The Raging Hearts

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The Raging Hearts

The Raging Hearts His courage conquered her world but her love captured his heart Kitty Wright s once grand ancestral plantation stands abandoned ruined Now her father and fiance slain her southern life in tatters

  • Title: The Raging Hearts
  • Author: Patricia Hagan
  • ISBN: 9780380462018
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback
  • His courage conquered her world, but her love captured his heart Kitty Wright s once grand ancestral plantation stands abandoned, ruined Now, her father and fiance slain, her southern life in tatters, the two men who ravaged her heritage turn their hunger to her beauty.Corey McRae, Yankee carpetbagger, rescues Kitty from the lusts of a vengeful mob, only to entrap her witHis courage conquered her world, but her love captured his heart Kitty Wright s once grand ancestral plantation stands abandoned, ruined Now, her father and fiance slain, her southern life in tatters, the two men who ravaged her heritage turn their hunger to her beauty.Corey McRae, Yankee carpetbagger, rescues Kitty from the lusts of a vengeful mob, only to entrap her within his own violent passions.Jerome Danton, privateer of land and women, gathers into his cruel web of wealth and desire every shred of beauty in the fallen Confederacy with a special eye to its most spirited woman.Across a land savaged by a conquering army, Kitty flees possessed by a woman s indomitable strength to guard her most previous gifts the child of her body and the love of a mana man named Travis Coltrane, a victorious soldier who knows that a man s greatest field of honor is a woman s heart.

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    1. Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell on said:

      Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestWhen I started reading LOVE AND WAR, I wasn't sure what I was going to get. Sometimes bodice rippers are epic tales of melodrama doused in historyd sometimes they're just awful. LOVE AND WAR was great - it had history, it had a compelling female protagonist, and it had heroes who were virtually indistinguishable from the villains. My only qualm was that the pacing was uneven, but that's a common issue with 550+ page tomes of that nature.Despite sa [...]

    2. Karla on said:

      The Civil War is over, and Kitty Wright is back in her hometown of Goldsboro, North Carolina. She wants to stay and make a go of her dad's burned-out-by-the-locals-who-hate-the-Wrights'-guts homestead, while her Yankee boyfriend, Travis Coltrane, thinks that settling in his childhood Louisiana bayous is a way cool idea. Neither gives an inch, so Travis goes off in a huff to chase the straggling never-say-die Rebs, and Kitty soon discovers she's preggers in a town full of people who'd love to see [...]

    3. Mary Mcmillin on said:

      Oh Kitty Wright. What can I say about this character she has a lot of sides to her and I think I liked this book more than the first. I had to keep reading harder to put the book down. Anyways once again closeness to detail at points felt like I was reading a semi different version to Gone With the Wind and Scarlett mixed. Good book can't wait to read book 3 of the Saga.

    4. Ginger on said:

      Very repetitive! Bodice ripper with main female character witless and childish. Hard to believe fiction set in realish circumstances.

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