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by Joan Johnston

  • Author: Joan Johnston
  • ISBN: 0440236843
  • ISBN13: 978-0440236849
  • ePub: 1559 kb | FB2: 1100 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: United States
  • Publisher: Dell; First Edition edition (September 30, 2003)
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 247
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Texas Woman (Sisters of the Lone Star) ePub download

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Joan Johnston Texas Woman The third book in the Sisters of the Lone Star series, 1989 For my sister Joyce Evelyn Mertens Singleminded, softhearted. Prologue IN HIS DREAMS, RIP STEWART ENVISIONED three sons sweating shoulder to shoulder with him as his cotton plantation along the Brazos River blossomed in concert with the new Texas frontier. The third book in the Sisters of the Lone Star series, 1989.

Now, as a secret government mission brings the Texas Ranger to lovely Cricket Stewart’s door, he must choose again. The youngest daughter of a wealthy gentleman planter, Cricket lives life as she pleases and vows never to be a wife to any man. Until the day Jarrett Creed saves her from avenging Comanches. by claiming her as his bride. The last thing either expects is to fall in love. Cricket annoyed the fuck out of me.

Sisters of the Lone Star Series. But the University of Texas at Austin campus was a long way from home. She’d been lost those first few days amongst such a huge college population, and even though Trace had been the enemy, he’d also been the only familiar face she’d seen. So she’d asked him for directions.

Book 3 of 3 in the Sisters of the Lone Star Series. Only 10 left in stock (more on the way).

Texas Woman is the final book in the Sisters of the Lone Star trilogy, which also includes Frontier Woman (Cricket’s story) and Comanche Woman (Bayleigh’s story). I hope you’ve enjoyed reading about these three unique sisters-and the wonderful men in their lives-as much as I’ve enjoyed writing about them. If you’d like to read about the modern-day Creeds, Coburns and Guerreros, be sure to pick up my Bitter Creek series The Cowboy, The Texan, and The Loner. You can reach me through my Web site, ww. oanjohnston.

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138 books of Joan Johnston. In this breathtaking novel, New York Times bestselling author Joan Johnston weaves a beguiling tale of two feuding families-the Blackthornes and the Creeds-and of two extraordinary people: loner Owen Blackthorne and beautiful, headstrong Bayleigh Creed, irresistibly drawn to each other despite the desperate odds against their love. Owen Blackthorne is a lone wolf, a man who doesn’t need anyone. Then Bayleigh Creed appears on his doorstep, demanding his help in locating her missing brother.

The New York Times bestselling author of The Cowboy, The Texan, and The Loner weaves her seductive magic once again as she journeys back to the lawless frontier of Nineteenth-century Texas to bring us the story of two warring hearts and a seduction that began amid the fires of passion and treachery...Cruz Guerrero wanted Sloan Stewart from the first moment he laid eyes on the headstrong beauty. But Sloan, eldest daughter of a wealthy cotton planter, belonged to another man—until the day she came to him, a woman in trouble on the lawless frontier …and he made her an offer she could not refuse. Now he is ready to claim what is rightfully his—even as a long-ago betrayal threatens to tear her from his arms forever.Sloan swore never to be used by a man again. Only sheer desperation made her strike a bargain with the aristocratic nobleman. Now he has come to collect on the vow they made together, seducing her with tender words, determined to make her want him as he wants her. Caught in the bitter cross fire of a traitorous enemy and an embattled republic, a man bound by honor and a woman wounded by passion must dare to trust in a love that’s strong and wild and true…
Was a good story and an enjoyable read however I did not really like how she portrayed Sloan. First off giving her son away? Really and her not wanting to love him or show him her emotions, I hated that. I think she could have made Sloan a bit more vulnerable. Cruz was a terrific character but she could have made him a bit tougher when it came to Sloan. I did like the story line and that is what kept me interested in the whole book. All the characters of the series were fun to follow but again just not her best work. Maybe because it was early in her career?
Sloan the oldest daughter, taught to be able run the family buissness. Meets wealthy Spanish Guerrero family, falls for youngest son killed. Left with child , Cruz raises the boy has his own. Matriarch mother, doesn't like Sloan. Cruz in love with Sloan, gives her protection. Attempts to woo her, she wants nothing from him.
It's a good book, and many will probably love it. But truthfully it wasn't much more than a romance novel. And just a bit too much sex for me. I'm not a prude, and I enjoy reading sexy stuff, but it takes up pages where a story could be going on. It halts the movement of the actual story. some of t is great, but holy smoley this couple did a lot of it. Less sex even if it meant less pages would be good.
Last book in a trilogy. Loved it. Good story, great setting, characters I liked, but bordered on "R" rating due to the "romance" part.
Love those sisters and their hero's, I grew up watching "Westerns," somebody should make movies, from these books and don't change a thing!
Good read, final book. Would like to see her write another trilogy.
Joan Johnston is a good author, she adds history and fiction together to make something that is easy to read and fun. There are many twists and turns and yet you can always be sure that somehow she will bring her characters together. I think this was one of the best books of her series I have read. I have read most of her novels. Not one is bad.
nice book
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