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Tears of the Hawk [Sons of Earth and Wind Book 1]

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2003

    Terrific Paranormal Keeper.....

    Hawk Adams violent dreams are keeping him awake again, and while walking in the park in the early dawn hours, he finds Charity Starr attempting to fight off a couple of thugs trying to kidnap her. Charity, a renowned scientist, is wanted for her solar energy research. Charity has kept a tight reign on her empathic powers for many years, and while recovering in the hospital, realizes Hawk has a psychic link with her, one so powerful if could destroy her. Will Hawk ever be able to completely trust a woman again, and what is this special feeling of protectiveness he has for Charity? Numerous kidnapping attempts are made on Charity, and with each attempt it is clear these people aren¿t giving up. Through the process, Hawk and Charity learn to trust, heal one another, love and protect. This is an outstanding story of intrigue, and the passion builds as the relationship between Charity and Hawk intensifies. This was an excellent read, and the mix of paranormal was so well blended in to the story. I did not want this book to end, but knowing that Book IV of ¿Sons of Earth and Wind¿ was released in January gives us more of the same to look forward to! Grab the first three in this series and enjoy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2002

    Tears Of The Hawk

    Charity Starr has hidden the psychic power she was blessed with at birth. Denying it, fighting it, until the time comes that she can fight no longer. As a scientist, her research into harnessing the vast reaches of solar power has drawn the attention of the wrong people, and the kidnapping attempts on her are increasing. During one such attempt to kidnap her, and the information she carries, her enemies are sent scurrying by security specialist Hawk Adams. Hawk's strength, passion, and his own psychic bond with Charity will draw them deeper into the passions raging between them, even as the danger begins to draw closer to her. Charity fears the strength of her gifts when she's in Hawk's arms, and her inability to hide from the empathetic power she possess. As Charity's research progresses, and betrayal comes with increasingly regularity, she's forced to admit her need for Hawk's protection and his warmth. But nothing can halt the plans against her, and as her enemies move steadily closer, the love binding them will intensify, and strengthen the power she will need to save not just herself, but Hawk as well. Tears Of The Hawk will keep you turning page after page, drawn into the murky depths of a shadowed plot of revenge and greed even as Charity and Hawk are drawn closer together in their need for each other. Ms. Clark has blended Earth magic, and passion to create a deeply moving tale of love and danger. Will Hawk succeed in saving the woman he's waited a lifetime to hold? Or will Charity's stubbornness, and her inability to accept the gifts she's been given be their ultimate downfall? Three stars for the heat and passion that fill the pages of this book, and a story that will warm your heart long after you've lain it down again. Despite the feeling of being through many of the scenes, Ms. Clark has still yet managed to hold true to her characters, and to keep them on a steady course that leads them through love, danger, and an awakening of the powers held by both Charity, and Hawk as their hearts and souls awaken to each other, and bond in a way that neither will ever be free of.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2001


    I just finished Tears of the Hawk, I could not put it down. Ms. Clark did a great job on this book. It was one of the most enjoyable books I have ever read. I hope to see books out about the rest of clan.

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