Captive Hearts

Captive Hearts

by Teresa Reasor
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Captive Hearts 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
LadyRambo357 More than 1 year ago
Since the first time I read Highland Moonlight from Teresa Reasor I have fell in love with her Characters. I have never really been a fan of "pirate" books but this one is simply amazing!! I fell in love with the Hero, Matthew, from the first time you meet him in the prison cell. And our Heroine? Let's just say she has some spunk to her! We all love our ladies with a little back bone right??!?!? Anyways, this one keeps your interest from the beginning! It will have you laughing in one moment and yelling "What are you doing?!?!?" lol If you enjoy Teresa Mederios or Julie Garwood you will love this author as well. I also recommend "Highland Moonlight" by Teresa Reasor
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Rockport_rocker More than 1 year ago
It is Teresa Reasor so you know the writing is going to be great!   Strong characters, love, passion, adventure and intrigue create a story that already has me begging for more.  I do not think it will be a series but I would love to see more of these characters. Lady Katherine's uncle forces her to marry a Yankee ship's captain who has been falsely imprisoned.  Neither wants to marry but they both want to get out of there current situations.   Katherine wants to find the men who murdered her family but society does not support her taking a stand and her uncle wants it all to just go away so she figures that marriage and an annulment will make it possible for her to act on her own. Captain Hamilton just wants to get back to America and his daughter, but there is no way he is leaving without his new wife. The murders aren't too happy with her efforts and want to stop her no matter what it takes.  
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good read. This author knows his to write to keep your interest in the story.