Prairie Fire

Prairie Fire In this sequel to Tumbleweed Fever the story of Devlin Brown an ex outlaw and Sarah Tolliver the woman of her heart continues Sarah and Dev must convince the ranchers around them to destroy the w

  • Title: Prairie Fire
  • Author: L.J. Maas
  • ISBN: 9781930928367
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this sequel to Tumbleweed Fever, the story of Devlin Brown, an ex outlaw, and Sarah Tolliver, the woman of her heart, continues.Sarah and Dev must convince the ranchers around them to destroy the wire fences that contain their cattle in order to avoid certain calamity Amidst the beautiful and sometimes unforgiving land of the Oklahoma Territory, Sarah and Devlin beginIn this sequel to Tumbleweed Fever, the story of Devlin Brown, an ex outlaw, and Sarah Tolliver, the woman of her heart, continues.Sarah and Dev must convince the ranchers around them to destroy the wire fences that contain their cattle in order to avoid certain calamity Amidst the beautiful and sometimes unforgiving land of the Oklahoma Territory, Sarah and Devlin begin a new life Adventure and Mysticism abound as they revisit the Choctaw camp Sarah must decide whether she will undergo the Clan rituals that will allow her to join with the former outlaw in a ceremony that will bind their hearts together forever Each woman must undergo an incredible test of her individual skills and all the while, race against time to prevent a premonition from becoming a frightening reality.

    One thought on “Prairie Fire”

    1. Unfortunately, the sequel is not as good as part 1. The story is mostly about the way the Indians live. As a result, there is too little dialogue between the main characters. This is a pity because the interaction between the two is very good, there are just not enough scene's between them in this sequel. Even though the story about the Indians is very interesting, that was not why I wanted to read the book. I wanted to read more about Devlin and Sarah. And why the fate to black love scenes? (vi [...]

    2. I am so glad this book was finished this was one of the most amazing historical romances full of adventure, history and sizzling love.

    3. Bit of a disappointing sequel. The once somewhat interesting characters are now flat and dull. Just a "meh" story.

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