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  • 246 pages
  • Bride Gone Bad
  • Sabine Starr
  • English
  • 28 October 2019

Bride Gone Bad➼ [Reading] ➾ Bride Gone Bad By Sabine Starr ➱ – Essayreview.co.uk He s Hunting For Gold Not many people can keep a secret from Lucky Devereaux He s a triple threat of outlaw, treasure hunter, and Native American mystic But something in Tempest Templeton s beautiful, He s Hunting For Gold Not many people can keep a secret from Lucky Devereaux He Bride Gone PDF or s a triple threat of outlaw, treasure hunter, and Native American mystic But something in Tempest Templeton s beautiful, heartbroken eyes intrigues him, and he s determined to unravel the mystery She s Hunting For A Man Tempest has to remind herself that handsome men like Lucky bring only pain She learned that when her groom ran off before the wedding night taking her family s money with him Now she s hunting him down But a lady alone in Indian Territory is asking for trouble, and Lucky promises he s just the man to keep her safe and show her everything she s been missing.


About the Author: Sabine Starr

Sabine Starr rides the trails of her ancestors by horseback, four wheeler, and jeep when she Bride Gone PDF or explores Wild West myths, legends, and mysteries to locate authentic excitement for her novels She lives near the Old Shawnee Trail in Texas and in the Kiamichi Mountains of Oklahoma where she writes about lawmen, outlaws, Indians, and honky tonk gals with a penchant for fast guns, hot guys, and daring adventures.


10 thoughts on “Bride Gone Bad

  1. says:

    I enjoy western historicals, and this one had a very promising start but took a strange paranormal turn that left me scratching my head It was a fun read at times, but ultimately I felt like the characters weren t very well fleshed out, the relationship was poorly developed, and the plot was outlandish Be very ready to suspend your disbelief if you pick this one up.

  2. says:

    There aren t many books that I can t finish no matter how bad , but this book was just too ridiculous for words I didn t mind the paranormal aspect mixed into a country western theme I actually found that a little intriguing My main complaint with this author is making the lead female character, Temperance, act like an idiot How many women, especially those from the 1800 s use the line, Is there anything wrong with me that I can t get a man to spread my thighs and ram it home This was n There aren t many books that I can t finish no matter how bad , but this book was just too ridiculous for words I didn t mind the paranormal aspect mixed into a country western theme I actually found that a little intriguing My main complaint with this author is making the lead female character, Temperance, act like an idiot How many women, especially those from the 1800 s use the line, Is there anything wrong with me that I can t get a man to spread my thighs and ram it home This was not the first time that I flipped to the front of the book to check that the author was indeed a woman and not a man But then after begging Lucky to have sex with her, gets outraged that he lied and used her just to have sex The inconsistencies in this book were just too exhausting

  3. says:

    She..She is Tempest A hurricane with a cause To stop whiskey, poker and Tobacco from The Bend A crusader for temperance But she found herself in a tricky situation when she entered Red River Salon and chopped Lulu into half Hilarious But rather than repent about it, she stuck to her guns and justified her actions claiming to fight for families whose bread earners squandered their finances on Salons But when the other ladies of The Ladies Benevolent Society did not come to her resc She..She is Tempest A hurricane with a cause To stop whiskey, poker and Tobacco from The Bend A crusader for temperance But she found herself in a tricky situation when she entered Red River Salon and chopped Lulu into half Hilarious But rather than repent about it, she stuck to her guns and justified her actions claiming to fight for families whose bread earners squandered their finances on Salons But when the other ladies of The Ladies Benevolent Society did not come to her rescue, she was left alone in the Delaware Bend with no family or money She had to reach the Indian territory for returning home to Jefferson was out of the question Not only she had family members depending on her for money but also had left a bad marriage behind But was that her only motive to undertake this journey or did she have a score to settle with someone He..He is Lucky A treasure hunter Or was this a cloak to hide the true nature of his work When he came for Tempest s rescue he had no idea about her paranormal ability But after he did find it out, he was sure she was the only one who would be able to help him out in his quest But would she agree for the journey which would be full of danger both in terms of life and in matters of the heart The Story.Tempest and Lucky are brought by fate to live in the Lone Star Hotel, where Lucky finds out that she has a supernatural ability an ability he has a desperate need of He asks her for help in return for the money she desperately needs to help her family Once the bond is established, they start on their journey But the deal is not enough for him to save her from the other Rattler who would be looking for her They must become one She had to become his LadyLove.And she does But is it enough to save her from Crawdaddy and Haig not telling you who they are And what about the Soleil Wheel What is the secret of Soliel Wheel Though the story starts beautifully and I even liked the unexpected paranormal turn what got me down with this story was not the story itself but the love scenes I found them very crude and out of character in terms of the character etched for Tempest I am not having a propaganda against the love scenes please we are all romance readers but those scenes need to be woven in according to the situation And I found that missing It feltlike a Wham Bham to me..Seriously Sabine Did Lucky have to do that in the hotel room naughty But if I could ignore the love making scene God I sound such prude , the story is quite likable with all the ingredients thrown in Love, suspense, revenge and cowboy in a paranormal situation the wow factor Go for it Readers but be prepared for a cold shower

