Hawk's Pledge

The first of a new four book seriesTHEIRS WAS A TALE OF TRAGEDY AND TRIUMPHFour children abandoned in an orphanage Two missing parents One man whose hatred had divided a family, whose duplicity ended in murder, inextricably weaving all their lives together in a web of lies that only time could untangle.WHIPHe was a gambler by necessity, a loner by choice Ever since theThe first of a new four book seriesTHEIRS WAS A TALE OF TRAGEDY AND TRIUMPHFour children abandoned in an orphanage Two missing parents One man whose hatred had divided a family, whose duplicity ended in murder, inextricably weaving all their lives together in a web of lies that only time could untangle.WHIPHe was a gambler by necessity, a loner by choice Ever since the orphanage had gone up in flames, Whip Hawk had been searching desperately for what remained of his family Instead he found Jacqueline Douglas, a rancher in need of a good hand, a woman in need of the right man Wildly beautiful, she was as untamed as the Texas he loved, and Whip knew that no matter what else life held in store for him, the fiery redhead must be his.
Hawk s Pledge The first of a new four book seriesTHEIRS WAS A TALE OF TRAGEDY AND TRIUMPHFour children abandoned in an orphanage Two missing parents One man whose hatred had divided a family whose duplicity ended

  • Title: Hawk's Pledge
  • Author: Constance O'Banyon
  • ISBN: 9780843956351
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Hawk's Pledge”

    1. This book is about a man traveling the country trying to find his family torn apart as young children. He comes across a woman running a ranch by herself and ends up helping her/falling love. He leaves to finish his promise to his family and promises her he will come back to her. The story does concentrate on their love story. It was disappointing that he does not find his family at the end of the book. It looks like the author was setting this book up to be a series with the stories of the brot [...]

    2. This was really a 1 or 2 star for me It seemed really choppy. As if the author just put down every idea that came to mind and voilaory told. It didn't have a nice flow to it. I alao found the main characters were a little annoying. I mean, fancy showing jealousy and practicality demanding a declaration after just meeting for a day or two.I understand this is a series but to leave things the way she did at the end, was annoying.

    3. I'm usually not a western romance reader but I really enjoyed this book. Like so often happens in romance novels (but not the REALLY good ones) one moment they meet and there is a connection, the next moment they are willing to die for each other. I always wish for a bit more development but an O'Banyon book is always a book I'd read above others - quality author all around. In fact I wanted to read this book so badly that I did a little "extra" borrowing from the library and took it with me out [...]

    4. This book sounds good in the synopsis but the reality is different. While the romance between Hawk and Jackie seems to happen instantaneously with no build up we are then left hanging when he leaves.Also the author doesn't describe how Hawk lost his family in a fire. For instance how did the fire happen. How did he lose track of his brother Drew? How does he know his sisters died in the fire? On the subject of Jackie I just don't like her bravado.

    5. Whit Hawk is a drifter whose heart is guarded stronger than Fort Knox. Jacqueline Douglas is a proud woman willing to do anything necessary to save her ranch. There are also sub-plots working in this book that weave in and out of the characters' lives, adding to the intrigue. I still need to read the next book in the series.

    6. Well done!Very well written. Suspenseful and captivating. I had read third book in series and HAD to find previous books in series

    7. Very goodVery good captivating as usual, thank you for transporting me in time. Looking forward to the rest of the series

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