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Texas Woman

Texas Woman [Kindle Edition]

Joan Johnston
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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…

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 399 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0440236843
  • Publisher: Dell (30 Sep 2003)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #211,057 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3.0 out of 5 stars okay 4 May 2014
Format:Mass Market Paperback|Verified Purchase
This book was okay, but a little disappointed, expected a bit more but do not know really what that would
be. Sorry.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A story that captures your interest and never lets go. 27 April 2000
By "car6146614" - Published on
Sloan Stewart is the eldest of Rip Stewart's daughters. She is his heir, his rock. She's the overseer on his plantation. She lives for the land, because past heartbreak has taught her that land is all that one can count on. She was always considered unusual by the town's standards. Now she's has had a son out of wedlock by her first love, a traitor, and she's made a secret deal with his brother, Cruz. Cruz has loved her for years, but Sloan is too afraid to love him. When a secret part of Rip's life comes to light, Sloan is furious and unwillingly turns to Cruz. The author manages to keep the romance and action going without sacrificing the heroine's independent spirit, even when it inconveniences the hero. She adds intrigue with Cruz's secret occupation, Cruz's mother and ties up loose ends with Sloan's son, whom she gave to Cruz to raise because she was afraid to love him. The secondary love story with Luke was a nice touch, too. All in all, the story was well-written and I was sorry to see the Sisters of the Lone Star end. I hope Joan Johnson will eventually do some sequels about their children. I'd like to see how the next generation of Lone Star children handle their adventures.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Ho hum, and a creepy rape scene between the love interests 4 April 2005
By R.K.M. - Published on
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This was recommended to me by a girl I work with who is a big fan of the western-romance genre and of this author in particular. With her stamp of approval, I read this, and I parts of it were good. However, I did not feel any chemistry between the two main characters and tended to skim their love scenes. And apparently it is a requirement of the cowboy-romance that rape has to be involved portrayed as love, because this is the third book in which I've encountered it. There was this side character who was really sweet and charming until he finally got alone with the girl he loved. Then he sort of kidnapped her and called her "mustang girl" because she struggled to get away as he was raping her, and he was generally creepy and forced himself on her even though she said no, and when she asked if he intended to marry her afterward he said, "Sorry, girl, this bronc can't be tamed." But he otherwise continued to be sweet and charming, except in his dealings with this girl when he was really really creepy. So, I won't be reading more by this author.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great story 8 Nov 2004
By Love 2 Read Novels - Published on
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Texas Woman was a great story. I enjoyed it's fast paced adventure. Cruz is a wonderful hero and his gentleness toward Slone is very tender. Slone struggles to trust and love again after Cruz's brother betrayed her and left her pregnant and unwed. She gives the baby to Cruz at birth and marrys him on paper only until such time and the man who killed Cruzs brother is brought to justice, then it is to be a real marriage. This is their story of the stuggle to overcome the many things life passes our way. I was a little disappointed that we didn't really see much of the other family in this book. Frontier Woman and Comanche Woman were much more family interactive. Nevertheless, it was still a good story and ties the triology together. I recommend you read them in order. They do stand alone but like any good family history it's best to get the information in order. You feel like you know them all.

All three books (Frontier Woman, Comanche Woman, Texas Woman) are really good stories but I have to say that Comanche Woman was by far my favorite. All three heros were good men who were strong yet tender. But there was something about Long Quiet that drew me in in Comanche Woman.

This series is a keeper for me!
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great reading 27 Jan 2000
By A Customer - Published on
The third volume of Sister of the Lone Star is very well worth reading, as are the previous two. Had hoped Johnston would write the story of Luke.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great author 15 July 2014
By Mary Shinabargar - Published on
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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.
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