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Thomas Vamos. Also I found myself blush a couple of times with some of Thayne's comments in the beginning. I am very strict on the romance books I read, and what he said was not bad, but the indications of what he meant made me squirm slightly. It probably will not bother other people.
Also, the romance in the beginning is different than the second half, which I was not a fan of.
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Consistency needed. Overall this was a good read. I enjoyed it, but again the topics discussed in this book are not for everyone. Truthfully, I probably will not buy this book. But I might read more from this author if the reviews on her other works are good. Oct 04, Annalisa rated it really liked it. Saw this book in the Seagull book catalog and thought it would be an interesting read. I always enjoy a good period piece. This was clean romance literature with a spiritual tone as well. Seagull Description: Emmalyne Madsen sends a desperate plea heavenward as a band of lawless men makes their way up the aisle of the railcar.
Thayne Kendrich has an urgent need Saw this book in the Seagull book catalog and thought it would be an interesting read. Thayne Kendrich has an urgent need for a school teacher, and he's not above doing whatever it takes to get one - including forcing her at gunpoint across the scorching prairie. But the teacher he chooses turns out to be a little tougher - and softer - than he anticipated, and before long he finds himself battling emotions he vowed to never feel again. He's an outlaw, after all - or is he? As the days pass and their destination - the Black Hills - draws nearer, Emma realizes that out West, the line between right and wrong is sometimes blurred.
Jan 21, Linnae rated it liked it Shelves: clean-reads , historical , lds-fiction , romance. Emmalyne is on her way to the Territories to be a school teacher--and also to escape a loveless engagement, but that is neither here nor there. Until she is captured by an outlaw, desperate for a Say what? Slowly these two fight their way toward civilization, each undergoing some harrowing, painful experiences.
Eventually, they fall in love wait--that wasn't a spoiler, was it? Not the least o Emmalyne is on her way to the Territories to be a school teacher--and also to escape a loveless engagement, but that is neither here nor there. Not the least of which is Thayne's that would be the outlaw's estranged wife.
The premise seemed sappy and unrealistic going in, and there were definitely parts that stretched credibility, but I actually enjoyed it for the most part. Emmalyne didn't immediately change her opinion of Thayne or fall at his feet, which so often seems to happen in these types of books. That change took several weeks to occur, which was good.
Also, Emmalyne stayed true to her upbringing as a lady even down to being super embarrassed and self-conscious about bare feet--another plus. A pet peeve of mine is when these historical romances feature women with very modern ideas about modesty and what is or should be okay.
Actually the swim in the hot springs was one of my favorite parts because it did not compromise that--it was fun and sweet. Dec 14, Rachel rated it liked it. I got this book at a book club Christmas book exchange. It was actually a good book. It is a romance book, but it is a clean romance book.
It is set in , and Emmalyne Madsen is headed out west to be a teacher when her train is attacked by outlaws. She is kidnapped, but fights back, only to be pushed out of the train by the woman sitting beside her. Thayne Kendrich is the outlaw who chooses her, but is he really an outlaw? Well, to spoil it for you, you find out he really isn't. He is looking I got this book at a book club Christmas book exchange.
He is looking for a teacher for his son. Eventually Emmalyne agrees to help him, even though she thinks she is going to help teach the Indians in the Black Hills since that is where Thayne keeps telling her they are going. Their experiences together lead them to fall in love, but Thayne can't marry her quite yet since he needs to get a divorce.
That causes even more problems, but as you can guess, in the end they do have a happily ever after. Captive Heart was an easy, good read. I like simple books which keep you guessing and wondering what will happen next. Glad I got this one.
May 04, Jane rated it liked it Shelves: whitney A few things bugged me about this book. We've got to travel for days across this desert landscape but we've got to opportunity to clarify a few things". Secondly, the first pages or so ring very misogynistic to me- everytime the heroine tries to assert herself or act independently, she screws things up and ends up almost killing h A few things bugged me about this book. Secondly, the first pages or so ring very misogynistic to me- everytime the heroine tries to assert herself or act independently, she screws things up and ends up almost killing herself.
WE know that the kidnapping hero has her best interests at heart, but she thinks she is going to be raped! Why shouldn't she do everything she can to escape??? I wanted to cheer at the beginning when she threw the bandit off the train, but then she just continually needed to be rescued from herself the next third of the book. Perhaps I was taking it too seriously? Once this book got past the initial pages or so I started enjoying it a lot more- the story was original and the characters interesting.
I just wish it had started differently! Jun 01, Michelle Llewellyn rated it liked it. As a fan of Counting Stars who found All the Stars in Heaven to be a weak sequel I was pleased to pick up this third installment of Michele's writing and find it to be a well written story with interesting characters and conflicts.
I enjoyed the romance and adventure between Emma and Thayne whose mysterious family situation kept my interest but I agree with another reviewer who pointed out Thayne's character is not very believable especially when circumstances between his wife and son are revea As a fan of Counting Stars who found All the Stars in Heaven to be a weak sequel I was pleased to pick up this third installment of Michele's writing and find it to be a well written story with interesting characters and conflicts.
