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HELLS' EIGHT SERIES-Tucker's Claim Book:3 By: Sarah Mccarty. In my opinion, it is the best of the Hell's Eight series and second only to Promises Linger, which I think is Sarah McCarty's best book.

HELLS' EIGHT SERIES-Tucker's Claim Book:3 By: Sarah Mccarty. This first book is a serious, period piece set in the 1858-Texas territory, that does turn into a page turner, this will tug on your heart strings, Tucker grew up an outcast thinking he is unworthy of love, and then an unlikely pair will meets when two hearts need healing. Sex Erotica! I moved on to this next book with high expectation.

This third book in Sarah McCarty's Hell's Eight series was a very enjoyable, sweetly erotic, and mildly suspenseful read and moved along at a pretty good pace that made me want to keep turning the pages. Not quite as "wordy" or disturbing as Caine's Reckoning, not quite as erotic as Sam's Creed, but a great effort with two pretty likable leads and the welcome return of a bunch of characters from previous books.

Hell's Eight series features Texas Rangers from the time when rangers were more outlaw than law. Caine's Reckoning (Hell's Eight, Sam's Creed (Hell'. Hell's Eight series features Texas Rangers from the time when rangers were more outlaw than law. Book 1.

Good book, with two storylines

Orphaned in a massacre, abused as a "half-breed" child, trained as a ruthless Texas Ranger, Tucker McCade's learned the hard way that you have to fight to survive. Good book, with two storylines. The main one is the romance between Tucker and Sallie Mae, with some inroads into the ongoing mystery of what happened to the Hell's Eight's sister-in-law, Ari.

HELL'S EIGHT, Volume One Featuring: Caine's reckoning. Sarah McCarty Hell's Eight Series Books 1-3 - eBook.

Praise for Sarah McCarty’s. Also by Sarah McCarty. Tracker’s Sin. Tucker’s Claim. Sarah McCarty’s new series is an exciting blend of raw masculinity, spunky, feisty heroines and the wild living in the Old Wes. ith spicy, hot love scenes. Ms. McCarty gave us small peeks into each member of the Hell’s Eight and I’m looking forward to reading the other men’s stories. Erotica Romance Writers.

Tucker's job, however, is the one thing she can't embrace. A staunch pacifist, Sallie Mae can't understand how his strong, caressing hand can clench in fury or pull a trigger. In this lawless land, Tucker knows you have to fight to survive

Tucker's job, however, is the one thing she can't embrace. In this lawless land, Tucker knows you have to fight to survive. But when Sallie Mae becomes pregnant, he's willing to do anything to have his family-including hanging up his guns. Every night they spend together binds them closer, slowly erasing their differences.

A hell’s eight adventure. To Vann-the man who makes me laugh no matter how dark the day.

What really sets McCarty’s stories apart from simple erotica is the complexity of her characters and conflicts. A hell’s eight adventure

Tucker McCade has known violence his whole life: orphaned in a massacre, abused as a "half-breed" child, trained as a ruthless Texas Ranger, he's learned the hard way that might makes right.So even he is shocked when he falls for Sallie Mae Reynolds, a Quaker nurse. Unable to resist Tucker's charm, character and chiseled body, she throws herself into their torrid affair, indulging every one of her wildest sexual fantasies. Tucker's occupation, however, is the one thing about him she can't embrace. A staunch pacifist, Sallie Mae can't understand how his strong, caressing hand can clench in fury or pull a trigger to take a life. In this lawless land, Tucker knows you have to fight to survive. But when Sallie Mae becomes pregnant, he's willing to do whatever it takes to have his family—including hanging up his guns.Every night they spend together exploring new heights of ecstasy binds them ever closer, slowly erasing their differences…until the day Tucker's past comes calling, precipitating an explosive showdown between her faith, his promise and the need for revenge….

