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The Seduction of Samantha Kincade
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The Seduction of Samantha Kincade [Unabridged] [Audible Audio Edition]

by Maggie Osborne (Author), Kris Faulkner (Narrator)
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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Samantha Kincade was after a man. As a Bounty Hunter, it was her job, but in a rowdy Colorado saloon, a gambler with golden tiger eyes saw through her boy's clothes disguise. Frightened, and a little fascinated, Samanatha knew the blazing eyes belonged to Trace Harden, half-brother of Hannibal Cotwell. She had sworn to take the killer, Cotwell, so any of his kin were her enemy, and her trigger finger itched with every glance from Trace. Yet another force is pulling them together more fiercely. Yielding to it could free them from turbulent pasts, but first they'd have to find trust.
©1995 Maggie Osborne; (P)2003 Books in Motion

Product Details

  • Audible Audio Edition
  • Listening Length: 10 hours and 8 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Unabridged
  • Publisher: Books in Motion
  • Release Date: January 15, 2003
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001CMOO70
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This butterfly escaped from it's cacoon. June 26, 1998
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Theis is the story about a girl who grew up as a guy and fought like a guy and walked like a guy and the MAN that changed all of that. Sam was a bounty hunter with a personal vendetta against Trace Arden's brother for killing her family. She caught him then got bitten by a rattle snake. Trace saved her life then changed her life. She went from the short haired boy of seventeen who didn't have any whiskers to the well developed woman of nineteen who looked like a dream and acted like a queen. All the changes came through the love of a good man with a tough choice to make. He had to choise between family and honor. He had to decide if he could really shoot his own brother for sleeping with his wife while he was away. He had to choose if he could convince Samamtha that he really had gotten over his dead wife ahd that he really did love her. He had to show the little tomboy that she was really a beautiful butterfly hidden on the inside of a hurt little girl. He had to be a MAN in the truest sense of the word.
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5.0 out of 5 stars LOVED THIS BOOK!!!, a FANTASTIC story! April 9, 2014
By Jessica
This was the first book I read by Maggie Osborne, and I'm so glad I did! It was exciting, and the main characters kept me laughing the whole way through. I thought every character was tied up nicely, and everyone got what they had coming to them. The ending was perfect. I agree, this novel was a LITTLE predictable, but I wouldn't have changed anything.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Maggie Osborne Does Not Settle for Average: December 14, 2013
By JJares
Disguised as a man, Samantha Kincade is a bounty hunter. She’s brought 134 fugitives in to the law, but she is looking for the big one – Hannibal Cotwell. This man raped and murdered Samantha’s mother, while she watched in horror. Next, he turned his gun on the ‘boy’ lying on the floor.

Before long, Cotwell’s actions led the dissolution of Sam’s family – and sent her into years of servitude with the local pastor and his wife. Biding her time, Sam eventually got the job she needed to pursue Cotwell – a bounty hunter.

Cotwell has a younger brother with the same amber, tiger eyes – Trace Harden crosses Samantha’s path – he’s looking for Hannibal too. He has a letter from his dead wife Etta, swearing that Hannibal had raped her repeatedly while Trace was in New Orleans. Etta states that she could not live with the shame of carrying her rapist’s baby, so she hanged herself. Trace plans to kill his brother for his betrayal.

Samantha develops a plan to get Hannibal – put his brother in jail on a trumped up charge, have a trial (her great-uncle will be judge) and sentence Trace to death by hanging. It is widely known that the only living person Hannibal cares about is Trace.

Trace reluctantly agrees with the plan because he wants Hannibal to come out of hiding too. Sam swears he won’t hang. That promise leads to some extraordinary maneuvering to save Trace.

I really liked both main characters (Trace and Samantha) – they were wounded warriors. Hannibal, who doesn’t show up until the last 25 pages, is a huge presence. Over the course of the book, Trace tells about his childhood with Hannibal and it becomes clear why Hannibal turned against his fellow man.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not Her Best Work January 15, 2013
By Brenda
I have loved everything Ms. Osborne has written, but I didn't care much for this book. I did feel it was predictable.

Most of her books are pretty funny, but this one lacked humor and I didn't feel the romance.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nice little read September 1, 2011
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
This was a pretty nice little (quick) read. The story is well thought out and didn't progress exactly as I thought it would. The ending was a bit predictable and I would have enjoyed more tension and a confrontation between Sam and her uncle and the Snow family but I guess you can't have it all! I mean it was all quite made up anyways and certainly not very historically accurate but overall it was okay.
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