Book Reviews of Wild Hawk (Hawk, Bk 1)

Wild Hawk (Hawk, Bk 1)
Wild Hawk - Hawk, Bk 1
Author: Justine Dare
ISBN-13: 9780451406576
ISBN-10: 0451406575
Publication Date: 3/1/1996
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Topaz
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Wild Hawk (Hawk, Bk 1) on + 21 more book reviews
A great story, beginning at Jason's father's funeral where he only attended to spit on his father's grave. A heroine who persists in trying to get Jason to understand his father and the plans for the future.

A bit of paranormal/magic with an heirloom book which will not leave Jason no matter how he tries to be rid of it.

A family legacy for Jason to carry out whether he wants to or not.

Strong characters and highly entertaining plot.
reviewed Wild Hawk (Hawk, Bk 1) on
1st book in the "HAWK" trilogy. (2nd is Heart of the Hawk & 3rd is Fire Hawk).

Jason West has been planning his revenge for a long time. Before he can act, his biological father, industrialist Aaron Hawk dies. At his father's funeral, Jason learns that his father's widow, Alice, is willing to do anything to destroy him and that his father's beautiful executive assistant, Kendall Chase, is determined to see Jason receive his father's final bequest.

Throughout the years, whenever the Hawk bloodline was in danger of dying out, a mysterious and magical book would appear to the last descendant. To his dismay, Jason finds that his Hawk blood will not be denied. Despite his efforts, he can't destroy or lose the book; it keeps reappearing and each time it does, additional pages with new events have been added.

Trust has never been one of Jason's strong suits, but without it, how can his relationship with the intriguing Kendall survive? And how will they win the deadly struggle with a vindictive woman who will stop at nothing to get her way?
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Never had time to read this book, but it looks like a good book...