Montana Wildfire (A Historical Western Romance) Kindle Edition
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To Amanda's surprise and relief, Roger comes back with a man. But after just a few minutes with this man, Amanda's wondering if maybe being trapped in the river wasn't better than having to put up with this man.
Jacob Blackhawk Chandler is no one's idea of a hero, including himself. A half breed Indian with a chip the size of the Rockies on his shoulder, Jake doesn't want to get involved with Amanda and Roger but since there is no one else around to get Amanda out of the hole she's in he steps up.
Getting out of the river requires a lot more body contact then Amanda was prepared for. She's thankful that Jake was there to help but is uneasy with the new thoughts crowding her head. She just wants to get back on the trail and get Roger home.
Ready to leave Amanda and Roger to find their way through the country side is fine with him until Roger comes up missing. Amanda turns again to him for help and against his better judgement, Jake agrees to help find Roger.
As Amanda and Jake trek through the countryside on Roger's trail, they find themselves drawn to each other.Read more ›
After her father's sudden death, lovely strong-willed Amanda Lenox had no money for the long trip from Boston where she attended Miss Henry's Academy for Young Ladies to her inherited ranch in Seattle. When she saw an advertisement for a "wilderness expert" for an escort to Pony, Montana, she immediately applied. She soon discovered the escorted will be the wealthy eleven-year-old brat, Roger Bannister III. Having no wilderness experience or sense of direction what so ever, the two became lost in the wild beauty of Idaho where she severely sprained her ankle. Thankfully, ruggedly handsome half-breed Crow Indian, Jacob Blackhawk Chandler, rescues Amanda. Witty barbs as well as sexual sparks immediately started to fly between them! All of a sudden Roger deathly screams and he mysteriously disappears deep within the woods. Jacob agrees to help Amanda locate him and escort them to Montana for a ridiculously excessive fee.
While Amanda and Jacob are searching for Roger and his kidnappers, Amanda slowly acknowledges her growing desire for Jacob. Jacob, carrying severe emotional and physical scars as well as suffering from life-long racial prejudice, is having a hard time denying his smoldering attraction for her. He feels no respectable white women would ever consider loving a "breed" and Jacob will not subject the beautiful Amanda to a tortured life that would bring, despite Amanda's words of complete love and devotion. Through many trials and tribulations they finally succumb to their sensual cravings...and upon the kidnappers.
After the life-and-death rescue skirmish, Roger is returned to his father and Amanda pays Jacob his well-earned fee and they go their separate ways.Read more ›
The words, the smells, the sights, and the sounds leap off of the page and leave you gasping either for a fresh breath of air or at an astounding view of the mountains.
I am a great fan of this particular era and have read hundreds of books from different authors. The story was authentic and enjoyable. It had love, drama, suspense, murder, and did I mention love (sighing here). There were no noticeable grammatical errors in the book and in my opinion, well written and edited.
I am giving Montana Wildfire five stars because it meets all of the criteria I look for in a great book - original story, character development, grammar, and conflict resolution. Montana Wildfire is a definite must read, and Rebecca Sinclair is an author you should add to your list of favorites.
Looking for a way to get to the ranch her father has left her, Amanda Lennox takes a job escorting a young boy to Montana in hopes of making some money. Little did she know that not only was the young boy an absolute hellion but they got lost for weeks. After getting herself stuck in a freezing river she is forced to send the boy to get help. He returns a bit later with an arrogant halfbreed with a serious chip on his shoulder. Jacob doesn't want anything to do with the white lady who is stuck in the river but something compels him to help her out. Meanwhile, the boy is off gathering blankets and supplies. While away, he manages to get himself kidnapped. Now Amanda and Jacob must go on a journey to find the boy and return him to his father as originally planned. Amanda and Jacob have an instant attraction to each other. Amanda is not exactly sure how to handle her desire for Jacob but knows that she wants him. Jacob on the other hand, can't seem to deny his attraction even though he knows that "no respectable white lady would want a breed" Together, they find the boy and also find themselves in a very personally predicament.
I liked this story a lot. The plot was great and the characters where well rounded. I liked how Amanda, even though she was taught to be a lady, didn't act like a spoiled women. She was brave and tough and didn't complain the whole time they were out in the wilderness. Right away Jacob kind of turned my off. He was arrogant, rude, and just plain mean. After a while and after he explained how his life had been, I began to understand that he is not normally like that but he has emotional scars that run very deep.
Through a very action packed, passionate and intense journey through the Montana wilderness, these two people heal each other and realize they are destined to be together. I would definitely recommend this book.
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I really enjoyed this book. I would read another book by Rebecca Sinclair. Held my interest through out the whole book.Published 7 months ago by Debbie Wolbeck
This was a great book. I loved the passion between them not to mention how passionate they are about their beliefs. Their stubborness is both infuriating and indeering. Read morePublished on February 3, 2014 by Rachel
Amanda Lennox is on her way out west to a ranch her father has left her. With very little money she agrees to escort a young boy to Montana. Read morePublished on July 27, 2013 by Romancing the Book
The book began o.k. but the longer I read it, the more I disliked it. Amanda Lennox is a lady from Boston, lost in the wilds, while trying to take her charge, a ten year old she... Read morePublished on July 26, 2013 by Lily
I like the setting for this book but the characters used too words to complete a task. It took Amanda a long time to think about shooting Tom and for Jake to just make love to... Read morePublished on May 31, 2013 by Mary Graham
I don't think I've read anything by this Author before. I enjoyed the action part of the story, keeps you wondering what mess can they get into next. Read morePublished on May 21, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Really enjoyed this story. The plot and characters were different - had me guessing up til the last page. Definitely recommend.Published on April 27, 2013 by Nicole Montoya
Fire never burned so hot. When Amanda Lennox gets lost in the woods with her charge, Roger who is a spoiled brat, Jake is her only hope. Read morePublished on January 10, 2013 by Read2Review