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Force of Nature
     

Force of Nature

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by Susan Johnson
 

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From acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Susan Johnson comes a sizzling tale of erotic adventure as two people from very different worlds unleash a passion as unstoppable as a...

Force Of Nature


Free-spirited and worldly, Jo Attenborough's modern notions of a woman's role frequently land her in hot

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Force of Nature 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1888, Lucy Attenborough, accompanied by her daughter engineer Guiseppina better known as Jo, returns to Helena, Montana for the firs time in twenty-three years. For Jo this is her first trip to Big Sky Country having been raised in Florence. Her father, Native American Jon Hazard Black never knew he sired a daughter until he and his wife Blaze see Jo, who is clearly his child. Jon knows that Lucy is here for one thing only, money and tries to buy her off with a too generous yearly stipend. Lucy accepts, but her avaricious mind sees more cash flowing because Jon wants to know his daughter better. At the Stuart Warner dinner party that Jo attends, cattle ranch owner Flynn Ito arrives. Flynn and Jo are immediately attracted to one another and go off together for a night of boiling lovemaking. As they become better acquainted in and out of bed, their original lure turns into love, but his enemies, including an English aristocrat, use her as a pawn to try to kill him. Known for her pair of asbestos gloves requirement, Susan Johnson heats up the sheets with her latest historical romance. The story line engages the audience when Lucy arrives in town, but picks up action and momentum the moment that Jo and Flynn meet. Blisteringly passionate as the lead characters only come up for air when his enemies assault them, FORCE OF NATURE wraps the sex scenes inside a delightful western romance. Harriet Klausner
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was really good. It made me laugh cry and happy all at the same time . Susan Johnson never dissapoints . I've been a fan since Sinful ,keep up the good work can't wait for your next novel.