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Historical Indian Western Romance, Dark Warrior: To Tame a Wild Hawk (Alpha Male Romance): Cowgirls Love Cowboys Romance Novel (Dark Cloth Book 1) by [Wolfe, Lenore]
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Lenora grew up in Montana, and Alaska, and currently lives in central US. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, holds a BA in Sociology, from the University of Northern Colorado, with a minor in writing and is a student of the Shaman path.

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  • Publisher: Triquetra Press; 2 edition (1 Feb. 2014)
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004OL2J82
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My review:

I loved this book! To Tame a Wild Hawk by Lenore Wolfe was a sweet historical romance, which had lovable characters and interesting plot with twists and turns. It was easy to read, the descriptions and dialogues flowed very smoothly and it is a book which you don't want to put away before it is finished.

Plot:

Meet Amanda Kane - Mandy who is struggling with keeping her own ranch. She is fighting with the local man McCandle, who wants to get Mandy's ranch and marry her and he does everything to get what he wants, no means too cruel to achieve it. Mandy keeps getting visions of her future with another man though - Hawk. When Mandy and Hawk meet, sparkles fly, but Mandy is determined to fight her destiny.

I really enjoyed the Native American part of the storyline combined with the Wild West. It's not very often I read good westerns and To Tame a Wild Hawk was awesome representative of this genre. I think author did great job with Wyoming settings in historical 1870s.

Characters:

I adored Hawk! He is an interested character with a lot of luggage to carry. He is tormented, but when meeting with Mandy he becomes more lively, he seems to get a new purpose in his life. When I am saying, that Hawk is tormented, then you will have to read the book, I don't want to spoil anything for you, but hawk has seen enough death for his entire lifetime and a day. he is strong, spirited, stubborn and you find an Alpha male roaring inside him which comes out quite significantly. I loved that!

Mandy is one heck of a woman. Can you imagine what it means running a ranch in Wyoming in 1870s? She has lot of guts, courage, stubbornness and feminine cleverness to survive the world of men. She does more than just survives.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x91819a68) out of 5 stars 103 reviews
35 of 35 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x92217d98) out of 5 stars A great western read... 5 Jun. 2011
By Smitten with Reading - Published on Amazon.com
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My Review:
This was a powerful story and I really enjoyed it. Set in 1871, in Wyoming, this is the story of Mandy, who is fighting to save her ranch from the local bad-guy, McCandle, who wants her ranch and plans to marry her to get it. For years, Mandy has had visions of the man that she will marry and it is not McCandle, it is Hawk.

Hawk is a white man with way too much tragedy in his life. At the age of 6, he was forced to abandon his new-born sister and saw his wagon train murdered by his father. Playing dead in the high grass, he was found and adopted by a Cherokee warrior. At the age of 10, his Cherokee family died and he was adopted by the Lakota. Now he is in Wyoming as a gunslinger with his own ideas for McCandle.

Both Hawk and Mandy have spent a lot of time with the Indians and understand the mystical qualities of the visions that they have both had about each other. But that doesn't stop them from questioning the wisdom of their joining, although with circumstances the way that they are, and with their explosive chemistry, there really isn't any other way for them to go.

I loved this story...quite honestly, much more than I expected to (you did notice yesterday what I said about historicals, right?) From the very beginning of the book, I was hooked and read it pretty much in one sitting (and it's a full-length book.) There is a lot of action and a LOT going on in this book. Hawk is a tough, strong guy, but he is hiding a HUGE secret. He has withstood a lot in his life, but now he is all about protecting Mandy and saving her ranch. To help facilitate that, he brings in Jake and Kid...also, gorgeous tough guys (you can't have too many of those in a book, you know?) But you know, Mandy is pretty tough too. She has been running the ranch by herself for 3 years and doesn't like Hawk pushing her around. There are some great scenes with them as they have a battle of wills. The chemistry between the two of them is wonderfully written.

This is a wonderful western full of the mystical, magical Indian lore. It features a great romance (actually a few of them as you see some of the side characters fall in love too) and great cowboy action. There were a few minor issues with the book...the first half has some disjointed scenes that were a little distracting, but the quality of the story line (for me anyway) just made these a minor annoyance. The author also lists this as paranormal. I am not sure I would agree with that although seeing the bits about the next book in the series, I think that I can see where it's going to a more paranormal slant as a series. This particular book, though, I would simply consider historical with some heavy mystical qualities. ;o)

I definitely would recommend this book especially if you are a fan of western romance. It was emotional, beautiful, and even suspenseful. A fabulous read!
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x918ca210) out of 5 stars Interesting 25 Nov. 2011
By ReadingMoma - Published on Amazon.com
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I find that I quite like Native American Romance. I liked the Hero- Hawk and the Heroine- Mandy. I did experience an "give in already" moment as the book dragged in places. I especially liked Kat but thought the author could have had the heroine a bit more spunky. For me Mandy came off as a spoiled brat and frustrated me. I did finish the book and thought the book was likable. Check it out and see for yourself.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9219e2a0) out of 5 stars Just...silly 22 Dec. 2011
By Elsabeth - Published on Amazon.com
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I did not enjoy this book, there are just too many vague things going on and no real explanation for any of them that makes sense. Read the entire thing and still don't understand the motivation behind many of the characters, and who/what the heck is the man in black and what was his purpose? It's like the author got tired of writing and gave up trying to explain anything. This is the first time I've started a series and haven't considered purchasing the next book. By the end I just wanted to get the book over with.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x91e49f00) out of 5 stars Couldn't make it halfway through! 10 Jan. 2013
By A. E. Fawcett - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm a voracious reader of many fiction genres. Historical romance is a favorite of mine, and a touch of the paranormal in the heroine's prescience seemed like it would add to the fun. Sadly, I found the lengthy flashbacks and stutteringly interrupting flashes of insight so irritating that I abandoned the book just a quarter of the way through. I can appreciate the author's intent to build a rich background for the characters and plot, but the pace and style were less illuminating than ineffective.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x928967c8) out of 5 stars Too frustrating 6 Feb. 2013
By L. Christensen - Published on Amazon.com
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Too many unanswered questions and too many loose ends for me to enjoy this one. I kept trying to get through it because of the Native American mystical parts because I thought it'd be an interesting story.
If I'm reading a book and it gets so confusing and frustrating that I have to re-read sections to figure it out, it's time to put it down and move on. That's what I did.
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