Book Reviews of Passion's Thunder

Passion's Thunder
Passion's Thunder
Author: Lauren Wilde
ISBN-13: 9780821734117
ISBN-10: 0821734113
Publication Date: 6/1/1991
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Pub Corp (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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Anne Phillips was wide-eyed as she arrived in Cheyenne, Wyoming. She'd come West to share in the building of the Transcontinental Railroad, but what she found in he wild frontier town was more than she expected. Gaming halls, saloons, ladies of the night ... what had she gotten herself into? Still, it was the appearance of the ruggedly handsome and broad-shouldered Guy Masters which disturbed her the most. Anna knew that she should ignore the arrogant engineer, but Guy Masters' commanding presence and coal black eyes pulled her closer until she yearned to experience the feel of his arms around her, his lips upon hers... he was the perfect teacher.
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Anne Phillips was wide-eyed as she arrived in Cheyenne,Wyoming.She'd came west to share in the building of the Transcontinental Railroad,but what she found in the wild frontier town was more than she expected.Gaming halls,saloons,ladies of the night..what had she gotten herself into?Still it was the appearance of the ruggedly handsome and broad-shouldered Guy Masters which disturbed her the most.Anna knew that she should ignore the arrogant engineer,but but Guys' commanding presence and coal black eyes pulled her closer until she yearned to experience the feel of his arms around her,his lips upon hers...
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Anne Phillips was wid-eyed as she arrived in Cheyenne. Guy Masters had more on his mind than playing nursemaid to a naive little ninny like Anne Phillips. He had seen enough brawls and fistfights to know that quick-thinking and sharp-shooting were the only way to survive in Cheyenne, and it seemed pretty obvious that the delicate Miss Phillips was out of her element.