Orphaned in a massacre, abused as a "half-breed" child, trained as a ruthless Texas Ranger, Tucker McCade's learned the hard way that you have to fight to survive. So he is shocked when he falls for Sally Mae, a Quaker nurse.Unable to resist Tucker, Sally Mae throws herself into their torrid... show more
Orphaned in a massacre, abused as a "half-breed" child, trained as a ruthless Texas Ranger, Tucker McCade's learned the hard way that you have to fight to survive. So he is shocked when he falls for Sally Mae, a Quaker nurse.Unable to resist Tucker, Sally Mae throws herself into their torrid affair. Tucker's occupation, however, is the one thing she can't embrace. A staunch pacifist, she can't understand how his gentle hand can clench in fury or pull a trigger to take a life.But when Sally Mae becomes pregnant, Tucker is willing to do whatever it takes to have his family—including hanging up his guns. Every night they spend together binds them ever closer—until the day his past comes calling….
Publish date: 2011-02-15
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 345
Edition language: English
Series: Hell's Eight (#3)
3.5 stars I think.I do actually really like this series, and I will continue it. There were some things that bothered me about this one.There is the typical stuff like the blatant racism, sexism and general ugh-ness of the time period but there was other stuff that bothered me too.Most annoying: "Th...
8/2 - Tucker's Claim is just not clicking for me like Caine's Reckoning and Sam's Creed did. I don't like the language Sally Mae uses, ostensibly because she's a Quaker. I have no idea how Quaker's talk now, let alone 150 years ago, but I can't stand the constant thys, thees, and thous. It's really ...
Don't get me wrong for the 4 stars... I liked this book, but Tucker's "tastes" in sex a little bit extreme for me... *blush*I would have liked it better with a softer side of their sexual games. In the previous books there's also some rough sex, but it is not so DSM as here. I'm not judging, but for...
As mentioned before, stories of the West grab by attention, if they "...lend credence to the Gold Rush, railroad expansion and lawlessness, while also displaying a melting pot, very unlike the cities the the Midwest and the East, but no less significant". “Hell's Eight” saga continues with Tucker's...
I love a bok that tells such a good story in the first person
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