The Captive Heart When her British officer husband s murderous deeds and his affronted dignity result in Hannah Elway s capture by the Cherokee as retribution her only hope of staying alive is Five Killer Robert McLar

  • Title: The Captive Heart
  • Author: Cheryl Reavis
  • ISBN: 9780373291120
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • When her British officer husband s murderous deeds and his affronted dignity result in Hannah Elway s capture by the Cherokee as retribution, her only hope of staying alive is Five Killer Robert McLarn , a half Scot Cherokee brave, a man who was once rejected as a suitor by Hannah s father and who has, in turn, rejected his white heritage But now, with an agenda of his oWhen her British officer husband s murderous deeds and his affronted dignity result in Hannah Elway s capture by the Cherokee as retribution, her only hope of staying alive is Five Killer Robert McLarn , a half Scot Cherokee brave, a man who was once rejected as a suitor by Hannah s father and who has, in turn, rejected his white heritage But now, with an agenda of his own, Five Killer is forced to walk a dangerous line between love and betrayal as he works both to honor his word and save the people he loves.

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    One thought on “The Captive Heart”

    1. I loved Cheryl Reavis's THE BRIDE FAIR so I was excited to start this historical romance. Unfortunately I felt nothing for any of the characters. The story seemed like it was missing something, the connections between the characters seemed stunted. Most of all, I couldn't imagine why Hannah, our heroine, thought she loved Robert. She was in a horrible marriage with a man who felt nothing for her and only wanted to cause her harm. Then Robert comes along and When she was kidnapped by the Cherokee [...]

    2. This one is just too sad! At some point in the novel it all goes badly for everyone, not really stuff of romance novels, I am mega surprised its been classified as such. Takes a while to get going, and it gets a bit irritating (undoubtedly historically accurate though) that heroine is at complete mercy of men's whims - whichever man it happens to be in her life (father, husband, lover, captor, soldier etc.) since she is just a woman living through hard historical times. Its got some good points [...]

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