The Wildest Heart (Google eBook)

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Sourcebooks, Inc., May 14, 2014 - Frontier and pioneer life - 738 pages
10 Reviews

From New York Times Bestseller Rosemary Rogers

No man can tame her, and only a renegade outlaw would dare to try

No man can tame her
Lady Rowena Dangerfield, wild, headstrong, and scandalously independent, travels from exotic India to the splendor of London to the savage New Mexico frontier hoping to meet her long-lost father and start a new life. She arrives to find herself in the middle of a long-standing feud.

Nothing will stop him from taking what he wants
Lucas Cord, a handsome half-Apache outlaw, is a rebel renegade feared throughout the territories. When he encounters the beautiful stranger, unlike any woman he's ever known before, he knows instantly that he'll have to win her for his own. Together they will experience a rampaging passion as wild and hot as the Southwestern winds.

What readers say:
"It drives you to read until you drop from exhaustion. It's a true American West adventure. It makes you cry, it makes you wish, and it makes you dream. It's what a romance novel is all about."

"Rosemary Rogers' The Wildest Heart kept me captivated well beyond the last pagebeyond the last wordher Ro and Luke continue to wander out there in the Southwest, two truly 'wild hearts.'"

"The characters are so compelling, andso human and real in their struggles and mistakes and in their love. The ending had me on tenterhooks."

Praise for Rosemary Rogers:
"One of the world's bestselling authors, passion drives her tales."
Time Magazine

"The queen of historical romance."
The New York Times Book Review

"Her novels are filled with adventure, excitement and, always, wildly tempestuous romance."
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

  

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User Review  - Blaze King - Goodreads

These 3 stars is for the writing power of Rosemary Rogers. In spite of absolutely hating the hero and the circumtances surrounding the heroine, i couldn't put down the book ! The truth about a woman's status during those times are abhorable - especially one without a male to protect her. Read full review

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User Review  - Kyani - Goodreads

I loved the book! It's one of my favorites. Read full review

Contents

Twentyfive
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Twentysix
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Twentyseven
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Twentyeight
464
Twentynine
476
The Bitter Season
487
Thirty
489
Thirtyone
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Five
103
The Inheritance
115
Six
117
Seven
131
Eight
149
Nine
161
Ten
177
Eleven
199
Twelve
213
Thirteen
226
The Violent Peace
241
Fourteen
243
Fifteen
256
Sixteen
268
Seventeen
285
Eighteen
300
Nineteen
315
Twenty
326
The Valley of Hidden Desires
339
Twentyone
341
Twentytwo
353
Twentythree
371
Twentyfour
389
Thirtytwo
510
Thirtythree
525
Thirtyfour
537
Thirtyfive
549
Thirtysix
560
Thirtyseven
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Thirtyeight
581
The Tangled Web
591
Thirtynine
593
Forty
606
Fortyone
619
Fortytwo
629
Fortythree
641
Fortyfour
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Fortyfive
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Fortysix
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Fortyseven
691
Epilogue
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About the Author
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Back Cover
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Co-author of Saints Preserve Us!, Who in Hell ..., How to Be Irish, and Boomer Babes. She lives in Manhattan.

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