As I thought about what series to post today, I remembered a late night email from Carly talking about raunchy historical romances and I remembered this series. When I read the first book Brave the Wild Wind, and the sex in it I received quiet the sex education. I was 14 and the book had just come out. In fact I have a feeling that if my parents had known I was reading it at the time and what was in it there would have been hell to pay. But it didn’t matter because I was completely in love with Jessie and Chase and their fighting. Then came Savage Thunder my mind was blown again, by the things in this book. Namely sex on a horse. And then my favorite book in this series Angel. I haven’t read this book in years, but it continues to remain one of my top historical romance books. If you haven’t read this series then I recommend correcting this immediately, especially if you love books that take in the untamed land of the America West during the 1800’s. BTW These are the original covers of the books, I still love the cover of Savage Thunder.
Enraged by Jessie’s arrogance yet haunted by her beauty, Chase is irresistibly drawn to the headstrong miss — and into her troubles with the land-hungry villains who murdered her father. For his pride insists he tame the fiery temptress who toys with his emotions. And his passion won’t be sated until the sensuous young hellion becomes a woman in his arms.
Newly widowed after a shockingly brief marriage to an elderly British lord, Jocelyn Fleming still aches with the pain of unexplored desire. And now her restless heart is leading her far from the protective bosom of polite London society to the perilous beauty of the American West . . .and to Colt Thunder.Breathlessly exciting but dangerously unpredictable, Colt is a loner whose Cheyenne blood burns hotter than the blistering Arizona sun. Jocelyn’s wealth and title mean nothing to this strange whose passion rules his actions and his heart. But neither the wild desert stallion nor the untouched English rose can deny their irresistible attraction. . .or prevent the firestorm of emotion that erupts when their vastly different worlds collide.
Hoping to cool off a twenty-five-year-old feud between two neighboring families, Cassie Stuart only succeeds in pouring kerosene on the flames. Both sides have warned her to get out of Texas pronto. . .or they will burn her father’s ranch to the ground. What Cassie needs is a peacemaker but she ends up with a widow-maker instead.
He is called Angel, a ruggedly handsome hired gun with eyes as black as sin. Unwanted and unwelcomed by his ungrateful employer, he would just as soon leave Cassie to fend for herself. But a stubborn sense of duty, and a desire to taste the sweetness of her kiss steels Angel’s resolve to make Cassie want him, come hell or high water. . .and for more than his gun alone.