  4. says:

    DNF 60%

  5. says:

    This book was not what I expected, and I m still not sure if that s a good thing or a bad thing Set in Texas, 1884, the story follows a woman named Tempest and a man named Lucky Tempest starts out as a member of the Texas Society for the Promotion of Temperance Trying to be a stalwart member, she storms into a saloon and strikes the wooden bar with a hatchet, as proper society women do When the drinkers get upset, she s kicked out of the society By the time she walks down the street to serv This book was not what I expected, and I m still not sure if that s a good thing or a bad thing Set in Texas, 1884, the story follows a woman named Tempest and a man named Lucky Tempest starts out as a member of the Texas Society for the Promotion of Temperance Trying to be a stalwart member, she storms into a saloon and strikes the wooden bar with a hatchet, as proper society women do When the drinkers get upset, she s kicked out of the society By the time she walks down the street to serve a night in jail for her crime jail being a hotel room , she has been nicknamed Temperance Tempest, her actions have become legendary, and she is a town celebrity with free room, food, and gifts bestowed upon her.Lucky is part French, part Indian, and he s in town waiting for something He sees Tempest and thinks she ll be trouble Poor Lucky can t go two pages without his prick swelling at the thought of Tempest And, once aroused, it has amazing staying power, always making his jeans feel tight Anyhow, he escorts her to the jail hotel, and ends up in the room next to her Lucky takes care of his arousal with his hand and a towel so many books have the men take cold showers instead, they never give in to masturbation, but I guess since there was no running water Lucky had no choice Then Tempest screams because she thinks there s a man in her room.It turns out that Tempest sees and communicates with ghosts Lucky declares her to be a Spirit Rattler Coincidentally, he is a Sun Rattler, and he needs her to go to a burial ground to talk to the spirits and find an ancient artifact Tempest agrees, and on their way out of town they are approached by some businessmen They want her to be in a Wild West Show about chopping up bars And then the saloon owner wants a painting of her to hang over the bar Lucky jokes that they should pose naked together.Things getrandom and episodic There s a ghostly Indian Maiden who controls rattlesnakes A bad whiskey smuggler guy An artist who must be retrieved from another bar Some poor relatives who need money An ex husband who has to be killed.Through it all, Lucky and Tempest can t fight their attraction Even though Tempest was a proper lady and a virgin before they met, she becomes pretty adventurous and saucy with just a few touches of Lucky s hand Since they are both somewhat mystical, Lucky knows that when they have intercourse it will bind them together forever and make them powerful.When he tries to slow down with her to give the moment some meaning, Tempest slaps him and says she s finished with their crazy road horse trail trip, she s going back to Texas Then she cries and wonders, Is there something wrong with me that I can t get any man to spread my thighs and ram it home Yes, those anachronistic words come out of her mouth She then says she ll get a smooth stick or a banana to take care of her virginity We know pretty much zilch about Tempest s upbringing, but I don t think her elderly aunts taught her about dildos so I don t know where she got that idea She even taunts Lucky by pulling a stick out of the fire and asking if it s a good size So finally Lucky draws a magic circle around them and says some things and puts his prick inside her plump lower lips swollen with honey and they explode together Then they do it again Refusing to bask in the afterglow, Tempest notices that Lucky did not use a French Cap I wish he would have, I didn t know they had condoms then and she is pissed that he probably got her pregnant She decides that he lied just to get her in bed not that she was begging him, not that he could have done it without the magic circle So she s done with him again But she ll still help him find some spirits.The book ends with some Raiders of the Lost Ark type cyclone of fire and ghosts, and some shooting, and then Tempest decides that she loves Lucky and her baby after all.As you can tell, I was flummoxed by just about every part of this book The scenery was nice I didn t understand Tempest at all It moved pretty fast The grammar was correct Ghosts and spirits and silver chains and whatnot, you don t see that in every cowboy novel.This is the third book in a series about the area, the next book will be about the artist who carves naked ladies onto bars He s also haunted by a ghost or something.Grade C This review originally posted on Red Hot Books at

