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Wild Star #2020

Wild Star Brent Hammond is as handsome as sin and wilder than an unbroken stallion When he meets Byrony by chance he s charmed But when he sees her again as the petted wife of an older rich man he s chagrine

  • Title: Wild Star
  • Author: Catherine Coulter
  • ISBN: 9780451206398
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wild Star By Catherine Coulter, Brent Hammond is as handsome as sin and wilder than an unbroken stallion When he meets Byrony by chance, he s charmed But when he sees her again, as the petted wife of an older rich man, he s chagrined Until her life is threatened and he discovers that only he can protect her

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    1 thought on “Wild Star

    1. It s like a repeat of my review for The Coming Home Place How much pain should one heroine have to endure She deserved a freaking parade and a lifetime supply of chocolate

    2. Wild Star is a bodice ripper in the best sense of the word The hero, Brent, is banished from his plantation home after his father catches him with his stepmother.Jump ahead ten years and we meet our heroine, Byrony, has returned from 19 years in Boston where she lived with her aunt, who has just passed away Byrony s father is an abusive lout who beats her and accuses her of being a slut She ends up married off to an older distant cousin, who wants her to claim his half sister s baby as her own I [...]

    3. I found the heroine quite frustrating She stands up to her father s abuse, but sits down and takes it from both husbands and her mother in law And the happily ever after is with a verbally abusive and emotionally unstable man I enjoyed parts of the book, but I kept waiting for the hero and heroine to grow up And the ending was rather like the author got tired of her own story and was ready for it to be over.

    4. The only thing keeping me from giving this 5 stars is the use of the n word I know that it was widely used back when this story took place but still not a fan of it.

    5. If this book weren t a romance, here s what would happen Our protagonist Byrony learns to stand up to and leave behind all the people who try to control her, including her stepfather, ex husband and dark lover Brent But as this is a romance, she must stay with Brent no matter what sigh Once or twice, Coulter dangles the possibility of Byrony suddenly developing a character in which she makes plans to explode and leave everyone behind for a better life, which is why I kept reading, but she doesn [...]

    6. Amazing book, Just amazing It has a great story line through out the whole thing It just keeps getting better and better with the whole baby cover up story and then the Lusty, hussy stepmother It s wonderful the hero and the heroine, I couldn t put the book down most of the time It kept you on edge somewhat This book has it all action, drama, TONS of romance, sad and happy times and love able and also hate able characters and my favorite a happy ending not to sound corny that true love conqures [...]

    7. Brent Hammond meets Byrony, the new wife of a rich man, and immediately makes unfavorable assumptions about her.Oh goodness, what to say about this one The whole book is a soap opera secret babies incest slaves and it races from one plotline to another But the real issue I had was what a jerk Brent was throughout the entire book He is constantly insulting, degrading, and humiliating Byrony, who is asinine to fall in love with it Even after the I love you s he STILL behaves abysmally, which reall [...]

    8. The writing distracted me from this story On every page of this book one or of these actions seemed to be repeated eyes were narrowed, brows were raised or arched, fingers ran through hair, heads were pillowed on arms, hands were fisted, people burst into laughter, characters threw back their heads and laughed, someone wanted to kill someone else, women were called sluts, men were called bastards didn t realize 21st century profanity was in such common use back then etc.If repetitive writing li [...]

    9. Is this supposed to be one of those Greek Comedies W.T.H 1 Abusive father2 Forced marriage to relative3 Baby mama s baby forced on our heroineIt goes on Maybe it s an episode of Jerry Springer PerhapsBrent and Byrony are bumbling boobs at times Still it s a Ms Coulter story with some wacky fun and amusement.

    10. Brett Tough saloon owner from the south Kinda mean to the h but redeems himself at the end.Byronny Good h but was in awe of the H until the end when she decided to fight for him She was married to a cousin who got his sister pregnant incest and was used to protect the baby Sister poisons h and h ends up going to H who has sex with her not knowing she was a virgin.

    11. The book is good, that much is true.There are some parts that make me go Um, eww.Brother sister incestSex with step mom.Etc.The story is good, but blech, could have done without that.

    12. I liked this one a lot than the last one, although I think I m missing a volume, since some recurring characters seem to have gotten married in the interim.

    13. Another great locale, and good story Too bad the storyline ended with do many loose ends This narrator gets better with each story

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