Short & Sweet Review: Blackwolf’s Redemption by Sandra Marton

Format: E-book
Read with: Amazon Kindle & Microsoft Reader
Length: Novel
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Harlequin Presents, #2917
Publisher: Harlequin
Hero: Jesse Blackwolf
Heroine: Sienna Cummings
Sensuality: 3
Date of Publication: May 1, 2010
Started On: April 5, 2010
Finished On: April 7, 2010

Storyline: The story takes place in Montana US.  Sienna Cummings, an anthropologist on her way to earning her PHD visits the Blackwolf Canyon to watch the summer solstice and ends up traveling back in time to 1975, when Jesse Blackwolf was alive and owned the land. Jesse grew up to the tales of superstition that surrounds the Blackwolf Canyon though he doesn’t believe in such nonsense any longer. So he too is in time to view the summer solstice when with a round of green thunder, Sienna is hurtled into his life to forever change it.

The first meet: Sienna and Jesse first meet on top of the ledge of the Blackwolf Canyon when Sienna is hurtled back in time while watching the summer solstice.

Time period: The beginning and end of the story takes place in 2010 whilst the major part of the story takes place in the year 1975. Sienna a woman from the present where men and women have equal rights is hurtled into a time period when women were very much treated as the inferior sex, beings that aren’t able to think for themselves or capable of having any opinions for themselves. This irks Sienna more than anything and brings out the fiery spirit in her many a time in the novel.

Awareness between the two characters: This book has one of the best sexual tension sizzling thing going on between the hero and heroine. Ms. Marton always knows how to stir up the reader by creating screaming tension between two characters which is proved by this latest novel by her. Jesse though a loner and would prefer to remain that way has no protection against the intense attraction that sizzles between him and Sienna from the first contact. Hardened by the Vietnam war, with an ex-wife who left him because he is too cold and withdrawn, Jesse is not looking for anything to make his life complicated. Sienna is bewildered by what has happened much less by the passion that catches her unawares every time Jesse touches her or merely looks at her with smoldering heat in his eyes. (sigh!!)

The turning point: The point of no return for these two come when Jesse is unable to let Sienna leave and find her way back to wherever she came from.

How the relationship grows: Though Sienna and Jesse are both reluctant to start any sort of relationship between the two, when Jesse offers Sienna a job as his secretary until Sienna can get back on her own two feet, these two travel to San Fransisco on a business trip and it is there that these two finally succumb to the intense & fiery passion between the two and learn to love one another in the process.

Ending: The ending of the story was a  bit abrupt for me which is the case why this story got a B+ instead of an A-. I felt sort of cheated out when the story ended so abruptly without an epilogue even which would have made the story a much much better one!

Likes: The yummy Jesse Blackwolf. Makes for a truly dreamy hero. Made me wish the story were lengthier than it is.

Dislikes: During the first part of the novel Sienna acts like a total wacko at times growing hot one moment and icy cold the next which irked me. And oh, yes the very abrupt ending. Otherwise no dislikes.

Recommended for: Those who love Ms. Marton’s fiery hot stories. And anyone who just loves a good dose of passionate romance!

Purchase Links: Amazon | Barnes&Noble | BooksOnBoard | Kobo

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15 Comments

    1. Yeah, this book was quite different from her other works. Sandra Marton is always an author to look out for in the Harlequin series.

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  1. ThankQ for ur very informative review hmmm interesting. Ur review gives this Reader great possibilities for ((much)) welcome wicked sensibilities to come…hmmmm..;O)

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  2. note: Just a comment..” I totally LOVE Captive in His Bed (2006) by: Sandra Marton!” Short,Sassy& ((throbing))Hot..mmmyummmmmmmm!” I go back to this Read all the time.

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  3. I read Captive in His Bed ages ago. Should re-read it then! I seem to recall loving that series by Sandra Marton. My favorite being the 3rd book in the series, Naked in His Arms. Sigh!!

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  4. OOOH wow..now…geee whizzzzzzzzzz why did U have ta tell me that…((giggle)) I’m such an addict..tsk,tsk..my reflex led me on a book research just that quick..(ruby..shaking her head at her self)..I’m such a hopeless Romantic…((giggle))I’ve got the cant help it’s..((giggle))Now l@@k what U made me do..there satisfied NAKED IN HIS ARMS is well on it’s way on my gotta read list…((teeheee…)))! Seriously though thanks..

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  5. OOOOOH—bingooooooooooo..gotta goooooooo.**ring**ring***ruby on the phone…araghaaaaaaaa..how much longer will I have to wait until the library or Borders to open…heeheee!

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  6. LOL!! Yep, I remember books that make an impact on my emotions and of course with drool worthy heroes in the mix. You are in for a treat with this one ^_~

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  7. Naked in His Arms is definitely a how to keep the fire in one romance or is it …one’s bed room be it imaginative or real..????????…heeeeee…love it ..((pop))) right on my keeper’s shelf…heeee! thanks again! Now I’ve got to polish off the whole series….sinster full of wicked thoughts laugh..heeee;D!

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