  6. says:

    Posted on Les Romantiques Le forum du siteReviewed by FabiolaReview Copy from the PublisherIt s my first Sabine Starr and Bride gone bad is the third volume of Gone Bad series I didn t read the two first instalments, Lady gone bad and Angel gone bad, and except the mention of the previous heroes, I didn t feel any particular hole.Our heroine is divorced and wants to take revenge against her ex husband because he ran away with all her and her relatives money The hero is a treasure hunter and Posted on Les Romantiques Le forum du siteReviewed by FabiolaReview Copy from the PublisherIt s my first Sabine Starr and Bride gone bad is the third volume of Gone Bad series I didn t read the two first instalments, Lady gone bad and Angel gone bad, and except the mention of the previous heroes, I didn t feel any particular hole.Our heroine is divorced and wants to take revenge against her ex husband because he ran away with all her and her relatives money The hero is a treasure hunter and a member of a society assigned with preserving Indian antiquities Tempest Templeton is White and Lucky Devereaux is half blood Indian.I thought at first that Bride gone bad was a classical Western Romance Then, I stumbled upon a scene that completely surprised me, at the point I had to re read it in order to be sure that I understood correctly In fact, the author adds some psychical powers owned by our two heroes to her story This element isn t mentioned in the plot, yet I would have loved to know about it However, I quickly got used to it The mix between Western Romance and psychical powers is well balanced and logical looking at the USA History.The setting is well exploited by Sabine Starr, she talks about real places and the book can t take place in another area nor era.I loved the two heroes They are nice and determined Lucky believes in destiny and follows his intuitions Tempest ispractical, she quickly accepts the help of the hero and follows his advices A big positive factor for the author the ubiquitous humour that made me smile and even laugh There is a memorable scene including a stick but I can t tell anything else I thing everybody should read this book just for that LOLThere isn t any suspense in the novel but we know that there are two secondary characters very unlikeable including a villain who owns the same psychical powers as Lucky There is also some action, especially in the end when Tempest and Lucky are confronted with these two villains However, I found that the combat scene was quickly dispatched And I didn t like very much the end of the book because, according to me, one conflict was not entirely resolved.There is also a scene that I found unnecessary it was the last conflict between Tempest and Lucky The heroine had a too much excessive reaction when she had to face a lot of things before that So that means the author felt she had to include a quarrel and decided to insert it at this moment and that s a pity.Moreover, I found that our main characters admit their love for each other a little too early I didn t feel that their feelings were so deep Yes, there was a very good physical attraction, the hot scenes were numerous and well written, but I had some doubts about their love at this moment.The book was very stirring when the hero tells the History of the Indians, explains to the heroine that they are not considered as Americans and that they must fight to survive That reminded me why I prefer not to read about the conflict between Indians and Whites in general Fortunately, the author doesn t remain on the facts but I had heartache for them.The book was enjoyable and I had a great time with the characters And I laughed too But I had a problem with some details and that s a pity because the story had a big potential

  7. says:

    Originally posted HERE.Having recently been swamped in a sea of review books I m struggling to keep up with, I didn t look too closely at this one before I started reading As a consequence I had it in my head this was some sort of sweet, possibly even Christian story set in the Wild West.I was pretty wrong in my expectations This is a steamy, steamy book, and it has a big paranormal element to it, based to some degree in Native American mythology Now I ve gone back over the blurb, I think Originally posted HERE.Having recently been swamped in a sea of review books I m struggling to keep up with, I didn t look too closely at this one before I started reading As a consequence I had it in my head this was some sort of sweet, possibly even Christian story set in the Wild West.I was pretty wrong in my expectations This is a steamy, steamy book, and it has a big paranormal element to it, based to some degree in Native American mythology Now I ve gone back over the blurb, I think it s actually pretty misleading And yes, stick a shirt on the guy on the cover and you d have inspirational romance packaging.I did enjoy Bride Gone Bad It s on the light hearted side of things, though I couldn t tell you how accurate or inaccurate the historical aspects are I don t know much about the history of Texas The opening scene is a little on the crazy side, but it sets things up nicely persist with it I usually read historical books set in Europe, and so this was a big change for me The attitudes, terminology and overall feel were a new experience, and I don t really have anything in my reading history for comparison.This is definitely a fun read, and I suspect it takes quite a lot of liberties with attitudes of decorum of the times However the tone of the story meant that I didn t mind.But since when was Ludmila a German name Review copy provided by NetGalley

