Book Reviews of Touch the Wild Wind

Touch the Wild Wind
Touch the Wild Wind
Author: Cassie Edwards
ISBN-13: 9780843930597
ISBN-10: 0843930594
Publication Date: 2/1991
Pages: 432
Rating:
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.
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4.4 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Edwards sets this story in Australia and the outbook of l856. Sasha and Ashton have many trials trying to build a sheep station in the untamed wilderness. Different from her Indian books.but a good read.
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Cassies Edwards does it again.
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Alone and penniless, beautiful Sasha Seymour had thrown in her lot with a rough bunch, and she was cound for an even rougher destination-the Australian Outback, where she and her jackaroos hoped to carve a sheep station from the vast, untamed wilderness. All that stood between her and the primitive forces of man and nature was the raw strength and courage of her partner-Ashton York. In his tawny arms she found a haven from the raging storm, and in the tender fury of his kisses, a paradise of love.
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while attempting to start a sheep ranch in the wilds of Australia, Sasha found a destination she never believed she could
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Alone and penniless, beautiful Sasha Seymour had thrown in her lot with a rough bunch, and she was bound for an even rougher destination--the Australian Outback, where she and her jackaroos hoped to carve a sheep station from the vast, untamed wilderness. All that stood between her and the primitive forces of man and nature was the raw strength and courage of her partner--Ashton York. In his tawny arms she found a haven from the raging storm, and in the tender fury of his kisses, a paradise of love.
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TIMESWEPT BRIDE has a very slow start, but keep reading. It gets better and better. It is a time travel which makes sense. Eugenia Riley explains every detail from the heirloom ring to the saving of the money in the bank. The heroine Priscilla thinks of herself as unattractive, but with Ms. Riley's wonderful writing, I could see her through the eyes of Jake Blarney. The story is so well writen I could hear the roar of the tidal wave. There are lots of characters with strong personalities and characters with gentle hearts. A very good escape book.