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Return to Book Page. Preview — Comanche Magic by Catherine Anderson. So when Chase saw Franny–a golden-haired angel with deep green eyes, delicate features, and the sweetest smile–he set out to make her his.
As tempted as Franny was, she had too many secrets to let someone enter her world–secrets that would send any reasonable man packing. But Chase was far from reasonable, and despite her desperate attempts to push him away, he would not let her past destroy their future.
For his Comanche heart knew that no price was too great to pay for love, happiness, and most of all, magic. Mass Market Paperbackpages.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Comanche Magicplease sign up. Lists with This Book. May 23, Auntee rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Fans of the series; fans of American historicals. My oh my oh my, have a big box of Kleenex handy when you read this tear-jerker, the fourth and final installment of Catherine Anderson’s wonderful andersn series.
The occasional slow tears I had as I read this book soon turned to full on gushers by the time I got to the last 50 pages. Wow, what an emotional read– and I’m utterly drained.
This was at times a very difficult, depressing read, but also hard to put down. Come to think of it, none of the books in the series was a joyful comanhe in th My oh my oh my, have a big box of Kleenex handy when you read this tear-jerker, the fourth and final installment of Catherine Anderson’s catherinw ‘Comanche’ series. Come to think of it, none of the books in the series was a joyful walk in the park, but they’re all so wonderfully written and have fabulous heroes and heroines that fans of the previous andersonn will definitely want to read this one, no andesron how gut wrenching it is to read.
This is the story of Chase Kelly Wolf, the 25 yr. The story starts out with the sometimes rebellious Chase recuperating from broken ribs at the family home in late ‘s Wolf’s Landing, Oregon. Wolf has dreams of becoming a timber baron so he can make lots of money, which he equates with power and respect. Wolf is struggling a bit with his feelings comwnche his Comanche heritage, is a bit bitter about life and about a woman who ‘done him wrong’, carries a bit of a chip on his shoulder, and is searching magua a path in his life.
When he meets his sister Indigo’s best friend Franny down by the creek and notices her sweet and innocent beauty, the kind that makes men want to ‘fight mountain lions for her–and win’, all thoughts about his injured ribs leave his head.
He is totally smitten. But Chase who has been away from home for years is unaware the sweet, ‘innocent’ Franny is the town’s local prostitute. After hearing that, Chase does his damndest to make Franny miserable, trying to break up her friendship with his sister, figuring that she’s just out to get what she can from Indigo and his family.
He’s totally unfeeling and out and out rude to her, which makes the reader wonder if he’s really the son of the compassionate Hunter and Loretta. But after a heartfelt conversation andersln the always wise Hunter, Chase starts to realize that there may magis special circumstances regarding Franny’s career choice, and feels ashamed of his actions. He vows to apologize to Franny, and tries desperately to make it up to her and to be her friend.
He knows Franny is keeping some big secrets, and is determined to find out what they are. He realizes that she doesn’t act ajderson any prostitute he ever encountered, and knows that there’s got to be some reason why she refuses to let him help her. It’s not until he secretly follows her to her family home that he figures out her sad story. And a mighty sad story it is Well, Franny’s story just about broke my heart. And that ungrateful family of hers? They should be ashamed of themselves.
Franny definitely gave new meaning to the word ‘selfless’, but at times I wanted to shake her and say “do something for yourself girl”, you deserve it! Franny’s guilt and sense of responsibility was just destroying her, and she was so mavia to let herself love–thank God Chase bulldozed his comqnche into her life.
His methods weren’t always tactful, but they were effective, and they were rooted in love. I was just praying that he could get through to her. And Chase–what a man. After a rather bad start, he turned into every bit the man his father was, and more. Once he decided that Franny was his destiny, he was relentless in his pursuit of her.
I just loved that about him. And when Franny compared her reluctance to fall in love with Chase to what happened to her cat ‘Toodles’ when she decided to love it I know it sounds strangeand then confessed her love for Chase, that’s when the tears started flowing and I swear they got worse after each page.
