Midnight Fire

Midnight Fire He was a hard drinking hard riding halfbreed drifter who had no use for a frightened white girl He told himself he needed the money as he agreed to escort her across the plains But somewhere between

  • Title: Midnight Fire
  • Author: Madeline Baker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • He was a hard drinking, hard riding halfbreed drifter who had no use for a frightened white girl He told himself he needed the money as he agreed to escort her across the plains But somewhere between Galveston and Ogallala, where the burning prairie meets the endless night sky, he made her his woman and vowed to protect her no matter what.

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      Published :2019-01-06T19:09:57+00:00

    1 thought on “Midnight Fire”

    1. Reviewed for THC ReviewsMidnight Fire is what I would call a cozy romance, the type of book that is nice to curl up with on a rainy afternoon. It was a very pleasant read, but the story lacked a certain depth in both characterizations and plot. It sort of just skims along, telling what is happening without digging deep or going into a lot of details. There were certain scenes where I thought that more details would have helped to shore up the plot, and there were also some minor inconsistencies [...]

    2. Scovato tra gli scaffali impolverati della biblioteca, questo storico/western è stato una piacevole sorpresa.La storia tra Carolyn, in fuga da un matrimonio non desiderato, e Morgan, mezzosangue indiano è coinvolgente e appassionante. La scrittura della Baker è fluida e scorrevole per un libro che non annoia mai e ti porta con sè nelle magiche terre del selvaggio West tra ranch, indiani, cacciatori di taglie e infiniti strati di vestiti da indossare! Che caldo! Per gli appassionati del gener [...]

    3. Madeline Baker is one of my favorite Romance writers. Her books are always quick, light hearted reads for me, that I find myself enjoying. Midnight Fire is no acception. I think I rather enjoyed the fact that the hero was so, as another reviewer put, anti hero. He has a lot of problems/issues. When I first started reading I found myself thinking "this can't be the hero in this book", but in the end I realize I rather liked the fact that it was in fact the hero.

    4. Magnificent Midnight FireWho would've thought that this story, Midnight Fire being so spectacularly beautiful love story as it was. But beyond magnificently written I was totally engulfed only with it being a real life Cinderella story. AHHHMAZED.Well done

    5. The story started out very flat for me - the writing felt rushed and I didn't seem to care for any of the characters, as they just moved along with the barely sketched-out scenes. But somewhere along the way, Madeline Baker turned it around and I began to appreciate her writing and her characters, particularly Morgan Slade and Carolyn Baker. Most unusual (for me anyway, since I don't typically read Native American romances), our hero is anti-heroic - he's a half-breed ex-con, alcoholic, depressi [...]

    6. Carrie and MorganWorth reading strong characters. Starting at night in a back alley, Carrie stubbles over a body. With Red's help they nursed, Morgan back to health. Many struggles and adventures. Good story lines, ending by reuniting both families together. Finally, counting their blessings of lives they always wanted together.

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