Sullivan A half breed bastard Sinclair Sullivan knows he has no place in the world Not with white men not with the Comanche and certainly not with Eden Rourke the sister of one of his only friends But when

  • Title: Sullivan
  • Author: Linda Devlin Linda Winstead Jones
  • ISBN: 9780821767450
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Paperback
  • A half breed bastard, Sinclair Sullivan knows he has no place in the world Not with white men, not with the Comanche and certainly not with Eden Rourke, the sister of one of his only friends But when Eden meets him on the road to Rock Creek, she insists that he accompany her to town With two orphaned waifs in her wagon, and enough determination to fell a much stuA half breed bastard, Sinclair Sullivan knows he has no place in the world Not with white men, not with the Comanche and certainly not with Eden Rourke, the sister of one of his only friends But when Eden meets him on the road to Rock Creek, she insists that he accompany her to town With two orphaned waifs in her wagon, and enough determination to fell a much stubborn man, Eden s demand is irresistible and once in Rock Creek, Sullivan finds himself unable to resist stealing than one kiss She s certain that their love is written in the stars, despite her brother s objections and yet, Sullivan must first convince himself that he s the man his lovely Eden deserves.

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    1. Second book in the Rock Creek Six series by Lori Handeland and Linda Devlin (aka Linda Winstead Jones), and comparing the first book (Reese) with this one, I have to say that Devlin is by far the stronger writer. Where the plot and characterization of Reese was unfocused, the writing in this second installment is spot-on and makes for an enjoyable day's read.Sinclair Sullivan - the mysterious Comanche half-breed member of the Six - is in the midst of a beating when Miss Eden Rourke stumbles upon [...]


    2. This is the second book in this wonderful series. It starts out with a bang and stays that way for the whole book. Eden Roarke is the sister of Jed, one of the Rock Creek Six gang. She's on her way to Rock Creek seeking her brother along with a couple of adorable orphans she's gathered like a mother hen when she sees a group of men beating up one man in a nearby town. As this is simply not fair, She manages to stop them and loads who turns out to be a good friend of her brothers.Eden is drawn to [...]


    3. In a nutshell: While traveling to visit her brother Jed in Rock Creek, TX, Eden Rourke and her two adopted children come upon a man being beaten by a group of rough-looking individuals. She rescues him and takes him with her, not knowing at first that he is her brother's friend Sullivan, a half-breed Comanche. They manage to get into trouble along the way, drawing them closer together. After arriving at the hotel, Eden quickly makes herself at home and ends up making some enemies, through no fau [...]


    4. Sullivan is the second book in the Rock Creek 6 series by Linda Winstead Jones. You do not read the series in order to understand the story, or the characters. While those reading the books as a series will get a little bit more from the read, newcomers will still be able to fully enjoy the story.A half-breed bastard, Sinclair Sullivan knows he has no place in the world. Not with white men, not with the Comanche – and certainly not with Eden Rourke, the sister of one of his only friends. But w [...]


    5. Sullivan, the Irish IndianWonderfully written story that keeps one turning pages. Eden, sister of Jed, arrived in a town to be stopped by a fight. Well, a beating, six against one. She managed to stop the fight and the ruffians drop the unconscious Sullivan in the middle of the street. Since she has already picked up a little girl and a young boy and made them part of her family. She does the same with Sullivan. When they get to Rock Creek, her brother isn't there. Sullivan can't stop kissing he [...]


    6. I liked the first couple in the series a little better, but only marginally. These two are pretty damn adorable, and I part of what I enjoyed were the interactions between Eden and the rest of the "Rock Creek Six."


    7. Bought the series as a collection. Not sure When I read it. It's confusing to find her books because the collection I have the author is under the name Lori Handeland. Reese is the first book Imread in the series



    8. Oh SullivanThis book was one of those rare finds. I downloaded it on a whim after finding it advertised on BookBub. It was either free or $0.99. I can't remember because I downloaded it months ago. But, boy, am I glad I did. The story is simple. The writing style is simple. But the characters get right under your skin and you can't help but love them. All of them. This is the second book in The Rock Creek Six series but it reads like a stand alone. I had no problems following along and now I'm h [...]



    9. AhhhSullivan. The quiet one. He was the loner in a group of oddly-close men whom killed-for-hire. The Rock Creek Six. Or should I say Rock Creek five because Reese had finally settled down now.Sullivan was the product of a white mother and Cheyenne father. There was quite a bit of history to his background and what made him become the man he is today. At the beginning of the story he is found beaten up and left for dead by who of all people? Jed's little sister: Eden Rourke. Well, Eden and two c [...]


    10. I read this with a silly, goofy grin on my face the entire time. It is so sweet it should have made my teeth hurt something terribly, but somehow it didn't. Eden is this always cheerful, no-obstacle-too-big, always looking at the bright side sort of character (some other reviewer mentioned her being a Pollyanna and I read Pollyanna books as a kid without too much annoyance, maybe their overly positive personas outweighs my own pessimistic self and creates some sort of balance), which should driv [...]


    11. Once again, I rally enjoyed the characters in this story and read this book so as to continue readding about the Rock Creek 6. There were some really touching moments between characters, especially Sullivan and the young boy that Eden adopted. It was very touching. Gripes and caveats (Spoilers):-I was so annoyed at the way Jhed kept butting in and the H and H had to sneel around to be married. It was so annoying to me.-This book had way too much descriptive sex/make out scenes in it. It makes a [...]


    12. I like westerns. I liked this book. It really liked the heroine. When the hero tries to talk her into bed she tells him yes she loves him. Yes she wants to very much. However she won't have sex until after marriage. She could get pregnant and a single mother would be condemned by society and the child more so. She drew her line in the sand. You gotta love a woman with a brain even if she is a total Mary Sue.I've read tons of historical romances and I think this is the first time I've heard this [...]


    13. Another good novel in the Rock Creek series. This story centered around Sullivan Sinclair. I appreciated his character from the start and enriched him in this novel. I like how he was written as a caring yet unsure hero. I also liked how he was paired with Eden, Jed' s sister. She was an interesting heroine with a heart of gold believing the best in people. A good counterpart for Sullivan. I also enjoyed the children characters in this story especially Millie.


    14. I enjoyed this book much more than the first one. Linda Devlin's writing is better than Lori's. The characters were stronger and better defined. The storyline was captivating and kept me engaged from the first page! The best part was no spelling errors! Linda definitely has a better editor and more efficient proofreaders!I will finish the series because of the characters, I just hope that the next book, maybe Lori will have stepped up her game to the same level as Linda!


    15. Solid 4 stars. Not as good as the first in the Rock Creek Six series but there were some really good happenings in this that I loved! The relationship of Eden and Sullivan was great however, I found myself both loving and disliking Eden. In the end, she has one hell of a personality, I had a girl in my high school who smiled just as much as Eden so that was really funny/interesting.


    16. I only bought this book because it's my son's name, but I was pleasantly surprised. Sullivan and the heroine Eden drew me in! This book is more proof that the cheesier the cover, the better the story!



    17. Just finished all 6 of the Rock Creek Six. I couldn't put any of them down. Sullivan is one of my favorites of the six.


    18. I LOVE Sullivan I'll rescue him any day! And then he can spend the rest of his days showing me his appreciation. What a wonderful man. Oh but I would make him marrying first too. :)


    19. 3.5 stars very sweet I loved Eden especially liked that she made sin marry her before they had sex in those days I that was very important.


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