5 thoughts on “Dark Warrior (Dark Cloth, #1)

  1. Dark Warrior: To Tame a Wild Hawk is a historical romance with paranormal elements that drew me in from the very first sentence. I’m into paranormal romance bit time, usually because I love to read about paranormal creatures, but here it was the beautiful writing and voice that grabbed me from the start and didn’t let me go until the very end.

    It’s 1871. Mandy has been fighting off Ashley’s advances for years. She’s neither interested in him as a husband, nor in the possibility of losing her lan

  2. This is a good historical western romance that ends up with not one but two romances with two more burgeoning romances. It also features a brutal massacre, a man with no face who stays in the shadows, betrayal, Indians, land grabbing cold murdering cattle barons, cattle rustling and a couple of subplots.

    Mandy, the female lead, is a strong willed young lady whose father has been murdered leaving her a ranch that McCandle wants. She is able to talk telepathically with the Grandmothers and she see

  3. Okay, I’ll be honest… the cover kinda freaked me out. This isn’t from my “comfort zone” genre of books, but I gave it a shot. From only a little way in the quality of writing helped me want to keep reading. I am not sorry I read this book… it was worth the time I spent on it. I felt the ending dragged a little, but overall I was pleased, and am happy to have gone on this journey into a different literary landscape.

  4. I got this book as part of the Adopt an Indie event going on right now. This is the first work of Lorne Wolf that I have read and let me tell you I will be going back to check out what else she has available. This story pulled me in from the start and wouldn’t let me go till I had finished it. The way she weaves emotion throughout the book is very well done from the pain of losing loved ones, to the true hatred of those that took them. The strength of a woman determined to keep what is rightfull

  5. I’ll have the full review up tomorrow.

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog….

    My Review:
    This was a powerful story and I really enjoyed it. Set in 1871, in Wyoming, this is the story of Mandy, who is fighting to save her ranch from the local bad-guy, McCandle, who wants her ranch and plans to marry her to get it. For years, Mandy has had visions of the man that she will marry and it is not McCandle, it is Hawk.

    Hawk is a white man with way too much tragedy in his life. At the age

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