Just when it looked like Franny and Chase might finally get their Mavia, something happened that made me shout “nooooo” The only good thing about that was Xomanche confrontation with Franny’s family and comanceh long overdue kick in the rear they needed. Don’t look for many love scenes in this one. Although Chase was very loving towards Franny, I believe they only had one extended actual love scene, which was tastefully done and by no means explicit. But no matter, this book was all about the beautifully written characters and forgiveness, and learning cathrrine to love oneself.
Wonderfully done, and expertly told by Catherine Anderson.
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As an added bonus there’s a nice little epilogue that includes all the past characters from the series, and will have catherije grabbing for the Kleenex. Great series–all of them winners!
View all 13 comments. Jun 06, jenjn79 rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Recommended to jenjn79 by: Comanche Magic was a good, well-written book Franny, the heroine, was forced into prostitution at the age of 13 after a series of tragedies destroyed her family. She’s spent nine years being degraded and used by men to the point where she feels like a non-person, someone who doesn’t deserve to be loved or respected. It was difficult to read because for the andersoj of the book, she is still a “working girl” and bec Comanche Magic was a good, well-written book It was difficult to read because for the beginning of the book, she is still a “working girl” and because she catherihe about what happened when she was 13 to start her on the life of a prostitute.
catherinne There was a decided Ick factor going on reading about those issues and it was also really sad and disturbing. For a lot of the book, it kept me from getting too invested in the story. It was just hard to read.
But despite this, it was a very good book. Very classic Catherine Anderson. It is definitely the type of story she would tell.
Comanche Magic (Comanche, #4) by Catherine Anderson
Lots of emotion, an atypical heroine, a kind and caring man. So even though the storyline was difficult to read, it still pulled me in, more so as the book progressed. I really wanted Franny to find some peace and happiness in her life.
I wish the ending had been a little catherinf solid on Chase and Franny’s plans. Because of her situation, staying in Wolf’s Landing would be awkward so I wondered what they planned to cafherine. Anderson didn’t settle that and I wish she had. I also wish Amy and Swift Comanche Heart hadn’t been personas non grata.
They barely got a mention and had a seen-but-not-heard appearance at the end. But that’s pretty normal for Anderson to do. Anderxon overall, this is a book Catherine Anderson fans will probably like, but it’s not anderxon a book catnerine will give you a lot of happy feelings.
Even though there was a happy ending, I still felt a bit sad when I finished. A final note – this was the last of the Comanche series, and I have to say the first book, Comanche Moon was the best of the lot. The other books were good, don’t get me wrong, I like them, but they just weren’t as powerful and well-rounded as first. Comanche Moon was the type of book that made me think and will be one of those unforgettable books that I’ve read.
The other three books in the series were more along the lines of just nice romances to read. Y con eso no quiero decir que fue mala, sino que siempre tuve el sentimiento de que algo faltaba Yo esperaba a un Chase oscuro y desconfiado pero me dieron a un enamorado capaz de darlo todo por su amor. Con un pasado “no tan oscuro” y con una actitud “no tan tosca” que si Puedo decir sin temor a equivocarme que es el libro que menos me ha gustado de la autora.
May 29, Corrine rated it really liked it Shelves: Although this isn’t my favorite plot, this story ctherine still entertaining and moving to me, and a decent way to wrap up a good series. Chase Wolf, son of Hunter and Loretta, has lost himself and his upbringing in the hard world of timber. When he returns home to recuperate from an injury, he finds himself more than once being told that he’s changed, and not for the better.
None of it strikes home so greatly as when he terrorizes his sister’s best friend, the local prostitute Franny. He insults Fran Although this isn’t my favorite plot, this story was still entertaining and moving to me, and a anderrson way to wrap up a magoa series.
He insults Franny and threatens to have her run out of town if she persists on being friends with Indigo.