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Montana Wildfire (A Historical Western Romance) Kindle Edition

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"A wonderful read by Rebecca. I have read a few other books by her and love her writing style....I enjoyed the romance and the message that different people can come together and love each other."
 - Romance the Book

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  • File Size: 619 KB
  • Print Length: 1 pages
  • Publisher: ePublishing Works! (June 9, 2011)
  • Publication Date: June 9, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0055X0E6C
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,750 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Rebecca Sinclair is a saucy freelance author specializing in hot, steamy historical romance novels. To-date she has 13 books in print.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Nancy Compton on May 12, 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
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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.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sudi A on May 31, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
Amanda Lennox, blond, green eyed and intelligent, at least she thought she was intelligent until she lied to get this job of bringing Roger Thorton Bannister III home. The little monster was making the already rough trip through the western countryside unbearable. Amanda has always prided herself on her even temper but now, struck in the river, with the spoiled Roger splashing her and demanding lunch, Amanda is ready to blow. Even Roger realizes that perhaps he's pushed her too far and goes rushing off into the forest to find someone to help Amanda.

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.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Donna McBroom-Theriot on February 20, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
Montana Wildfire is written for the reader who loves the period before the West was really tamed, when Indians were looked upon as savages, and a half-breed could expect a life of misery. The story is well written and the characters deeply developed. Rebecca Sinclair is a wonderful writer and knows how to weave a story that grabs a reader and doesn't let go until the last page of the book.

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.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Reader on December 30, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
Amanda Lennox is escorting eleven year old Roger Bannister to his Father in Montana. Roger is a brat they have been abandoned by the bodyguard, worse they are lost. Then while going down to the river to fill the coffee pot she gets her foot trapped and is stuck. Roger treats this as a big joke even throwing stones at her, finally losing her temper she threatens him if he doesn't get help, suitably chastised Roger quickly runs off to do her bidding. When he returns it is with a half breed Indian Jake Blackhawk Chandler.
This is a first read for me by this author and I really enjoyed this. Although I must say the first half of this book was a bit slow with the h/h dancing around one another. But the writing is so warm and descriptive it was easy to forgive this. The characters are very well drawn and portrayed. Amanda is a city girl who lied about her wilderness experience to get the job of escorting Roger, but she is certainly up for any challenges that come her way, including the arrogant Jake Chandler who is a real alpha male but with a big chip on his shoulder against white people. The chemistry between them is electric. Amanda gives as good as she gets and does not let Jake push her around, he finds it difficult to keep his control around her as she is quickly getting under his skin. This is a story well worth reading.
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