Blackwolf's Redemption

Blackwolf s Redemption Jesse Blackwolf uncompromising determined and an undeniable success He has no desire to deal with the outspoken bundle of femininity he s found trespassing on his land When Sienna Cummings awakes to

  • Title: Blackwolf's Redemption
  • Author: Sandra Marton
  • ISBN: 9780373129171
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jesse Blackwolf uncompromising, determined and an undeniable success He has no desire to deal with the outspoken bundle of femininity he s found trespassing on his land When Sienna Cummings awakes to find herself pressed against a muscled chest, she s shocked and stunned Where is she Who is this man who holds her so possessively with passion glinting in his eyes It sJesse Blackwolf uncompromising, determined and an undeniable success He has no desire to deal with the outspoken bundle of femininity he s found trespassing on his land When Sienna Cummings awakes to find herself pressed against a muscled chest, she s shocked and stunned Where is she Who is this man who holds her so possessively with passion glinting in his eyes It s than confusion that makes Sienna s heart beat faster she suspects his untamed wildness hides something that maybe only she can set free.

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    1. In 2010 HP decided to check if we were paying attention. Would we notice a time travel romance in a product line usually so grounded in depicting a real world contemporary setting that all its readers can relate to, because it is so authentically similar to their own experience? Sneakily, they just slipped it in with a perfectly ordinary cover. There wasn't even a translucent clock somewhere in the background. Neither of the characters even wear a watch!Sandra Marton uses the vague wormhole meth [...]

    2. 2.5 stars Oh my. The short version of the book's plot is "Millenial grad student travels back to 1975 and meets mysterious (and very hot) ranch owner." All manner of retro-style HP craziness ensues as we see punishing kisses initiated by both sides, abruptly interrupted sex, misunderstandings galore and even a touch of flouncing. I have to admit that I did keep reading this one all the way to the end. It's hard to rate because in a way I admired how the author combined a heroine with believably [...]

    3. Excellent time travel romance. Sienna Cummings, an anthropologist, is suddenly thrust back in time to the 1970s, where she meets Jesse Blackwolf. Jesse is a determined, successful man, who's been burned by love once before. He doesn't believe in happily ever after and he's suspicious when Sienna suddenly turns up on his property in the middle of a thunderstorm. Clearly, she's a trespasser, but he also finds it difficult to believe her when she claims she's from the future!Sienna is in shock when [...]

    4. Interesting time travel HP. Which is odd because that is not a story line which is common in HPs. It was well written for the most part but I had some quibbles about some of the scenes the author chose to include. For example there were two times within the first 24 hours of knowing each other that they came to the VERY brink of having sex. The heroine got cold feet both times. Once I could forgive. Even though I agree that a woman has the right to call a halt at any time, she also has the respo [...]

    5. Time travel to the 70's makes for quite an interesting HP. I enjoyed all of Sienna's impressions about the 70's and found myself wondering if it was that patronizing for women. The scenes in the restaurant and at Neimans had me howling. And Jesse was a very interesting complex character who had great chemistry with Sienna. All of that stuff worked for me, but I thought it kind of fizzled at the end and I would have preferred different HEA.

    6. Read in One-Click Buy: May 2010 Harlequin Presents.Synopsis - Cultural anthropologist Sienna Cummings goes to Blackwolf Canyon in 2010 to observe the summer solstice, but winds up transported to that spot in 1975. What was a nature preserve in her time was private property 35 year prior, and the scarred and cynical Jesse Blackwolf is not happy to find a strange woman on his land. His experiences in Vietnam serving in the Special Forces left him feeling disconnected from the rest of the world in [...]

    7. Join , Ludi, I said to myself. Get through that stack of to-reads, mix up the fanfic habit, get your friends' dozens of recs into your face, I said to myself. Then: I saw this beautiful book in a bucket, at a boot sale, offered up for 20p. It was a hardback, large print edition. The blurb was flawless. I had to have it. My to-read pile pushed aside, I fell upon it there and then. I haven't read much romance, but I have read masses of fanfic, some of which follows similar structures. For original [...]

    8. It was a weirdly fun read. It has some good moments, and there was also some bad moments. On the plus side, none of the characters are annoying, which is a great change from the last two books (not by Marton) I read. On the flip side, the story is predictable. And the ending is weird. It is almost like she doesn't want to continue with the story anymore so let's end it now. Now I just want her to to continue writing about the Orsini Bothers so I can forget about this chopping storyboard.

    9. Jesse has given up on his heritage. Saying goodbye in mountains that his family had roamed for hundreds of years, he finds the woman who is able to help him understand and come to grips with his past.Sienna travels through time to find the one man to love. A nice story.

    10. Love with an interesting twistIt's hp and yet it isn't. The characters are classic . the H is a strong, sexy, alpha male and the h is feisty and outspoken, it's your typical boy meets girl love story did I mention a 400 yr old native American folklore and an ancient canyon with a portal for time travel? It's romance with a nice little twist.

    11. I just read this book yesterdayI really enjoyed it!! It had me really thinking and hoping that they would find a way to be together!! Great read!

    12. I'm not usually interested I time travel "But" This was wicked good in my opinion. Wish there were more books out like this one, I'd become a time travel Guru

    13. Not my type of novel at all really. I believe that is why my rating is what it is. It was only okay for me unfortunately.

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