Book Reviews of Treasure's Golden Dream

Treasure's Golden Dream
Treasure's Golden Dream
Author: Myra Rowe
ISBN-13: 9780446326148
ISBN-10: 0446326143
Publication Date: 1/1/1988
Pages: 401
Rating:
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Publisher: Warner Books Inc
Book Type: Paperback
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A bold beauty in no-man's land.

A swindlers' lechery and greed drove luscious Treasure Ryan out of Tennessee in search of a new life with her kin down in Natchez. Only getting there meant a perilous trek down the wild and lawless trail they called the Natchez Trace. True, golden-haired Treasure knew how to ride and shoot, but she was innocent of the ways of men -- until a cocksure adventurer named Fortner Copeland came along.

With his bare fists, Fortner fought for Treasure's honor, rescuing her from a mob of cutthroats. He was gallant and kind, but at night, under the open skies, his hard body lying so close to hers taught her passion -- and torment. For how could she love a man she thought a highwayman, a man she was sure had a mistress, a man who embodied everything her mother had warned her about? Yet soon, on a blossom-scented Natchez night, she woud yearn for his lips, ache for his touch, dream of the day he would claim her in spirit and flesh...
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A bold beauty in no-man's land.

A swindlers' lechery and greed drove luscious Treasure Ryan out of Tennessee in search of a new life with her kin down in Natchez. Only getting there meant a perilous trek down the wild and lawless trail they called the Natchez Trace. True, golden-haired Treasure knew how to ride and shoot, but she was innocent of the ways of men -- until a cocksure adventurer named Fortner Copeland came along.

With his bare fists, Fortner fought for Treasure's honor, rescuing her from a mob of cutthroats. He was gallant and kind, but at night, under the open skies, his hard body lying so close to hers taught her passion -- and torment. For how could she love a man she thought a highwayman, a man she was sure had a mistress, a man who embodied everything her mother had warned her about? Yet soon, on a blossom-scented Natchez night, she woud yearn for his lips, ache for his touch, dream of the day he would claim her in spirit and flesh...