Beaten and wounded by a band of sadistic renegades that rules the borderlands of Indian Territory, U.S. Marshal Kaed Turner understands what the inevitable outcome will be for him: death. But Fate and a war party of Choctaw Indians intervene, delivering him instead to a beautiful angel with the skill to heal him. Jessica Monroe has already lost a husband and a brother to the outlaws who tortured Marshal Turner. As the rugged lawman lies bleeding on her bed, she faces a difficult decision. Can she afford to gamble with her heart one last time? For when Kaed recovers, he is sworn to join the other Territorial Peace Officers in their battle to wipe out the renegade gang once and for all. When vengeance is done, will Kaed keep riding? Or will he return to claim his future with the beautiful woman the Choctaw call “Fire Eyes?”
If you enjoy historical western, this is the book for you. The action starts with the very first line and doesn’t stop till the end. I loved the setting and the main characters Kaed and Jessica. Cheryl’s writing is very original and sharp. Her dialogues are very authentic, evoking the old west with little effort. The supporting characters seemed to blend well with the two main characters.”Fire Eyes” is a story that brings back the American west alive!
I would certainly recommend “Fire Eyes” to anyone and can’t wait for the next one by this talented , fresh, new author “Cheryl Pierson”.
Pls. come back tomorrow for an interview with author “Cheryl Pierson” about the publishing process and the book “Fire Eyes”.
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To read Cheryl’s interview with Martha, about the writing process as well as Martha’s review of “Fire Eyes”, visit Marth’s blog at http://marthasbookshelf.blogspot.com/
Thanks. Martha for your wonderful review of “Fire Eyes” as well as the interview(Part 1) with author Cheryl Pierson and giving me this opportunity to be included in the tour, and also thanks ro Cheryl for her wonderful book “Fire Eyes”.