The Outlaw Hearts

The Outlaw Hearts The Missouri bound train that is carrying Jenny Leigh Colter to her new schoolmistress job is forced to stop in an Ozark valley by the notorious Luke Morgan a handsome outlaw who tempts Jenny with pr

  • Title: The Outlaw Hearts
  • Author: Rebecca Brandewyne
  • ISBN: 9780727844804
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Missouri bound train that is carrying Jenny Leigh Colter to her new schoolmistress job is forced to stop in an Ozark valley by the notorious Luke Morgan, a handsome outlaw who tempts Jenny with promises of lawless passion.

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    1. Post Civil War Story of Love’s Power to HealSet in Missouri in the years following the Civil War, beginning in 1870, this is the story of two people wounded in both spirit and body. Jenny Leigh Colter was a plain girl in a family of handsome men and beautiful women. It was a family she loved. But a brutal Yankee colonel took her sisters from her and the war took her brothers. Without funds and only her two former servants for companions, she answers an ad for a schoolteacher needed in the Ozar [...]

    2. After surviving a truly horrific attack in her home after the Civil War, Miss Jenny Colter takes a teaching position in the small yet closeknit town of Tumbling Creek, Missouri. She's with her two Negro servants, Moses and Delcine, when the train she is on is held up by the infamous Morgan gang. Two of the brothers, Raiford and Luke are going through the passengers, stealing their belongings, when Jenny is overcome by the violence that Luke and Raiford use in order to subdue the conductor, and s [...]

    3. (3.5 stars) 1870. Jenny Carter has been through hell – left for dead with the rest of her family brutally murdered and their Georgia plantation burned to the ground. Crippled for life, tortured by nightmares and virtually penniless and with no prospects for a husband on the horizon, Jenny takes a position as teacher in the remote Missouri town of Tumbling Creek. Along the way to her new home, her train is stopped and robbed by the notorious Morgan Brothers gang and Jenny accidentally gets a lo [...]

    4. I can't see the forest for the trees.The forest is the plot and the trees are overly dramatic prose and racist terms.My lilly-white-new-age ass can't take it, man.

    5. I love this book! Rebecca Brandewyne's earlier books are a little to brutal "bodice ripper" for me. This one is wonderful. The heroine is a wounded, brutalized young woman fleeing the destruction of her family after the Civil War. She arrives in a small Missouri town to become the new school teacher. Along the way she crosses paths with the Morgans, a group of outlaw brothers (who just happen to live in town). Jenny finds herself attracted to the handsome Luke Morgan as well as two his two sad, [...]

    6. Quoique l'histoire soit très bien écrite et interessant, j'ai pas réussi à la trouver excellente Bien sans plus.

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