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Wild Sweet Love

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A beautifu relationship drama

    In 1895 incarcerated bank and train robber Teresa July receives a pardon for coming to the aid of a prison matron with the stipulations that she stay out of trouble and out of the west especially the Arizona Territory for a year. Philadelphia high society maven and charity representative Miss Molly Nance takes in the famous Black Seminole outlaw, who figures how hard can it be to stay out of trouble while living amidst affluence.--------------- However, Teresa readjusts her original contention that keeping out of trouble will prove easy when she meets Molly's son, Madison, a womanizing retired cardsharp turned banker. He decides Teresa would make a fine notch on his belt, but instead of falling into bed with the hunk, she rips his skin that is when she is not defeating him in some sort of contest. As they begin to fall in love over horseshoes, her previous lifestyle surfaces leaving both and his mother in peril.---------------- Using the sister of the hero of SOMETHING LIKE LOVE and a support role gambler from A CHANCE AT LOVE, Beverly Jenkins provides readers with a great historical romance that also includes a terrific look at black history. The lead couple each shows they can handle star billing as Teresa and Madison is a wonderful pairing who fuss, fight, compete, and love. No one shines a light on nineteenth century African-America than the incomparable Ms. Jenkins consistently does which is why this reviewer is also a fan.--------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2013

    I love Beverly Jenkins novels

    This was a very good storyline

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  • Posted November 30, 2012

    Gotta love the Julys. Teresa is the youngest and only girl of t

    Gotta love the Julys. Teresa is the youngest and only girl of the infamous July siblings and if you haven't heard of the Julys , you need to treat yourself to Ms. Jenkins' books, The Taming of Jessie Rose and Something Like Love. Teresa July is truly a one of a kind woman and an unforgettable heroine and a wonderful match for the sophiscated and cynical Madison Nance. Their story will be one you'll treat yourself to again and again and again. Enjoy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2012

    Great book! Definitely recommend!!

    It was fun to read from cover to cover. Very factual and vivid! Wouldn't mind a continuation of some sort :-)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2012

    Good & Informative Read

    Had some information that was truly educational about black history. Love story was fun and well written.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2011

    Read the other's first

    A real good read from start to finish. I liked the fact that the lady outlaw kept it real. Ms. Jenkins stories are so well written. And I just love the July family. I hope she gives the other July members their own book. I will read this one again in the near future.

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  • Posted December 13, 2010

    If You Like Jenkins, You Will Love This One

    This one has characters from previous novels. Its like reading about old friends.

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  • Posted March 2, 2009

    Another Good One

    This is a great book. Beverly Jenkins stayed true to Teresa's storyline.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2007

    Good, But Not Her Best

    I've read all of Beverly Jenkins' books, but this one was not the caliber I was used to. Although there were great historical facts and tidbits, I think the story lacked depth. It was a very predictable story. I'm used to Jenkins stories having more mystery and action. This didn't happen until the the last couple of chapters of the book. I'll definitely keep buying her books blind though. It's not too often that we get good African American historical romance books.

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