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Night of the Hawk
Night of the Hawk
Author: Vonna Harper
Reporter Smokey Powers has come to a small Oregon town to investigate a developer's disappearance. But from the moment she wanders into a local art gallery, she's captivated by a stunning photograph of a hawk in flight... and by her urgent need to meet the photographer, to touch him... to know him. — When Smokey comes face-to-face with Ma...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780758229458
ISBN-10: 0758229453
Publication Date: 2/1/2009
Pages: 264
  • Currently 2.8/5 Stars.

2.8 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Aphrodisia
Book Type: Paperback
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1.5 Stars
"Stupid sex," I didn't come up with it Vonna Harper the author did. The only thing that kept me interested in the first half of the book was keeping track of the animals the Native American hero is compared to by the TSTL heroine. Hawk, rutting buck, cougar, wolf, fox, wolf, cat, hawk, cougar, hawk, lion, cat, hawk, wolf, lion, wolf. Then inexplicably it stops.
The hero is possessed by his Hawk Spirit guide telling him to kidnap, rape and kill the heroine. One sex scene takes 40 pages, most of it the heroine bouncing around in her empty head - gaah! To distract herself from the danger she is in she decides to do some arts and crafts or sex, either one. "And yet...and yet," the writing is so bad, the plot is so dim witted and the descriptions of the sexual positions are so confusing - I have only myself to blame for actually finishing the book.


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