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by Shirl Henke

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  • ISBN 0843942010
  • ISBN13 978-0843942019
  • Language English
  • Author Shirl Henke
  • Publisher Leisure Books (March 1, 1997)
  • Pages 448
  • Formats azw mbr rtf lit
  • Category Love Story
  • Subcategory Historical
  • Size ePub 1451 kb
  • Size Fb2 1819 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 879

Able to run her father's freighting empire as well as any man, Cassandra Clayton realizes that she must have a child to provide an heir and targets Steve Loring, who has been wrongly sentenced for a crime. Original.

I’ve also written romantic suspense for Penguin Onyx and Silhouette Bombshell as Shirl Henke.

I’ve also written romantic suspense for Penguin Onyx and Silhouette Bombshell as Shirl Henke. My husband Jim Henke is a former cabdriver, bartender, sailor, judo instructor and English professor.

Shirl Henke is an American best-selling author of contemporary and historical romance novels. She has eclectic tastes and has written historical, contemporary, western, and regency-themed books. She also writes mystery novels using the pen name Alexa Hunt. She was born Shirl Nehrt, fifteen years after her next oldest sibling. Her father died while she was in her teens, leaving Henke alone with her mother

Freight and freightage. New York city : Leisure Books.

And when he came to her in the night, she was soon willing to give him that and mor. er very soul!

And when he came to her in the night, she was soon willing to give him that and mor. er very soul! In this series.

Books by Shirl Henke: Love Lessons At Midnight.

10 4. Books by Shirl Henke: Love Lessons At Midnight. 10. The River Nymph.

Right? Too bad the people who hired her to snatch Matt Granger left out a few vital details. Such as that Matt was a total babe - and irresistibly charming. And he was an undercover reporter on the verge of nailing a reputed Russian mob boss

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Another great Shirl Henke book, again own this one in hard back and also purchased it for my kindle as well.

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Inth
WOW; a book I did not want to end. This is what I always look for. I highly recommend this book. I hope to find another like this one; I am always looking. The characters were extremely enjoyable with marriage and family.
Ariurin
Cass Clayton ,only heir to her father, Rufus Clayton, had worked hard in her father's freight business. At her father's death, she inherited the business, but with the stipulation that she would find a suitable man to wed, her husband would have control over the freight company and that a male child would be produced within 3 years of her father's death. Unable to break the stipulations of the will, Cass has her close friend and manager seek out a man, one who is about to be hanged, get him released by any means and bring him back for her to marry. She deduces that the man will have to agree to follow her terms or he would be returned to hang. She didn't figure on the man she chose, Steve Loring, a force to be reckoned with though. The story moves slowly at first but gradually picks up pace; it is fairly predictable in its course.
Zololmaran
So far I've read about half of Shirl Henkes books, and loved every one of them. Some more than others, but every one of them are very good! I recommend you read her wonderful books!
Xtintisha
This book I could not put down. It was fabulously written. I made you laugh , cry and just wish you could get to the end ... Brilliantly written
Sagda
Another great Shirl Henke book, again own this one in hard back and also purchased it for my kindle as well
Gaua
This book was okay but it seemed to drag so slowly that I wanted to start skimming but I just don't let myself do that. For me, there were too many minute details filling the pages that did not hold my interest and maybe just a bit too much heartbreak.
Braendo
I was intrigued by the story line. I would have enjoyed it more if there wasn't so much physical description during the private moments.
But that is just me.
Review of Terms of Love

In the Colorado Couplet, Ms. Henke has two problem heroines. (See my review of Terms of Surrender.) In Terms of Love, Cass Clayton is a young woman (and I emphasize "young") who has built her father's freight business into an empire, in spite of the viciousness of the old invalid, a man who had abused his wife because of her inability to give him a male heir. The old man has shaped her view of men and husband/wife relationships. A woman might have male friends, but only a fool would trust her life to one. Not able to control her in life, the old buzzard tries from the grave. According to the terms of his will Cass must saddle herself with a husband or lose all that she has struggled to build. She literally buys Steve away from the hangman, supposing that a wanted murderer (he really isn't) will have to do her bidding or hang.
Then comes the battle of the wills. A very handsome, very clever Steve resents how he was forced into marriage with the beautiful girl. Yet he can't but help to admire her strength and courage, even if he considers her an "unnatural" woman. Cass, who swaggers, cusses, and snaps her whip, is actually terrified of Steve, although she finds herself increasingly drawn to him. She's like Charlie Brown who was in love with the little redheaded girl but couldn't think of anything to say to her. So he hit her! That's Cass. She's around 24 but she is still an emotionally stunted kid. The attempt of Steve and Cass to work out their stormy relationship is made even more complicated because somebody or bodies is trying to kill him or her or both. This is not a "sweet" romance. It is a tale of two complex and flawed characters. Like the old west itself, things get rough and tumble, but never boring. Oh yes, and the Colorado background of the 1870s is right on.

From a Colorado Reader