Saturday, April 10, 2010

Breed True by Gem Sivad

Title: Breed True
Author: Gem Sivad

Publisher: Liquid Silver Books

Publication Date: 2010

ISBN: 978-1-59578-668-5

Genre: Western Romance

Length: 117 pages

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Heat Level: Sensual
Other: Oral

Reviewer: Suki

Date: April 10th 2010

“Half-Apache rancher Grady Hawke owns close to 10,000 acres of water-enriched, Texas grassland. But as soon as his white father is no longer in control, an Eastern Land Company moves to steal the family ranch, claiming Grady is too Indian to rightfully own Hawks Nest. Grady decides to apply what he’s learned in mixing different strains of cattle. He needs to find a red-haired woman and breed back to the fair skin and Scottish features of his father. With a white child and wife, he plans to appease his neighbors and out-maneuver the greedy Eastern Consortium of business men who are trying to steal Texas land. But when Grady meets auburn-haired widow, Julie Fulton, breeding cattle is the last thing on his mind.”

First I need to preface this review by saying how I rarely read western Romances, those few that I have read I haven’t enjoyed. That just changed Ms Sivad has created a world and characters that are both enjoyable and compelling. Grady is a man with a mission and Julie is a woman with a past. A past that lands her with Grady as her future. Both characters have reason to be distrustful of the other. Neither happy with what fate has decided for them. From the first chapters all they way through the epilogue I was riveted. I cheered and routed for the lead characters and enjoyed the secondary as well. I look forward to what I hope will be more stories about these characters. Anyone who has read my reviews knows I do not give above a 4 lightly… This is an amazing read.

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