Wild Land, Wild Love

Wild Land, Wild Love

by Connie Mason

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BN ID: 2940013839656
Publisher: Ten Talents Press
Publication date: 12/12/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 623,180
File size: 473 KB

About the Author

Connie Mason is the bestselling author of 60 books and novellas and counting. Her tales of passion and adventure are set in exotic as well as in American locales. Connie has won awards from Romantic Times and has been listed in Who's Who of American Women for several years. Connie makes her home in Tarpon Springs, Florida.
Connie is a world traveler. She has visited every country in Western and Eastern Europe, Greece, Asia and Northern Africa. Also, countless islands in the Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas. Connie enjoys spending time with her three children, nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Visit her Website and www.conniemason.com.

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Wild Land, Wild Love 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Connie Mason writes stories and characters with vivid details. Kate's female arrogance overflows in every scene. She comes to a new land, which she knew was filled with convicts. She was terrified of them all, and still she was convinced she could do everything herself. She simultaneously thought she didn't need anyone, and was terrified of her father dieing and leaving her alone. Kate was instantly attracted to Robin. Her heart and soul longed for him almost immediately. Rather than accepting that, she hid her feelings behind contempt. She first judged Robin dangerous because he was an ex-convict. Then she convinced herself Robin wanted to marry her to gain control of her father's ranch. The first time Kate was in Robin's arms ended with her virginity intact. She couldn't resist his touch. She melted against him, molding her body to his. He brought her to her first climax. She denied how great that felt both during and afterwards. Kate convinced herself she hated Robin more than ever after that. She didn't hate Robin. She hated how dependent on him she felt. She hated that she could only feel that alive and wonderful because of a man. Kate would have married an abusive man, or a passionless one, rather than marry Robin. She would have done anything to go on denying her feelings. On their wedding night Kate knew her life would never be the same, after she made love with Robin. She acted as if she was about to be executed. She never would have willingly given her body to any man, and she screamed "You Bastard" when he brought her to full pleasure. Every step of the way she made herself and Robin miserable. Robin gave Kate her way even when it was taring them apart. He didn't fight back, until Kate became pregnant. Kate was ready to divorce Robin and leave the country. She was ready to take his child and leave him with nothing. Robin had to be deliberately cruel to keep that from happening. Kate's pride had hurt both herself and Robin too many times, Robin was fighting mad. Kate fumed about laws that left her as nothing but Robin's chattel. Those laws allowed Robin to keep Kate under control, when she couldn't control herself. Robin wouldn't let Kate deprive him of his child or his wife. If Kate had been born in this age she never would have had sex, become a wife or a mom. She would have spent her whole life miserable, afraid and alone.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
the book was too boring and if you have read the one before this one the description of fletcher isnt that hot and the woman isnt that beautiful.