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Monday, April 5, 2010

Hannah’s Gold by Cindy Crane



Hannah’s Gold by Cindy Crane
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Genre: Historical, Action/Adventure
Length: Full Length (200 pgs)
Other: menage, M/F/M , Anal Play, Voyeurism
Rating: 4.5 Cherries
Reviewed by Honeysuckle

Time is running out for Hannah Turner. As collateral for a debt to Ethan McCabe, she will soon be forced to pay with her body.

Then two strangers, Luke and Jed Daniels, ride into town. For Hannah, the sexy cowboys provide a brief distraction from her imminent fate, and with lust running high, she succumbs to their charms. However, Luke and Jed don't intend to lose Hannah to an evil gunslinger and his gang. They're drawn to her plight, determined to protect her from Ethan and give her a dual taste of love and pleasure for a lifetime.

Just like all great westerns, Hannah’s Gold, has the text book elements: Cowboys, bad guys in black hats & damsels in distress. Hannah’s Gold has the added bonus of not one hot hero in spurs but two brothers that are as passionate about loving their women as they are determined to protect them.

Ms. Crane has created a steamy story that had me completely drawn in from the first moment Luke and Hannah meet. This story had the unique side story of Hannah’s love for another man, Jacob, who in the beginning of the story has left to make his fortune in the California gold fields.

The anticipation of whether or not Jacob would make it back in time to save the ranch and not to mention Hannah from the clutches of the resident tyrant, had me squirming almost as much as the sex…almost!

Ms. Crane offers up a variety of intense sexual interludes. You’ll be reaching for a fan as well as a glass of ice water to cool yourself down. In fact, there is a scene where Jed walks in on Hannah watching Luke bathe that was H-O-T HOT!! When it was over I was ready for a cigarette and I don’t even smoke.

The characters are well developed with intersecting back stories that are revealed within the context of the story. There are surprises and a beautiful HEA that built and flowed straight to the end.

I look forward to reading more by Ms. Crane and gladly award Hannah’s Gold 4.5 Cherries.

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