He’s the last bachelor standing among the men of Hell’s Eight, and he’ll settle for nothing less than passion…
Unencumbered by wife or family, Luke Bellen is the obvious member of Hell’s Eight to lead a treacherous trek across Comanche territory. But Luke suspects he will never know another minute’s peace when photographer Josie Kinder joins the wagon train. Whip-smart Josie has a voluptuous figure, a sunny disposition and a knack for getting into dangerous scrapes in pursuit of the perfect shot. Luke thinks Josie’s too young, too sweet to be despoiled by the rough life and hard-bitten land he loves.
But independent Josie won’t let any man—however commanding—decide what’s best for her. Beneath their playful banter is a powerful current of lust—pure, but not so simple. If only Luke weren’t so damned proper, he’d see that the years between them don’t matter a whit, not when a single touch can set them both ablaze. Josie’s hell-bent on having it all, and that includes keeping Luke in the picture…unless the vengeful bandits on their trail find them first.
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I have all The Hell’s Eight In Print And Now on My IPhone . I cannot wait for the last one , I have pre-ordered and I am anxiously anticipating it’s arrival .
I wish it had just been Hell’s Seven...
I am so deeply disappointed. This book did not do justice to the other seven in the series; the rich character development I so loved from the other novels is nonexistent and it reads like an unedited first draft. The H/h motivations are murky; their inner monologues and dialogue between characters has no relationship to their actions or anything else that’s taking place; there are outright craters in the development of who each of them are; inconsistent details, not just from the other books in the series, but within the book itself. Case in point, in a fairly early chapter Josie bemoans not wearing her spectacles due to vanity, but this is the only reference in the novel that she wears glasses at all. And she’s a photographer, who needs to see to take pictures. And she’s supposedly all about blending in to the background and not wanting to be noticed, so...vanity? This was, by far, the most innocuous of the “pay no attention to detail” transgressions in this book. The story outline had such promise and it’s so too bad that the author didn’t deliver on what could be. The only reason I even finished it, and it got two stars instead of one, is because I loved all of the other books in the series; do yourself a favor and stop at book seven.
Not as good as the first 6 the last 2 were a really big disapointment . Due to having to wait A couple years !!!!