19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on 28 May 1999
The title says it all. Action packed!! Exciting! Exhilirating! A 'one sitting' read! I have very few complaints about this novel, although you experience deja vue if you've read Rosemary Roger's 'Sweet Savage Love', but you appreciate Rogers writing in the mode that she penned in the 1970s. Nick Kincaid is 'dangerous', much like his predecessor 'Steve Morgan'. I say precessor because Steve's appearance in 'Sweet Savage Love' occurred in the 1970s, set historically during the U.S.Civil War, Mexico's independence, and the expansion west. Actually, Nick could have been Steve's father, their lives were so similar. But there are so many similarities between the two novels that Rosemary probably should have created Nick Kincaid and Victoria Ryan as Morgan's parents. That would have been believable! But if you enjoy espionage, Native American scrimages, historical battles, being on the run, sensual, passionate and sometimes plain lust lovemaking episodes, then you'll enjoy 'A Dangerous Man'. Rogers has a five star winner in this one. But mind you, if you enjoy slow moving romances where the hero and heroine compliment each other with passionate words and kisses, debutant balls, and lengthy drawing rooms discussions, this is not the novel for you. This novels keeps you on the edge of your seat, or pillow, however you read! But if enjoyed 'Sweet Savage Love', in spite of its controversy, then you'll enjoy 'A Dangerous Man'! On a positive note regarding the author, Rosemary Rogers has learned to pen heroines whom are not as permiscuous as some of her 70s heroines. And it seesm she realizes that rape is not considered romantic!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 10 April 1999
She has really done it this time. I read this book at the beach and the lifeguard's must have thought I was a nut because I was crying. Pure entertainment and mighty racy! I had to read a couple of parts over. I wish more writers put as much heart into their stories.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 16 May 1999
I really enjoyed this book. It kept me turning the pages well into the night, even after my husband had to tell me to turn out the lights... NOW!... It all worked out, the very next day he came home with a book light for me. Nevertheless, I especially enjoyed the ending. I won't spoil it for future readers... I hope they read it for themselves.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 25 March 1998
I am a dedicated reader of Rosemary Roger and this book is one of the best she has written. The characters are perfectly matched for each other in this novel. This novel is full of adventure, suspense and hot romance. A must read!