Image of Tracker's Sin (Hell's Eight)


Image of Tracker's Sin (Hell's Eight)

Equally strong on plot and hot sex, this latest Hell’s Eight novel shouldn’t be missed. It explores issues such as post-traumatic stress disorder, rape, child abuse and racism without ever becoming preachy or slowing down the heart-pounding action. Veteran readers won’t be disappointed, and newcomers will immediately feel at home.

Texas 1858. Tracker and his twin brother Shadow are trying to find heiress Ari, twin of Desi, who was kidnapped and brutally treated by the comancheros. When Tracker does find Ari, there’s a complication: she has an infant son. In order to save Ari from a dangerous encounter, Tracker marries her. Now, with a little luck, he’ll be able to get Ari and baby Miguel back to the Hell’s Eight ranch safely so she can have a traditional wedding in front of family and friends. (SPICE, Oct., 313 pp., $13.95)
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Rhomylly Forbes