved - by a code all his own.
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Think, young John Wayne crossed with a harlequinne romance, but without all the sex.