  8. says:

    Pretty consistently, I ve found that romance authors write out the main female character to be concise, driven, and with their own philosophy Female readers want to be hooked into a story, and by creating females who are both understandable and identifiable, readers can then suspend themselves and take up that lead female s mantle for the duration of a book This book is not written that way If anything, the main female is a jacket to be worn by the main male figure It was impossible for me Pretty consistently, I ve found that romance authors write out the main female character to be concise, driven, and with their own philosophy Female readers want to be hooked into a story, and by creating females who are both understandable and identifiable, readers can then suspend themselves and take up that lead female s mantle for the duration of a book This book is not written that way If anything, the main female is a jacket to be worn by the main male figure It was impossible for me to appreciate this main female character she s just too substandard She has so much going on, her personality is so all over that she seems to be possessed by various personalities I liked her at first, and hated her nine chapters later The content is another read flag the paranormal element is sudden, and not well defined I guess I didn t read into the word mystic mentioned in the blurb, but this puppy is MYSTIC She s a Spirit Rattler and apparently that s akin to a ghost whisperer The introduction of this major thematic portion of the plot is sloppy and all encompassing however that doesn t stop the author from throwing in three other plots just to make it interesting, I m sure Life s too short to finish badly organized books, so I m calling it quits The whole whoppin two dollars I paid for this eBook would be better served editing this book, NOT writing a new book in what I now see is a series

  9. says:

    BRIDE GONE BAD by Sabine Star is an exciting American Western Historical Romance 4 in the Gone Bad series, but can be read as a stand alone A fun, but dangerous story involving Lucky Devereaux and Tempest Templeton Follow them as they travel the road of outlaws, and romance Tempest is determined to find the low down skunk who stole her family s fortune, and who was supposed to be her husband Lucky is hunting for gold, he also has a bit of mystic going on through his heritage Together, t BRIDE GONE BAD by Sabine Star is an exciting American Western Historical Romance 4 in the Gone Bad series, but can be read as a stand alone A fun, but dangerous story involving Lucky Devereaux and Tempest Templeton Follow them as they travel the road of outlaws, and romance Tempest is determined to find the low down skunk who stole her family s fortune, and who was supposed to be her husband Lucky is hunting for gold, he also has a bit of mystic going on through his heritage Together, they face danger, and passion ignites A fun story If you enjoy sexy cowboys, high spirited ladies, than Bride Gone Bad is right up your ally Give it a try, so far I have enjoyed this series filled with high spirited and troublesome ladies and their sexy,fierce cowboys A great read Received for an honest review from the publisher and Net Galley.RATING 4HEAT RATING STEAMYREVIEWED BY AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

  10. says:

    Bride Gone Bad is third in Sabine Starr s innovative Gone Bad series, but it might as well be the first You can read it without having read the first two, if you want This book, as with the first two, is set in far north Texas and north across the Red River into Indian Territory today s Oklahoma, in particular the southeastern part According to Ms Starr s bio, she lives in the areas she writes about Maybe that s why she is able to make the country through which the characters travel s Bride Gone Bad is third in Sabine Starr s innovative Gone Bad series, but it might as well be the first You can read it without having read the first two, if you want This book, as with the first two, is set in far north Texas and north across the Red River into Indian Territory today s Oklahoma, in particular the southeastern part According to Ms Starr s bio, she lives in the areas she writes about Maybe that s why she is able to make the country through which the characters travel so real The characters themselves are not the stock characters you might expect from a historical western romance, either, nor is the plot Recommended Well worth reading Leave your preconceptions at the door Hold on tightly You re going to have some fun

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