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Falling in love at first sight with golden-haired captive Eden Whitney, pirate captain Zach Tyson realizes he will risk anything for her, including his adventurous life on the sea. Reissue....

Title : Eden's Promise
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ISBN : 9780505522863
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 480 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Eden's Promise Reviews

  • Celise
    2019-04-03 12:54

    Okay nope. PRETTY PLEASE let me read some of this to you. DNF @ 16%She's just met him about half an hour ago and is already falling "more and more in love with him"... because she's discovered he's nice to his slaves.Zach is on his way to the slave market (even though he doesn't believe in slavery) because there's no other option when running a business than to buy slaves, when he meets Eden. Who is like the shitbecause she's hot and even her dad thinks so. (Most awkward viewpoint for the description of a character's breasts ever?)Okay so Zach buys this woman named Sabrina (who he has to feel up first even though he knows it's wrong but like that's how it works, you know) and Eden sees and gets all upset and jealous because the woman is gorgeous, right? So he hands Sabrina off to a blacksmith to be babysat while he runs after Eden. He hopes his slave doesn't get raped by this creepy blacksmith, but he has no choice, you understand, because he's in love with Eden and her feelings are more important (again just met her thirty mins ago).GUESS WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? Yep.So he comes back and is going to beat up the blacksmith for molesting his slave which he's paid for with good money. He can't though because he has a history as a pirate and doesn't want to cause a scene in town. And Eden being all compassionate and such is like "how horrible for you" to this woman. What an angel.Aaaaand I'm out. Thanks for the trip.I'm usually 100% okay with the fact that books are subjective and not everyone is bothered by the same issues, or that they can be interpreted in ways that are maybe less offensive to some, but the people who rated this five stars... I'm judging you.

  • Lover of Romance
    2019-04-14 15:16

    "Make love to me, darling," he whispered, tracing the outline of her lips with his tongue "Love me with all your heart."I am a huge fan of Cassie Edwards, her stories are always so classic and I love every moment. Edwards has a certain writing style that is captivating and draws your attention to the story without letting go. I was able to obtain a copy of Eden's Promise through Open Library. So I put it under Paperback in the form I read it, because its kinda both a paperback and e book. Let me explain, with open library, these aren't e book editions of the book. They are scanned directly from the book. So you see the real pages, the color of the pages, and its almost like reading a paperback. For those of you, who haven't tried Open Library, you are missing out. There is so much selection especially if you like Zebra historical's as I do. There is quite a few of Edward's book on this site, way more than you will find in the Nook or Kindle store. So I always take advantage of it, since Cassie is one of my favorites to read from. I usually have read her for her Native American Historical's, but I have found her other stories that aren't Indian based, are brilliantly done.Now I will do a short summary of this book, since the synopsis doesn't exactly tell much about it. It actually begins with Zach and Eden meeting on a dirt road, where Eden's wheel on her buggy gets damaged, Zach helps her take her into town to get the wheel fixed. Instantly a spark ignites, and they are instantly drawn to each other. We see a strong bond that quickly forms (and very fast I would say). Zach is a ex pirate, who is trying to make a new life for himself, and when he sees Eden, he knows he is far gone. He falls mad for her quickly, and starts to court her, even though he knows there is a danger to himself in being caught as a pirate. Eden has no men interests until Zach comes into her life, and even though she doesn't know if she can trust him, she wants to. Then Zach gets into a spot of trouble, and in order to free himself from Jail, he must agree to kill his old mentor, friend and Pirate; Captain Jack. He reluctantly agrees knowing he can never have a normal life until he does. Then he finds Eden bound and gagged in the hold of his ship, and must reveal the whole truth to her. With a dangerous mission he is torn between keeping her at his side, or returning her to safety.Zach is actually a good hearted man, and I found myself drawn to him instantly. He is kind and generous and doesn't resemble the "Pirate males" you usually get familiar with, in historical romances. He was sold into becoming a pirate, and then decided he wanted more out of his life. He wants a family, and to have some land and to live out his life in the area he grew up in. I enjoyed seeing how gentle and understanding he is with Eden, but when the situation calls for it, he can be tough as nails. He is protective and possessive at times, but in a way that isn't smothering. A found it to be a good balance for Zach. Eden I liked for the most part, she could have had a bit more spine and been a bit more self aware. I did like how she responds to Zach. Their connection starts fast, a little too fast. The one thing I didn't like is how they were "in love" at the beginning of the story. I like a steady progressive plot towards a romance, and I don't mind the "love at first sight" but this story had it a bit too hurried for my taste. I didn't really feel their connection until late in the book, when conflict escalates quite a bit and puts a challenge to the characters.Overall I found myself enjoying this story quite a bit. And even though there is the main love story between Zach and Eden, there are two sub plot love stories as well, which I felt fit nicely into the story. It didn't seem to be overly much, and with this being a stand alone novel, it worked better than I thought it would when I started it. There is a solid development in the plot, about 1/3 way through, and it starts to really grab your attention. I really liked the way the author puts "Lighthouses" into the mix, and you can tell she has done her homework (I have a love for lighthouses) It brought a unique and intellectual aspect to it a bit :) Its a easy and quick read, but in my opinion there could have been a bit more of substance in the first part of the book. A fun dramatic love story that equaled to a enjoyable read that is one you can enjoy in this beautiful summer season.

