Nevada Dawn

Nevada Dawn

by Georgina Gentry
     
 

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A dangerous renegade. . .

A beautiful debutante. . .

And a passion that knows no bounds!

The notorious outlaw called Nevada didn't ride for gold. . . he rode for vengeance. But this night he'd found a treasure beyond compare: Her name was Cherish. Swept up into Nevada's strong arms, carried through the darkness into a wild land, she felt her… See more details below

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A dangerous renegade. . .

A beautiful debutante. . .

And a passion that knows no bounds!

The notorious outlaw called Nevada didn't ride for gold. . . he rode for vengeance. But this night he'd found a treasure beyond compare: Her name was Cherish. Swept up into Nevada's strong arms, carried through the darkness into a wild land, she felt her body stirring against the bare chest of her virile captor. As he held her close and stroked her softly, he made a ransom demand that left Cherish trembling: one night in his bed and he'd return her to her bridegroom. Yet if she surrendered her innocence in a single ravishing encounter, could she forget this desperado's kisses, come the dawn? Or would she burn for his loving caresses now and forevermore?

Acclaim for bestselling author Georgina Gentry. . .

"Strongly crafted characters. . . Sizzling sexuality—what more can a reader yearn for?" —Rendezvous

"Nobody does it like [Georgina Gentry] does!" —Barbra Critiques

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Cherish Blassingame is modeling her expensive wedding gown in one of the railcars of her tycoon father's transcontinental trains when the train is attacked in the desert on its way back to Sacramento from the East Coast. She had planned to wear the dress at her wedding to her long-time beau, the eligible if unexciting Pierce Randolph. But Pierce's vengeful Indian half-brother, Nevada, and his Paiute band spoil the marriage plans by kidnapping Cherish and refusing to release her until she willingly gives her virginity to gentleman-turned-outlaw Nevada. Cherish had once been in love with Nevada and he with her until her family's insidious meddling divided them. Amid many lurid sex scenes and plenty of bloodshed in a secluded valley in Nevada, the two fall in love again and manage to keep their love alive despite murders, family clashes and a long separation. Set in 1887, this sequel to Nevada Nights lets readers see a second generation of Randolphs repeat the past in graphic detail. The pace is rushed, the characters stiff and the plotting forced, but the story improves as it progresses and the action is never tame. (Dec.)
Library Journal
Although 90-minute abridgments do neither the genre nor the stories justice, both of these audiobooks manage to capture the essence of the books. Time-Kept Promises is one of the original and best time-travel romance novels. The heroine journeys from the 1980s to the 1780s and back again, taking the hero with her on the return trip. Nevada Dawn is a historical Western romance. The heroine is every inch a spoiled young woman who meets her match in the half-breed Nevada. The latter audiobook is heavily abridged, and the dialog is often more amusing than touching. However, narrator Erin Lee reads sans dramatics, and her excellent performance enables the words to dictate the emotions. Time-Kept Promises is read by Victoria Prime. Her perky voice is almost too cute for the role, but she eventually settles down and allows the story to lead her. Although neither program is fantastic, both are quite good. Public libraries may want to try several selections in the publisher's series in order to spike interest in these popular authors.-Jodi L. Israel, Westwood, Mass.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781420138337
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
12/01/1993
Series:
Nevada , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
448
Sales rank:
129,087
File size:
1 MB

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