Book Reviews of Texas Woman (Sisters of the Lone Star, Bk 3)

Texas Woman (Sisters of the Lone Star, Bk 3)
Texas Woman - Sisters of the Lone Star, Bk 3
Author: Joan Johnston
ISBN-13: 9780440236849
ISBN-10: 0440236843
Publication Date: 9/2003
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 106 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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happy reading this is a pretty good book
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Loved this series!
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Excellent as all her books
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From the Sisters of the Lonestar series. This is about Sloan Steward, daughter of a wealthy cotton planter.
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not as good as the others in the series but a decent read.
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Synopsis
Volume three of the "Sisters of the Lone Star" trilogy.

Cruz Guerrero wanted Sloan Stewart from the first moment he laid eyes on the headstrong beauty. But Sloan, eldest daughter of a wealthy cotton planter, belonged to another man -- until the day she came to him, a woman in trouble on the lawless frontier ... and he made her an offer she could not refuse. Now he is ready to claim what is rightfully his -- even as a long-ago betrayal threatens to tear her from his arms forever.

Sloan swore never to be used by a man again. Only sheer desperation made her strike a bargain with the aristocratic nobleman. Now he has come to collect on the vow they made together, seducing her with tender words, determined to make her want him as he wants her. Caught in the bitter cross-fire of a traitorous enemy and an embattled Republic, a man bound by honor and a woman wounded by passion must dare to trust in a love that's strong and wild and true ...
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Another good Joan Johnston book. You'll like it.
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Cruz Guerrero wanted Sloan Stewart from the first moment he laid eyes on the headstrong beauty. But Sloan, eldest daughter of a wealthy cottaon planter, belonged to another man---until the day she came to him, a woman in trouble on the lawless frontier...and he made her an offer she could not refuse.
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3 of 3 from Lone Star series can be read alone but you will want to read the others
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Cruz Guerro wanted Sloan Stewart from the first moment he laid eyes on the headstrong beauty. But Sloan, eldest daughter of a wealthy cotton planter, belonged to another man--until the day she came to him, a woman in trouble on the lawless frontier..and he made her an offer she could not refuse. Now he is ready to claim what is rightfully his--even as a long ago betrayal threatens to tear her from his arms forever.
Sloan swore never to be used by a man again. Only sheer desperation made her strike a bargain with the aristrcratic nobleman.Now he has come to collect on the vow they made together, seducing her with tender words, determined to make her want him as he wants her. Caught in the bitter cross fire of a traitorous enemy and an embattled Republic, a man bound by honor and a woman wounded by passion must dare to trust in a love thats sttong and wild and true.
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"Texas Woman" is the third and last story of Joan Johnston's 'Sisters of the Lone Star' trilogy.They follow the life,loves and adventures of three sisters born to wealthy cotton plantation owner,Rip Stewart. His dreams were dashed when he had girls instead of boys to follow in his big footsteps,but raised his daughters to have the courage and strength of any man.The first two books(also great reads),"Frontier Woman" and "Comanche Woman" focus on the younger rebellious daughter "Cricket" and the quiet middle sister "Bay".It is helpful, but not neccessary to have read these two stories first for the background information on the family history and the history of Texas' fight for Statehood and freedom from Mexico.
And so now we come to the story of Sloan Stewart, or as she is very affectionately called by Cruz Guerrero(I see Antonio Banderas here), the man who loves her, "Cebellina".
Sloan is the strong one. The one Rip has groomed all her life to someday take over the sprawling plantation known as Three Oaks.Through tragic circumstances, Sloan has built a wall around herself that will not be easily broken. Cruz, has loved his dead brother's lover from the first time he laid eyes on her.A secret pact that the two made in the earlier novels, now comes to light, and Sloan is forced to abide by her word. She is torn betweeen her love of her land and the kind of everlasting love a man like Cruz can offer her.
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The New York Times bestselling author of "The Cowboy", "The Texan" and "The Loner" weaves her magic once again as she journeys back to the lawless frontier of nineteenth century Texas to bring the story of two waring hearts and a seduction that begins amid the fires of passion and treachery.....
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Cruz Guerrero wanted Sloan Stewart from the first moment he laid eyes on the headstrong beauty. But Sloan, eldest daughter of a wealthy cotton planter, belonged to another man-until the day she came to him, a woman in trouble on the lawless frontier...and he made her an offer she could not refuse. Now he is ready to claim what is rightfully his-even as a long-ago betrayal threatens to tear her from his arms forever.

Sloan swore never to be used by a man again. Only sheer desperation made her strike a bargain with the aristocratic nobleman. Now he has come to collect on the vow they made together, seducing her with tender words, determined to make her want him as he wants her. Caught in the bitter cross fire of a traitorous enemy and an embattled Republic, a man bound by honor and a woman wounded by passion must dare to trust in a love that's strong and wild and true.
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This book is very good to read...It just finished the whole story of the sister's and what happening to them
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Cruz Guerrero wanted Slaon Stewart from the first moment he laid eyes on the headstrong beauty.
But, Sloan, eldest daughter of a wealthy cotton planter, belonged to another man - until the day she came to him, a woman in trouble on the lawless frontier... and he made her an offer she could not refuse. Now he is ready to claim what is rightfully his - even as a long ago betrayal threatens to tear her from his arms forever.
Sloan swore never to be used by a man again.
Only sheer desperation made her strike a bargain with the aristocratic spanish nobleman. Now he has come to collect on the vow they made together, seducing her with tender words, determined to make her want him as much as he wants her. Caught in the bitter cross fire of a traitorous enemy and an embattled Republic, a man bound by honor and a woman wounded by passion must dare to trust in a love that is strong and wild and true................

" The Sisters Of The Lone Star " Series

1st book " Frontier Woman "

2nd book " Comanche Woman "

3rd book " Texas Woman "