An Indian Affair HE WAS A HALF BREED as hard and proud as his Seminole ancestors bitter about his elegant Bostonian mother s abandonment of him and a bounty hunter tougher than the criminals he tracked Andrew Fox w

  • Title: An Indian Affair
  • Author: Doreen Owens Malek
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • HE WAS A HALF BREED as hard and proud as his Seminole ancestors, bitter about his elegant Bostonian mother s abandonment of him, and a bounty hunter, tougher than the criminals he tracked Andrew Fox was dangerous to the men he hunted for a living and to the women he chased for pleasure He needed no one until Lucinda Warren came to town.Shy, reserved Lucinda was as civiliHE WAS A HALF BREED as hard and proud as his Seminole ancestors, bitter about his elegant Bostonian mother s abandonment of him, and a bounty hunter, tougher than the criminals he tracked Andrew Fox was dangerous to the men he hunted for a living and to the women he chased for pleasure He needed no one until Lucinda Warren came to town.Shy, reserved Lucinda was as civilized as Fox was wild He knew she was wrong for him and he fought against his passionate need for her She was the most precious prize he had ever captured, and to keep her he was, finally, willing to pay the highest price of all his love.

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    1. Doreen Owens Malek says:

      aka Faye Morgan From I am Doreen Owens Malek, author of over forty books and lifelong fan of romantic fiction I live in PA with my husband and college student daughter, a mini dachshund and a sun conyer parrot I would like to tell you a little about myself I came to writing by a circuitous route, starting out as an avid reader of JANE EYRE and WUTHERING HEIGHTS and GONE WITH THE WIND and REBECCA and any other similarly themed books I could find I first worked as a teacher and then graduated from law school when I desired a lucrative and independent career I had always been discouraged from pursuing a writing career by the volatile nature of the business and the relatively poor chance for success But the realization that I needed a focus for the future encouraged me to do what I had always wanted to do I sold my fledgling novel to the first editor who read it, and I have been writing ever since I have written all types of books for all types of people, but my favorite literary pursuit is and always has been romance Nothing is as rewarding as hearing from my readers, so please use my website to communicate your thoughts and criticisms, as I am always eager to learn from you A romance novel rarely disappoints me in an uncertain world filled with tragedy and sadness, reading about an appealing woman finding a strong man to love her and share her life is the perfect escape I like to read and write stories in which the main characters overcome obstacles to get together, and then stay together because their mutual devotion cannot be denied no matter what else is happening around them They always HELP each other and reinforce the quaint but enduring notion that love conquers all at least in the fictional universe of my imagination So pull up a chair and take down a book or pick up a Kindle and join me in a world where the heroes are tough and headstrong but never boorish and the heroines are feminine and sympathetic but never helpless.



    2 thoughts on “An Indian Affair

    1. If a guy is rude, if a guy says he doesn't want you, if a guy throws you out of his life, you don't offer yourself on a tray for him. It doesn't matter if you are still a virgin at old age and if he is a handsome, tall, hot, rich guy.Five Negative Stars! I quit!Guys, I don't usually swear, but guess what? A bad book, a waste of my precious time, makes me MAD! So, pls, bear this with me:I'm banging my head on the wall for having read until 59%:After Drew puts the door of Cindy's friend's apartmen [...]

    2. My opinion.I wanted to really like this one, but it just fell flat. The writing was a little dry. There were some areas in the story that had a lot of details about nothing. They felt like fillers.Paulae BFF was just annoying and sounded like the jealous friend from page one. Why Cindy took any of that idiot's advice is still a mystery to me. Towards the end I felt like maybe Cindy, the heroine, was masochist since she had Paula in her life. Only someone who would love pain would have that "thin [...]

    3. Cindy goes to Florida to stay with her former College Roommate. Cindy is researching Seminole Native American Stories for her thesis. When she meets Andrew who is 1/2 Native American, she falls hard for him. She has never had a steady boyfriend, has never been interested in sex. Now she sees what all the fuss has been about. Andrew is a love em and leave him kind of guy. His mother had a brief affair with his father. She returned when Andrew was a baby, but only long enough to leave him to be ra [...]

    4. I'm giving this 2.5 stars. While it was a quick read that wasn't written poorly you get sick of Drew's attitude and his issues that keep popping up. That kept me from liking him and connecting with him at all. Because this is a novella of course everything moved quickly so some of it may be a little unbelievable in that time frame plus you have Cindy trying to write her thesis which she barely spends time on.

    5. As a person with one parent white and the other Native American (not Indian, those people come from India in Asia), I found the back and forth emotions of Drew accurate. The characters interaction started and stopped but sometimes that is the way people with strong personalities interact on their journey to find each other. Personally I enjoyed An Indian Affair.

    6. I liked this book very much. It was hard at first to believe the characters fell in love so fast and even harder since we weren't able to see it through Drew's perspective. But once the story got going it was a really sweet love story. I liked it but not as much at An Indecent Marriage.

    7. "An Indian Affair" by Doreen Owens MalekVery sweet, a little dated but enjoyable. I'm guessing it was first published as a harlequin.Strangly it's tagged as erotic on but it isn't.

    8. This was a fairly good story but one I felt I had read before. There is nothing all that unique about it other than being a little dated. but overall a nice, easy read with believable characters.

    9. NICE ROMANCE BETWEEN A HALF SEMINOLE/WHITE MAN DREW & A CAUCASIAN WOMAN CINDY. IT WAS OK BUT IT READ TO MUCH LIKE Y/A BOOK WAY TOO TAME FOR ME. IT WAS CUTE BUT BORING.

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