What Readers Say:
“A true American west adventure. It makes you cry, it makes you wish, and it makes you dream. It’s what a romance novel is all about.”
“The Wildest Heart kept me captivated well beyond the last page…beyond the last word…Ro and Luke continue to wander out there in the southwest, two truly ‘wild hearts.’”
Passionate, headstrong Lady Rowena Dangerfield and dark, dangerous outlaw Lucas Cord… two destinies intertwined under the blazing New Mexico sun…
Lady Rowena Dangerfield travels from the exotic palaces of India to the splendor of the Royal Court of London to the savage New Mexico frontier to lay claim
to her inheritance and live freely as only she would dare. In the violent, untamed American Southwest, she finally meets a man as strong as she is: Lucas Cord, a dark, dangerously handsome, half-Apache outlaw.
Fighting scandal, treachery, and murder, Luke is determined to have Rowena for his own, and as their all-consuming passion mounts, no one is going to stop him...
Praise for Rosemary Rogers
“The queen of historical romance.” —New York Times Book Review
“Rosemary Rogers has brought unique fantasy into the lives of 60 million readers worldwide.” —Chicago Tribune
In Rogers's unpolished latest, Rowena Dangerfield, raised in India by her grandfather, goes on a globe-trotting quest for a staggering fortune. The plot takes Rowena from India to London and New Mexico, where she must claim an unlikely inheritance. As she reads the diaries of the father she never knew, Rowena discovers that she is supposed to make peace between two embittered families, and as independent as she thinks she is, she's still not prepared for the web of love, intrigue and violence that fills the frontier. Unfortunately, Rowena comes across as clinically detached instead of headstrong, and nearly every encounter she has with a man (even the "good" ones) reads like an assault. The plot, meanwhile, moves in fits and starts, and many pages are eaten up with atrocious dialogue ("Listen, you stubborn, bad-natured female! When are you going to realize I want you?"). If you read only one doorstop romance this summer, don't make it this one.
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Compelling story with amazing detail and gripping characters. Wonderfully written!
I couldn't put the book down!!
Such a long boring story. The romance scenes there wasn't any romance. The sex scenes were poor, non discriptive, no detail. I could have sworn that I have read Rogers books twenty years ago and were good. This was the worst book iever read.