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Hawk O’Toole’s Hostage. Miranda knows she will do anything to save her child. even if it means fighting her own treacherous feelings for the man who holds her hostage.

Hawk O’Toole’s Hostage. even if it means facing up to a shocking revelation that will make her question her past, her choices, and the woman she’s become. Originally published as Bantam Loveswept 263. More Books by Sandra Brown. Tidings Of Great Joy. Adam’s Fall .

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Hawk O'Toole's hostage. by. Brown, Sandra, 1948-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Large type books, Hostages, Indian captivities, Indians of North America, Hostages, Indian captivities, Indians of North America, Large type books. Hawk O'Toole has kidnapped Miranda Price and her young son from a train full of sight-seeing vacationers, and she's "battling a captor who is by turns harsh and tender, mysteriously aloof and dangerously seductive. Internet Archive Books.

I truly like Sandra Brown but this book was just plain unbelievable. Glad it was a quick read. And what kind of woman is this Katherine if she lets this Jace fella come on to her and kiss her right at the first meeting when she has so much hatred for the Manning family.

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Sandra Brown – Hawk O’Toole’s Hostage. Hawk O’Toole’s Hostage by Sandra Brown was the NYT bestselling author’s 41st book. This novel was published on June 1, 1988. Hawk O’Toole’s Hostage book description. Miranda knows she will do anything to save her chil. ven if it means fighting her own treacherous feelings for the man who holds her hostag. ven if it means facing up to a shocking revelation that will make her question her past, her choices, and the woman she’s become. Find Out About Her New Books First. An excerpt from Hawk O'Toole's Hostage. Miranda fought like a wildcat

Hawk O'Toole's Hostage. Miranda fought like a wildcat. Her carefully tended nails became talons, which she would have used to claw the robber's face had she been able to reach it. As it was, his fingers had locked around her wrists like handcuffs. She was no match for his superior strength. She kicked his shins, aimed for his crotch with her knee, and was rewarded with a grunt of pain and surprise when it landed close. 1988) A novel by Sandra Brown. Kidnapped, along with her young son, off a train-load of tourists, Miranda Price is held hostage on a remote reservation by Hawk O'Toole, a man desperate to help his people, only to find herself drawn to her aloof but tender and seductive captor. Genre: Historical Romance. Similar books by other authors.

From the one and only Sandra Brown comes a searing novel of romantic suspense. as a beautiful young mother falls victim to a brazen crime. From the one and only Sandra Brown comes a searing novel of romantic suspense. and a seductive captor. When her divorce was finally granted, Miranda Price thought the worst was behind her. Now she could get on with her life, far from the public scrutiny and private misery that went along with being Representative Price's wife.

Hawk O'Toole hadn't threatened either Scott or her with physical injury or death. Using a corner of the scratchy wool blanket, she tried to scrub the taste of Hawk O'Toole's kisses off her lips. But she wasn't very successful. He seemed certain that Morton would respond favorably to his demands. She dared not think of what would happen to Scott and her if he didn't.

To Hawk O'Toole, she was a pawn in a desperate gamble to help his people. To Miranda Price, he was a stranger who'd done the unthinkable: kidnapped her andher young son off a train full of sight-seeing vacationers. Now, held hostage on a distant reservation for reasons she cannot at first fathom, Miranda finds herself battling a captor who is by turns harsh and tender, mysteriously aloof and dangerously seductive.Hawk had assumed that Miranda Price, the beautiful ex-wife of Representative Price, would be as selfish and immoral as the tabloids suggested. Instead, sheseems genuinely afraid for her son's life--and willing to risk her own to keep him safe. But committed to a fight he didn't start, Hawk knows he can't afford to feel anything but contempt for his prisoner. To force the government to reopen the Lone Puma Mine, he must keep Miranda at arm's length, must remember that she is his enemy--even when she ignites his deepest desires.Slowly, Miranda begins to learn what drives this brooding, solitary man, to discover the truth about his tragic past. But it will take a shocking revelation to finally force her to face her own past and the woman she's become, and to ask herself: Is it freedom she really wants...or the chance to stay with Hawk forever?Sizzling entertainment from the first tantalizing scene to the last, Hawk O'Toole's Hostage is one of Sandra Brown's classic romances available inhardcover for the first time.

