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Sage Norah Hess

Sage Norah Hess

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Sage Norah Hess SIREN'S SONG Jim LaTour wasn't the marrying kind. With a wild past behind him, he planned to spend the rest of his days in peace, enjoying the favors of the local fancy ladies and running his bar. He didn't realize what he was missing until an irresistible songbird threatened his cherished independence and opened his heart. Pursued by the man who had murdered her husband, Sage Larkin faced an uncertain future on the rugged frontier. But when she landed a job singing at the Trai
Sage Norah Hess SIREN'S SONG Jim LaTour wasn't the marrying kind. With a wild past behind him, he planned to spend the rest of his days in peace, enjoying the favors of the local fancy ladies and running his bar. He didn't realize what he was missing until an irresistible songbird threatened his cherished independence and opened his heart. Pursued by the man who had murdered her husband, Sage Larkin faced an uncertain future on the rugged frontier. But when she landed a job singing at the Trai

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Sage Norah HessSIREN'S SONGJim LaTour wasn't the marrying kind. With a wild past behind him, he planned to spendthe rest of his days in peace, enjoying the favors of the local fancy ladies and running his bar. He didn't realize what he was missing until an irresistible songbird threatened his
 
cherished independence and opened his heart.Pursued by the man who had murdered her husband, Sage Larkin faced an uncertainfuture on the rugged frontier. But when she landed a job singing at the Trail's End saloon,she hoped to start anew. And though love was the last thing Sage wanted, she couldn'tresist the sweet seductive melody of Jim's passionate advances.----------------------------------------Jim LaTour has always enjoyed his independence, never planning on settling down, untilhe meets the irresistible Sage Larking, a beautiful young singer who is being pursued bythe man who had murdered her husband.----------------------------------------This is the story of Jim LaTour who is the father of Jonty in the book entitled "Devl inSpurs" (My personal favourite) The book opens with Sage and her young nephew outgathering "greens" when they hear shots. When they run back to the house, outlaws haveshot their families. Sage and young Danny go on the run, but Sage becomes ill and isrescued by an Indian couple; they bring her to Jim LaTour who nurses her back to health.Once Sage is well enough, she begins to sing in Jim's saloon to earn enough money tomove to a larger town...There is a couple of other stories which are cleverly interwovenwith the main theme of the book, it is a heartwarming story, although you do get a bitimpatient waiting for them to get together.Romantic Times praises Norah Hess, winner of the Reviewers' Choice Award for Frontier Romance!KENTUCKY WOMAN"A warm, realistic, earthy romance, Kentucky Woman is an Americana love story withthe grittiness of a frontier Western that brings readers straight into the lives and hearts of the characters."MOUNTAIN ROSE"Another delightful, tender and heartwarming read from a special storyteller!"KENTUCKY BRIDE"Marvelous . . . a treasure for those who savor frontier love stories!"HAWKE'S PRIDE"Earthy and realistic. . . . Bravo to Norah Hess!"DEVIL IN SPURS"Norah Hess is a superb Western romance writer. . . . Devil in Spurs is an entertainingread!"
 
HEAVENJim's blue eyes studied the slender woman gazing uncertainly at him. Surely there was noother woman in the world so beautiful as Sage Larkin. His eyes ranged over her creamyshoulders, the hint of perfect breasts rising above the dress's round neckline. His pulse picked up as he remembered seeing them in all their bared glory and feeling the shape of them through the washcloth he had used to bathe her.Suddenly, he didn't want the drunken, crude men in the next room to see her. Their lust-filled eyes would contaminate her loveliness, tarnish her innocence. For she wasinnocent, despite the fact that she had been married. He could see in the depths of her green eyes that her husband had never awakened the passion he was sure slumberedinside her."Well, Jim," Tillie said, "how does she look?""She looks," Jim answered in husky undertones, "just like a green-eyed angel come downfrom heaven."Sage smiled shyly. "You flatter me, Jim. You know very well that I have no wings."Jim gave her a knowing smile that made her blush. "Yes, I do know that, don't I?"Other Leisure books by Norah Hess:DEVIL IN SPURSTANNER KENTUCKY BRIDEWILLOWMOUNTAIN ROSEJADEBLAZEKENTUCKY WOMANHAWKE'S PRIDETENNESSEE MOONLACEYWINTER LOVEFANCYFOREVER THE FLAME

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