Comments: (7)

Kirizius
This is my least favorite McCarty book. Ever. I could NOT get into this book at ALL, I wanted Tucker to kill Friend Sally (sorry, that is harsh, haha!) and find someone else that didn't use the terms, "Thee, Thou, Thinest," and all of that. It went beyond annoying for me. I really enjoyed Tucker's character and I'm sorry I wasn't able to fall in love with his story!
Low_Skill_But_Happy_Deagle
A really great story, I could really feel the emotions and chemestry between the characters. It deals mainly with the internal struggle within the characters: her need for pacifism and his chip on his shoulder because he's biracial. It's less about danger/kidnapping/etc than the previous books were (although there is some danger, just not as much, in my opinion). I also loved the moment that was mentioned in the previous review, when Tucker asked "What did you want, baby?" That really got to me, too! I think this was a really great story for Tucker and we really got to know him better, and we get to hear more dialogue between the other Eight and get to know them better too. The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars was that it was a bit short compared to Sarah's other books, and there was more information dumping than she usually does. I didn't think all the information dumping was really necessary to get us caught up with the story, and it took up too many pages. But the story itself is just fantastic, as usual with Sarah's books. (Lastly, the Thees and Thous didn't bother me at all, the rest of her dialect was just like everyone else's so it was easy to read.)
Usishele
I wasn't sure I'd like Tucker's Claim. I'm not sure why but the concept of a Quaker love interest with one of the Hell's Eight didn't seem far possible to me. McCarty once again made a believer out of me! Sallie is believable and it is very easy to crawl into her skin. I enjoyed the depth added to this story of pacifism versus the total cowboy/warrior idea of the old west. Once again the sex is smokin' and you can hear the bootsteps on the floor as she spins the scene. I read this book in two days and will have to do a re-read because the Hell's Eight editions cannot come out fast enough for me! Thank you Sarah for another GREAT read!
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HELLS' EIGHT SERIES-Tucker's Claim
Book:3
By: Sarah Mccarty

In order: Caine's Reckoning, Sam's Creed, Tuckers Claim, Trackers Sin, Shadows Stand, Caden's View. This first book is a serious, period piece set in the 1858-Texas territory, that does turn into a page turner, this will tug on your heart strings , Tucker grew up an outcast thinking he is unworthy of love, and then an unlikely pair will meets when two hearts need healing.
Sex Erotica! I moved on to this next book with high expectation. And it did not disappoint! I absolutely recommend this book, this series is so well written, I am certain this will become one of my favorites!

PS...I have already started Trackers sin, and can't put it down! I'll let you know!
Kazijora
I really enjoyed this book. I think the chemistry between Tucker and Sally Mae is real and convincing. I know there has been some criticism about all the "thees" and truthfully, that can be annoying but after awhile I just automatically started inserting "you" or "your" when needed.

The "thees" are not a fatal flaw. This is still a 5 star book so don't let that stop you from getting this book.

In my opinion, it is the best of the Hell's Eight series and second only to Promises Linger, which I think is Sarah McCarty's best book.

Dena
Ishnllador
One of my absolute favorite authors and the Hell's Eight series is awesome. Such a well written book with great depth in the characters and some of the hottest love scenes ever written. My only complaint is the dialog and how Sallie speaks. I get that she's a Quaker and all but her dialog in the book drove me nuts with 'Thee' and 'Thy' - it just didn't work for me - like nails on a chalkboard. I had to skim the parts where she spoke because it was starting to ruin a really great story. There was a couple times when she would use a modern reference in the dialog that seemed out of place and then start up with 'thee' and 'thy' again. Either way, this is the 3rd book in a super hot series so don't pass them up. Can't wait for Tracker's story in 2010!
Moronydit
I had pre-ordered it and then was a bit discouraged when someone on a mailing list complained about the use of thee and thou and how Ms. McCartney got it wrong. I won't profess to being great with that sort of stuff, so I wasn't sure and to this day, I haven't been able to find out whether they were used in the correct form of not. I liked this book as much as Caine and Desi's and slightly better than Sam's - there is something about Sam's heroine who just irked me...the relationship development between Sally and Tucker was fairly true to life of how I would think a courtship in this case might happen and Ms McCartney touched on some heavy issues of the time. i am curious about the use of sex toys in the book and if they truely existed...can't wait for Tracker and Ari's book (which I believe is the next one)
Sarah McCarty's Hell's Eight series is wonderful..full of action, western suspense and exciting romance!
I can't wait for the rest of the Hell's Eight series to come out!
Here is the list so far and they all are a MUST READ!!!!!!
Caine's Reckoning(Hell's Eight, #1)
Sam's Creed (Hell's Eight, #2)
Tucker's Claim (Hell's Eight, #3)
Tracker's Sin (Hell's Eight, #4)
Tucker's Claim (Hell's Eight) download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Sarah McCarty
ISBN: 0373605293
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Spice; Original edition (September 29, 2009)
Pages: 336 pages