Hawk O'Toole's Hostage

Hawk O'Toole's Hostage

Book - 1997
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Baker & Taylor
Kidnapped, along with her young son, off a train-load of tourists, Miranda Price is held hostage on a remote reservation by Hawk O'Toole, a man desperate to help his people, only to find herself drawn to her aloof but tender and seductive captor

Blackwell North Amer
To Hawk O'Toole, she was a pawn in a desperate gamble to help his people. To Miranda Price, he was a stranger who'd done the unthinkable: kidnapped her and her young son off a train full of sight-seeing vacationers. Now, held hostage on a distant reservation for reasons she cannot at first fathom, Miranda finds herself battling a captor who is by turns harsh and tender, mysteriously aloof and dangerously seductive.
Hawk had assumed that Miranda Price, the beautiful ex-wife of Representative Price, would be as selfish and immoral as the tabloids suggested. Instead, she seems genuinely afraid for her son's life - and willing to risk her own to keep him safe. But committed to a fight he didn't start, Hawk knows he can't afford to feel anything but contempt for his prisoner. To force the government to reopen the Lone Puma Mine, he must keep Miranda at arm's length, must remember that she is his enemy - even when she ignites his deepest desires.
Slowly, Miranda begins to learn what drives this brooding, solitary man, to discover the truth about his tragic past. But it will take a shocking revelation to finally force her to face her own past and the woman she's become, and to ask herself: Is it freedom she really wants...or the chance to stay with Hawk forever?

Baker
& Taylor

Kidnapped, along with her young son, off a train-load of tourists, Miranda Price is held hostage on a remote reservation by Hawk O'Toole, a man desperate to help his people, only to find herself drawn to her aloof but tender and seductive captor. 150,000 first printing. $150,000 ad/promo.

Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, c1997
ISBN: 9780553104486
0553104489
Branch Call Number: F BRO
Characteristics: 215 p. ; 22 cm

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