I enjoyed the romance and adventure between Emma and Thayne whose mysterious family situation kept my interest but I agree with another reviewer who pointed out Thayne's character is not very believable especially when circumstances between his wife and son are revealed and he does seem too good to be true at times. I dunno, perhaps a few love triangles such as competition for Emma from Red Hawk and Christina for Thayne's affections would've kicked it up a notch. Also, everyone seemed a little too accepting of the token black minority family so easily placed in the sterotype of cooking and working for the "white folks".
Good thing Marcus and Pearl found an excuse not to attend the barn raising as I very much doubt they would've been welcome. Nevertheless, this was a good book and I look forward to reading more by this author. Apr 18, Emmalynn Herbstritt rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. The one thing that I like a lot is how the main character's name is Emmalyne, which is close to my name. I love the story line.
A lone teacher is abducted by an outlaw. They travel through the prairie, the whole time slowly falling in love. They travel to an Indian tribe to get the outlaws child whom she is supposed to teach. She learns that Thayne, the outlaw, is not really an outlaw when they arrive at his farm. She teaches his son Joshua, still continuing to fall in love with Thayne. In the end, they get married and have another child after solving the problems with Thayne's former wife, Christina. I love how this book was an awesome adventure from the beginning, but with a good amount of romance and mystery mixed into it.
From the very first sentence of the story, I was hooked.
Jun 23, Heather rated it it was amazing. I give this book 4 stars because I just had so much fun reading it. It's a cute romance story about a really good guy put in poor circumstances. Thayne is desperate enough to join a group of bandits and kidnaps a teacher off a train heist. Not just any teacher Emmalyne is beautiful and exactly what he is looking for. She is running from her present situation hoping for adventure and that is exactly what she got. A little Stockholm syndrome creeps in but in the end they find out it's true love.
I I give this book 4 stars because I just had so much fun reading it. I'm sure in real life we would all be reading about this in the paper and shaking our heads but in fictional stories, it's cute fun and you fall in love with the characters. I did hate that Thayne had a past with a very cruel wife. It is sickening to believe such a person could exist. Overall an amusing book. Mar 02, Andrea rated it it was amazing. I wasn't drawn to this book by the cover, and I honestly had no idea what it was about. I just read it because it's a Whitney Award Finalist.
But, I am happy to say that it was really good! It tells about a single Bostonian woman heading West to become a school teacher and to avoid a marriage her father wants for her. Her train is stopped by robbers, and she is picked to go with them. She fights hard to avoid being taken, but ends up being pushed from the train. Her abductor isn't who she thou I wasn't drawn to this book by the cover, and I honestly had no idea what it was about. Her abductor isn't who she thought he was, and she's faced with being taken to the Black Hills to teach.
Such a fun and entertaining story that I didn't want to put down I shouldn't have started reding so late last night.
A good, clean romance with some very interesting insights into mining life in the Black Hills. Oct 25, Kelly rated it liked it. Michele Paige Holmes has an interesting story, she has some good characters, I enjoyed her writing style. I just really struggled with a big WHY? Why would you think that it would be a good idea join a band of robbers, board a train and kidnap a woman in hopes to bring her home to teach your son?
Why would you think that God would lead you to the right person.
Why could you not just advertise, and bring a teacher to your home the normal and legal way? Other than that major fundamental chall Michele Paige Holmes has an interesting story, she has some good characters, I enjoyed her writing style. Other than that major fundamental challenge for me to wrap my mind around, I did enjoy the book.
I loved spunky Emma, and little Joshua, and the friend Marcus. Decent read. The volume of J. This is unsurprising, since the doubling would be extremely difficult to achieve on stage. It is however, possible that it took place in the novelised version Wooll wrote in Several radio and television versions were made between and the s. Doubling would have been possible on radio, but certainly more impactful on screen. Such a view is supported when we consider that other instances of doubling are especially linked to film. Not only is the film audience afforded the opportunity of seeing both Mark and Frank, importantly these characters are able to see one another.
There was an undercurrent of narcissism present in the relationship between the two men. In addition, there was the suggestion of homosexual desire. We can connect such readings more closely to the fact that Mark and Frank were played by Bogarde. In the seven years between Hunted and Libel , Bogarde appeared in a variety of films, and began to be listed by the trade magazine Motion Picture Herald as a draw at the British box office.
Soon after Hunted , Bogarde played another man-on-the-run, though this time an innocent one, in Desperate Moment , Compton Bennett. Other roles saw Bogarde breaking the law. Like other stars of the time, Bogarde appeared in several war films in the s, beginning with Appointment in London Philip Leacock in In these films Bogarde mostly played members of the middle or the upper classes. His status as a star at the British box office at this time was impressive, 5 th in both and , and in between rose higher: 2 nd , 1 st , 3 rd , 1 st and 2 nd The narrative turns on the uncanny physical similarity between drunken English lawyer Carton and French aristocrat Charles Darnay.
While Bogarde does not play both parts in the film Paul Guers is Darnay , this has occasionally been the case. Libel therefore addresses the matter of the double more directly. It is also important to consider our reading of Libel in relation to revelations made after his death about his private life. While this type of publication is distinct from the celebrity scandal magazines which especially proliferated in the s, we spoke about the tricky line stars sometimes had to negotiate.
We commented that in Libel the scandal was connected to class. Class runs through the film. We are introduced to Mark, by Richard Dimbleby, as a Baronet with a long family history, and a palatial stately home in fact Longleat House. It is because of his family name that he is a prominent person — one readers may be interested to learn more about.