Book Review of Tucker's Claim (Hell's Eight, Bk 3)

Tucker's Claim (Hell's Eight, Bk 3)
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Helpful Score: 2

The story line seemed forced. Sally Mae was portrayed as too proper to become involved in an "inappropriate" (For the time and setting) relationship. While Tucker is a likable character he seemed to give up his "violent ways" a little too easily.

It certainly isn't horrible and if you are looking for a spicy story without putting much thought into the plot, it is a good read. This is just not one of Sarah's better stories. I have read several of her others stories, but the plot seemed thin and the dialog was too forced due to Sally Mae's unique speech.