Single Heart, Single Love

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When her indentureship is bought out by Cole McCayne, Jade, a woman of questionable ethnicity, finds herself pressured into marrying him and traveling up to the high country in the Salida Mountains of Colorado. He seems a hard, secretive man. Jade questions him relentlessly about his intentions and is tersely informed that the only thing he wants from her is to be a caregiver to his young son and keep house at his ranch.

Jade begins to move Cole in ways he's wanted to forget, ...

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When her indentureship is bought out by Cole McCayne, Jade, a woman of questionable ethnicity, finds herself pressured into marrying him and traveling up to the high country in the Salida Mountains of Colorado. He seems a hard, secretive man. Jade questions him relentlessly about his intentions and is tersely informed that the only thing he wants from her is to be a caregiver to his young son and keep house at his ranch.

Jade begins to move Cole in ways he's wanted to forget, and when he finally acts on his feelings, they are both left confused and trying to ignore the love that has gripped them.

There is much he doesn't tell her, but little clues about his past begin to surface. Why won't he talk about his dead wife? And what has Nakoa, the powerful Sioux chief, to do with any of them?

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  • ISBN-13: 9781419964367
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/17/2011
  • Pages: 282
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.64 (d)

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  • Posted August 20, 2012

    I Also Recommend:

    Too much of a good thing........................................

    Too much of a good
    thing..............................................................................................................................
    It had its moments but the last few chapters were unnecessary. While
    the young Cole and Jade might have had some questionable scenes.
    E.G.... Cole marries her an doesn't have sex with her for a year.
    Turns out he is still in love with his first wife who died ten years
    ago. Seems I heard that one before. Yawn. Then his Indian half
    brother captures her so he can get her pregnant-- to spite Cole-- and he
    doesn't have sex with her either. I have to wonder about her sex
    appeal. --- The older Cole and Jade were incredulous. Moving to San
    Francisco? Dabbling in the stock market? The mountain man and
    indentured servant do high society. Well---that was different anyway.
    And Jades death scene--------bordered on silly . The description of
    their children didn't ring true either. But the author was politically
    correct and always referred to American Indians as Native Americans.
    I suppose that counts for something.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2012

    Anonoymous

    A good novel. Nicely structed with a litle of every thing. The characters were so strong especially Jade. She had no ecomomic power but she was no push over. Definitely a must read!

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  • Posted January 16, 2011

    Highly recommended! Check it out.

    I just finished Single Heart, Single Love and couldn't put it down. The characters are realistic and the story line is riveting. I especially enjoyed the simply elegant language that painted a detailed, but not overly detailed picture of the West of a century and a half ago. I fell in love with the men and enjoyed the love scenes, which are not explicit but are sexy and romantic nonetheless. Great job!

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    Posted April 15, 2011

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