Comments: (7)

Little Devil
I truly like Sandra Brown but this book was just plain unbelievable. Glad it was a quick read. And what kind of woman is this Katherine if she lets this Jace fella come on to her and kiss her right at the first meeting when she has so much hatred for the Manning family. Come on. This story could of had a little more suspense and tension had there been some additional storyline that included interaction with the Manning family once Katherine and Jace became man and wife. You never get the backup story of Mary and the miserable life she lead with her womanizing husband Peter just a few tidbits. And what was with the detailed explaining of the color of Katherine's hair with its sun infused highlights - how much of that needed to be said throughout the book.
Mr.mclav
This story has to be one of SB's first because it is dated by the gift of a new electric typewriter instead of a computer and the lack of cell phones. The catalyst to cause the story is unimaginative and depressing. It's questionable whether this is a romance novel or porn, that said, if you skip the explicit sex the short story is sweet, not unique nor exciting but leaves the reader feeling good at the end. Katherine is a mixed bag character, one scene she is an independent, self-sufficient woman and the next she is being led against her will or taken by surprise because she isn't capable of anticipating others moves or allowing her sister to stay in an abusive marriage with no protection. On the other hand, Jace is the epitome of all things which make a hero appealing. Sweet story and great hero character.
JoldGold
This is a warm and feel good work. The idea of a sister taking over the care of a newborn baby is so supportive. Then when the brother-in-law is included in rearing the baby, the good feelings just multiply. Of course, in a most predictable way, the two of them wind up together in the true sense of the word. But, getting there is a nice little roundabout trip. Everything about this work is great. I have been a fan of Sandra Brown for many years and this is just another one of her GREAT works. She is able to put the emotions of her characters into words in a most unique way. The reader feels that the character is a friend and can understand the emotions and the reactions. I love reading her works.
Uriel
I would have given this book a 5 because I love unrequited love stories, but the hero was too much of an ass. Marcie put up way too much with his crap. After the way he treated her on their wedding night she should have dumped him. I don't know why she was so in love with him. He was mean to her from the start and he got worse during their marriage. What irritated me about Marcie was how desperate she was for Chase. She pursued him too much. I think it would have been nice if the author at some point made Chase pursue her. Even in the end I didn't feel like Chase loved Marcie the way he loved his dead wife. I know my review seems a bit on the negative side but I truly did like this book. I'm a huge fan of unrequited love. It always makes me feel for the person who loves so deeply without ever having that love return. I felt for Marcie because she loved Chase so much and for so long and having to watch him be so happily married and in love with his wife. I felt her pain even though I've never experienced unrequited love personally. It was nice to see that she got her man in the end. I only wish the author made Chase realize he loved her a little sooner than a couple of pages before the end. With all that said it was a good book.
Larosa
LOVE BEYOND REASON by Sandra Brown is the 19th Brown novel that I've read. I should have checked a little closer before purchasing the book. Turns out this is a reprint of one of her earlier books back when she was doing only romance novels. I have been reading her mystery novels and enjoying them. Love Beyond Reason was a disappointment--the writing was clumsy and the theme was on the level of a first-year college English class writing assignment. The love scenes were a little over the top, repetitive, and predictable. The book read like a cheap romance novel. I am glad Sandra has switched to writing mysteries. I struggle to give this book a 2-star rating.
Mataxe
Ms Sandra Brown, I had forgotten about your art of writing. It's been a while since I've read your writing and it's as good as I remember. Jase and Katherine are great characters. One minute the story took me up and I felt so happy for them, the next I was upset almost angry. Not knowing from one chapter to the next what was real and what was not. I enjoyed the ups and downs.
Gigafish
When sweet Mary dies during childbirth, she asks her sister Katherine to raise the baby. Mary was married to the spoiled son of a prominent Denver family. The family accuses Katherine of kidnapping baby Allison. Enter Jason Manning, the black sheep of the Manning family. Katherine's suspicions turn into love. This was a great surprise for me. When I got the book, I expected it to be a Sandra Brown suspense novel. What a great, but pleasant, surprise to find a romance novel. Halfway through the book I had to check to be sure I was reading a Sandra Brown book.
I love Sandra Brown and this is the first romance novel I've read . It was very good but I expected it to be longer , there aren't very many pages . The storyline is great! Everyone wants a knight in shining armor to rescue them . I much prefer her suspense mysteries while she mixes in the romance . If you love romance novels and short books, you will love this book .
Hawk O'Toole's Hostage download epub
United States
Author: Sandra Brown
ISBN: 0553104489
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: United States
Language: English
Publisher: Bantam; Bantam hardcover ed edition (December 1, 1996)
Pages: 215 pages