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free read Topaz Avon Historical Romance

free read Topaz Avon Historical Romance ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ ➽ [Reading] ➿ Topaz Avon Historical Romance By Beverly Jenkins ➲ – Kate Love is an ambitious young newspaper reporter on the trail of a railroad stock swindler who has been preying on elderly Rapping her in his own protective cocoon Determined to hold on to her independence despite the dark simmering fire Dix's bronzed muscled embrace ignites she challenges him at every turn Yet even as their battle of wills intensifies the heat of their passion blazes with unmatched furya wildfire of love that can only be answered in the sweet ecstasy of surrend. Readers Lend Me Your Ear and Eyes I want to introduce you to one of my favorite authors on earthMrs Beverly JenkinsShe is an African American author who writes historical and contemporary romance novels filled with love lust mystery intrigue and for the historical romances some of the most unknown historical facts that you never learned in school Ever so often I find myself re reading her books because they are that good I just finished Indigo a few days ago and let me tell you I love that book Indigo is the name given to Hester Wyatt a former slave now a stop on the underground railroad of sorts She is a rest stop in Michigan for the weary before they head on to Canada One night she is brought a man that is known only as the Black Daniel a slave thief he steals slaves and brings them north to freedom but there is to the Black Daniel than meets the eye Right now I am reading Night Song and it is the story of a Buffalo Soldier and a school teacher There is alot to it than that trust me There is some arson a few murders and a kidnapping or two The books in order of release date per her website areNight Song Vivid This one is about a black female doctor unheard of in that day and a time in a all black town in Kansas IndigoTopaz is my all time favorite because of Dixon Wildhorse god knows a man like this can only be created in a book because I don't if God made a man this beautiful or skilled at lovemaking in real life He is part black and part Seminole Indian and to settle a debt owed to him he accepts the hand of a thief's daughter and believe me there is a little Katherine Wildhorse inside of me She is a virgin and pretty naive when it comes to dealing with men but she is also a journalist who poses as a man so that she can be published When he takes her back to his town where he is the Sheriff she joins up with the Dewies a group of women and all hell breaks loose How embarrassing is it to be the sheriff and have to bond your own wife out of jail Jackson Blake and the Terrible Twins and Griffin Blake are introduced in this bookThere is so much to this story

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Kate Love is an ambitious young newspaper reporter on the trail of a railroad stock swindler who has been preying on elderly Blacks Her investigation points to Rupert Samuelsone of Topaz Avon Epubthe wealthiest and most eligible black men in the East but her covert efforts to get close enough to uncover the goods on him bring her to the brink of becoming his. What a Man What a Man What a Mighty Good ManI tell you just when I think Beverly Jenkins can't write a better story she does After just finishing Indigo I thought she totally out did her self but NO she just keeps coming better and better I could not put this book down I enjoyed Dix and Kate and the supporting characters in this story so very much It was like watching a movie for me The story just came alive and leapt off the pages for me to view Dix and Katherine are such a wonderful exciting couple How can anyone not fall in love with Dix He is everything a woman wants in a man Kate is great too She is ambitious independent and beautiful Kate's independence and sharp wit was wonderfully tempered by the magnanimous Dixon Wildhorse I laughed out loud cried at times and turned each page with great anticipation of what would come next I learned so much about the lesser known people of the western frontier of the late 1800's Beverly Jenkins is truly a scholar and a gifted storyteller A Definite MUST Read for any reader it combines romance a bit of western and black history and some mystery so you will not be disappointed

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Topaz Avon Historical RomanceWifeA Promise of Pleasure Snatched from the altar by Dix Wildhorse a Black Seminole Marshal from Oklahoma's Indian country Kate has no choice but to flee with the daring knight her father sent to rescue and wed her Marriage had never been part of Kate's plansand she isn't about to abandon her career to become the dutiful wife of a Wild West lawman bent on w. I am slowly working my way through Beverly Jenkins's back catalog all stored snugly on my ereader and I have arrived at TopazFirst let me say that there is something so wonderful about finding an author that you trust enough to completely let down your guard and just enjoy reading her books without worrying about being disappointed Beverly is that author to me Her heroes are respectful and likable her heroines fiery and admirable and the historic research has been done and done right Topaz starts out in Chicago towards the end of the nineteenth century Kate is a newspaper reporter currently deep undercover working on a story about a corrupt politically connected swindler Already in a perilous situation things turn deadly when her cover is blown and she is held prisoner by the villainous Rupert Samuel Dixon is a Marshal in Indian Territory and has followed Kate's scapegrace of a father whose shady dealings have directly affected Dixon basically causing him to enter into the story Dear Daddy offers Kate up as a wife to Dixon as a way to placate and compensate Dixon and also in a misguided surge of fatherly feeling to provide for Kate's future Luckily for everyone their timing is impeccable as Dixon is able to rescue Kate from Samuels They agree to wed and head on out to Indian Country present day OklahomaSo we have a steamy romance description of daily life in Chicago a short stay in a brothel a wonderfully described wagon train trip with a bevy of mail order brides mysterious elements historical detail about the despicable behavior of the US government and greedy land grabbers late nineteenth century feminism information on newspapers in that era and a surprise appearance by Aristophanes All of that Beverly Jenkins combines all of that beautifully Topaz is my favorite so far of all of her books I especially appreciated view spoilerwhen the women inspired by Lysistrata withheld affection from the men as a form of persuasion in the battle for eual rights hide spoiler