Book Reviews of Warrior's Woman (Heartfire Romance)

Warrior's Woman (Heartfire Romance)
Warrior's Woman - Heartfire Romance
Author: Kathy Willis
ISBN-13: 9780821740064
ISBN-10: 0821740067
Publication Date: 12/1/1992
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 4.8/5 Stars.
 4

4.8 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
Reviews: Amazon | Write a Review

2 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

reviewed Warrior's Woman (Heartfire Romance) on + 301 more book reviews
Beth rode dispatch from Fort Brooke to Fort King. Robin Hawkins felt that a woman shouldnt be doing a man's job. Wild abandon for a passionate heart draws Robin to Beth. Robin a half-breed is there to further peace talks for the Seminole Indians. A stirring love story of a feisty woman and man feeling displaced and divided.
reviewed Warrior's Woman (Heartfire Romance) on + 68 more book reviews
BACK COVER
A WOMAN OF FIRE
Beth Townsend was speechless with fury. How dare that arrogant attorney Mr. Hawkins tell her to act like a lady. Besides, her job riding dispatch between Fort Brooke and Fort King was far more important than sewing a fine seam. In fact, it was while delivering a crucial message that she met the mysterious masked Indian called the Hawk. With his bronzed chest and muscular arms, he had saved her from certain death and awakened her most secret passions. It was true that Mr. Hawkins was incredibly attractive with his raven black hair and grey green eyes, but Beth longed for the heated touch of the Hawk, for within her burned the wild flame of forbidden desire...

A MAN OF DECEPTION
Was it possible that red-haired fireball had seen through his disguise. He had come to Fort Brooke as the well-bred Robin Hawkins to help further peace talks between the white settlers and Seminole Indians, but he could never forget that he was also halfbreed Hawk who was fighting for the very survival of his Indian brothers. And all it had taken was one feisty and beautiful woman to throw his plans into confusion. Miss Beth Townsend had far to much interest in the Indians than was good for her, and he was determined to show her just how dangerous her curiosity could be. He would take plaesure in gently wooing Miss Townsend as the sophisticated Robin Hawkins, but he would show her the glory of a sensual abandon as the wild and passionate Hawk!