Captive Legacy

Captive Legacy

by Theresa Scott

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BN ID: 2940158353635
Publisher: Theresa Scott
Publication date: 04/22/2016
Series: Soft Gold: Fur Traders , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 740 KB

About the Author

Theresa Scott’s first novel sold in 1986. Thirteen of her historical romance novels were published by Leisure/Dorchester Publishing Company, of New York. Her books have sold over 600,000 copies in the markets of the U.S., Canada, Australia, and Britain. Her foreign sales have included Germany, Holland and Taiwan.

Naturally, Theresa’s writing is influenced by topics in which she is deeply interested. She loves to write about human relationships gone awry before being set to rights. The topic of dawning awareness, of suddenly recognizing epiphanies in our lives, also intrigues her. And she feels hopeful that individuals, through love, have the capacity to transform their lives for the better. To read more about Theresa and her books, please visit her on the web at

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Captive Legacy 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Review by Sarah L: Having always enjoyed stories about historical America, especially the untamed West, I couldn't wait to start reading. Initially the story started out slow and I had a hard time staying interested. After the first few chapters the tempo did pick up although I never really felt the zing I was hoping for. It had a great plot idea but I didn't feel any sort of connection with Zander or Dorie. Without trying to give away too much of the story, Dorie does eventually learn what a country wife was. In my opinion, this was a missed opportunity to incorporate some fireworks. Where was the yelling and screaming? It felt like an afterthought. The whole situation was glossed over. I was also confused as to why the two "bad guys" in the story were constantly being hired as guides. I realize times were different back then but I would like to think they had some common sense. The ending was also a bit too tidy. Fireworks!! Where are the fireworks? Overall, the story did keep me interested enough to finish it and I was content with the ending but unfortunately it didn't leave a lasting impression.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago