Dangerous Heart

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Dangerous Heart

Dangerous Heart Growing up motherless with an outlaw father made Ginger Freeman hard and unforgiving and for the past seven years she s been driven by a single goal to make Grant Kelley pay for letting her brother di

  • Title: Dangerous Heart
  • Author: Tracey Bateman
  • ISBN: 9780061246357
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
  • Growing up motherless with an outlaw father made Ginger Freeman hard and unforgiving and for the past seven years she s been driven by a single goal to make Grant Kelley pay for letting her brother die Now that she s tracked the hated doctor to a westward bound wagon train, her mission of vengeance is nearly completed But the sense of family and community that suddenlyGrowing up motherless with an outlaw father made Ginger Freeman hard and unforgiving and for the past seven years she s been driven by a single goal to make Grant Kelley pay for letting her brother die Now that she s tracked the hated doctor to a westward bound wagon train, her mission of vengeance is nearly completed But the sense of family and community that suddenly surrounds her is unlike anything Ginger has ever experienced And under the nurturing eye of Miss Sadie, the outlaw s daughter begins to lose her rough edges Here, in the company of loving, newfound friends, Ginger feels herself becoming part of something much bigger than revenge.But catastrophe is in the wind when her pa and his gang arrive to infiltrate the wagon train Will Ginger s new relationship with God tear her away from her family forever and cost her everything she s now begun to hold dear

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    1. SheLove2Read on said:

      This wasn't my favorite of the series but the heroine Ginger was the most deserving of a happy ending of the three women. I also loved the message in this story about God's love and how salvation can't be earned but is freely given to anyone who desires it. C++

    2. Wendi on said:

      Perfect for : Personal reading, Book Club reading (Discussion questions are included in the back of the book)In a nutshell: I enjoyed this book a lot, it has a great mix of adventure, romance, danger and life in a wagon-train! Having very little female influence in her life growing up, Ginger Freeman is now a little rough around the edges, but it makes her very lovable and refreshing. Raised within a band of outlaws, her original intent when joining the wagon-train was to kill Grant, the man she [...]

    3. Amydeanne on said:

      I was totally enthralled with this book. Literally after finishing it, I felt like I came out of a spell or deep sleep or something because I was refreshed by it!I fell in love with the main character Ginger - a rough-edged woman trying to figure out how to live a good life and escape her past. Her heart and her desires are struggles we can all relate to whether in the past or present. Ultimately her struggle with who God is and if she could really believe in Him.This reminds me of reading a Jud [...]

    4. Michelle (MichelleBookAddict) on said:

      Dangerous Heart by Tracy Bateman(Westward Hearts: Book 3)4★Historical Romance and Christian Romance that had an actual nice plot. A Hallmark kind of book. I don't often read either historical romance or Christian fiction books. Dangerous Heart had a nice medium and some likeable characters. Tracy Bateman is a new-to-me author and I did jump the gun in reading the last book of this trilogy. I jumped because the heroine, Ginger, seemed more likeable for me. And she is. She's a strong woman who h [...]

    5. Kathryn on said:

      this is the third and last book in the westward hearts series. I was sad to see it end. Ginger is a hard shelled softy. She came is rough at one of the forts with a hidden agenda to seek revenge for her killed brother Clem on "Doc" or grant Kelley, but after getting to know him she has a hard time carrying out her revenge. Things turn for the worst when gingers family a group of outlaws find and attack the wagon train. Her younger brother is wounded and brought back to camp by blake unaware that [...]

    6. Margaret Chind on said:

      I was reading this book during our move, and my computer and internet-less time. Apparently I never made a review. Which is so bizarre to me, but oh well. I do not remember the specifics of this book, having read it three months ago, but I can tell you that I loved it while reading it. It is the third and last installment in the Westward Hearts series from Avon Inspire by Tracey Bateman and I loved the entire series. The characters were so likable and believable. They were real to me and went th [...]

    7. Kate on said:

      As with the other 2 books in this series, the story grabbed me right from the first page and didn't let go until the end. I kind of fell in love with Ginger during the previous book. She was a minor character, but her spunky sassiness caught my attention and that made me excited to read her story.It did not disappoint. My heart broke for her at what she'd gone through as a young child, and rejoiced when she realised she could make better choices in her life, and that she didn't have to be define [...]

    8. Mayda on said:

      The last of the Westward Hearts series, this story centers around Ginger and her need for revenge. She seeks to avenge the death of her brother, wrongly caused by the doctor traveling with the wagon train. But she finds herself seeing the good in the man, and has trouble seeing him as a doctor who would let any man, even an outlaw, bleed to death. As the tale unfolds, the truth emerges, showing that a little knowledge is indeed a dangerous thing. A good conclusion to a well written trilogy.

    9. Janelle on said:

      I liked this book the best of the three. I really enjoyed the way she brought to the forfront that everyone even people who know better sometimes see the wrong side or what they think they see in a person, instead of looking to find what God sees in that person. It is something that I want to remember.

    10. Courtney on said:

      I found the book to be pretty predictable, but that did make it to be an easy book to read. My only real complaint is that the ending seemed a little rushed. One moment Ginger and Grant are fighting and the next they are engaged to be married. I would have liked to have read some romance and courting scenes. While this is not my favorite book by this author, it was worth the read.

    11. Teresa Snyder on said:

      Loved this book. Loved this series. I will miss Blake and Fannie (book one) the most. They were my favorites, closely followed by Miss Saddie. Ginger and Grant had been through so much it was good that they had a happy ending.

    12. Jennifer on said:

      Enjoyed all three books in Westward Heart series. Fannie & Blake, Toni & Sam, and Ginger & Grant were each unique yet similar strong characters with not-so-perfect pasts. Don't know which was my favorite.

    13. Carman on said:

      I am so sad the series is over,but I am looking forward to whatever else this author has in mind. This was an excellent ending to the series, and I just loved it.

    14. Tressa (Wishful Endings) on said:

      I didn't like this one as much as the first book in the series.

    15. Shannah Mauney on said:

      This is a great example of the picture of sin and how God's love can redeem even the ugliest of hearts!

    16. Rebecca on said:

      Clean. Regular cutesie tootsie Christian romance. I read it in the wrong order and it was still ok.

    17. Velma on said:

      Trust in the ones that love you they might suprise you. They will accept you at face value.

    18. Pamela on said:

      I liked the twists and turns (very minor) in this book, but it was my least fav of the 3 in the series.

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