  • Maria Sanigan
    2019-03-22 13:18

    One of the best written works that I have ever read in the many books that came past my life. It was a shame to have given this five stars, for truly it was an indescribable, blessedness to have read such an inspiring, captivating love story about a man and a woman whose love were tested a thousand times- and a thousand times they survived. Their love survived. It was a story filled with friendship, faith, trust, love, bribery, brotherhood, conspiracy, greed, honor, love, and the ultimate piracy. It was a story of adventure, intelligently written, POWERFUL. Never came a time when one would question something written in this book. Never came a time when one was confused, lost because there was something in the story that was questionable. Everything was perfectly written. It was not magical, but historical.Reader's NoteThis book was seen lurking on the shelves amongst the thousands of books in a bookstore near my hometown. I was blessed to have discovered it. CHEERS TO PIRACY AND THE ROMANCE OF THE SEAS!

  • Janet Meeks
    2019-03-19 08:00

    Cassie Edwards always gives us a good read. The book I have was published in 1989. It is a classic romance, even down to the dialogue. "I will love you always". Greatly recommend to read.

  • Medusa Dracul
    2019-04-19 08:55

    I really loved this book...i didn't at first think it was going to end with a happy ending...but it did...great job Cassie Edwards

  • Heather
    2019-04-06 16:12

    The best Edwards' I've read so far.

  • Crystal Cowles
    2019-03-22 13:07

    probably the most in-depth historical romance books I've ever read. very good read.

  • ѕєяєηιтι
    2019-03-26 11:07

    Sevemedim..Giriş bölüm yokmuş gibiydi hiç hoşıma gitmedi Kızımızın tekerleği bozuluyor oğlumuz yardımına koşuyor tanışalı beş dakika olmuş öpüşüyorlar sonra kasabaya gidiyorlar birbirlerine ellerinden yemek yediriyorlar ertesi gün sevişiyorlar aşık olduklarını anlıyorlar evlenmeye karar veriyorlar vs buraları okurken krize soktu beni resmen hiç inandırıcı gelmedi ilk yüz sayfası 1 yıldız vericektimde neyse böyle jet hızıyla girdiler sonrası beni yakalayamadı kitap maalesef

  • Anne Hendricks
    2019-04-19 08:22

    "Falling in love at first sight with golden-haired captive Eden Whitney, pirate captain Zach Tyson realizes he will risk anything for her, including his adventurous life on the sea."Good read - Edwards is a great writer! Loved the father had a love story too!

  • Kate
    2019-04-05 12:02

    This is a love story where Eden is found by the pirate captian Zach trussed up on his ship. Zach takes eden as his own and plans to keep her, but she has other things in mind.

  • Melis
    2019-04-18 13:18

    Yeşilçam tarzında bir kitap.

  • Duchess Paula
    2019-03-19 14:13

    It's ok. A little fluffy for my taste.

  • Erik09
    2019-03-19 14:19

    promised heaven by all sects, nice

  • Drucilla
    2019-04-06 14:07

    This is your classic bodice ripper....with Pirates! The relationship between the main characters seems to move really fast for the 1800s but other than that, it's a nice read.

  • Normal
    2019-04-13 12:55