Heartfield: The Trilogy

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Heartfield: The Investigation

Karen Patterson is only dong her job when she goes undercover into the intentional community of Heartfield. The family of wealthy socialite Ann-Marie Fales, certain their daughter had been brain-washed by the elusive group, was raising serious concerns, and it was time for some official involvement.

Rumors about Heartfield were rampant. Women were being abused and held captive, among other things. The only way to know for sure was to send someone in.

But when Karen infiltrates Heartfield she finds something else entirely. Something that speaks to HER lonely heart…

 

Heartfield: The Test

In the second installment of the Heartfield trilogy, police officer Karen Patterson continues her investigation of the male-dominated commune where women are regularly subjected to corporal punishment. But a curious thing has happened; rather than be repulsed by the practices of the community, Karen finds herself drawn to the group and its leader, Clay Sanders.

When the influential parents of member Anne-Marie Markum pressure the sheriff to break the group up, politics comes into play and Karen finds herself caught between an unscrupulous sheriff and a community – and way of life – she’s growing to love. Heartfield offers lots of romance, spanking action and suspense for readers who can expect more adventures in the upcoming third and final installment.

 

Heartfield: The New Life

In the final installment of the Heartfield Triology, former police officer Karen Patterson struggles to adjust to life as the newest member of an old-fashioned community that holds male authority – and spanking – among its sacred rights. 
 
But it isn’t easy for a strong-willed woman to adjust to this new life, and when her new best friend needs some help Karen defies the Heartfield leader Clay Sanders to assist her. When things go wrong, she has to face Heartfield justice. 
 

Will she survive the rules of this community and learn to adjust, or will Karen be forced to admit defeat and leave the community she has come to love. 

 

Nov. 8th 2014: This book has been re-written as “Heartfield Ranch”. If you’ve previously purchased this you can log into your account & re-download the new version at no additional cost.

14 reviews for Heartfield: The Trilogy

  1. Tina C. (verified owner)

    Great book, after I read it was really happy got the whole trilogy just because I wanted to finish the whole story.

  2. Tina C. (verified owner)

    Great book, after I read it was really happy got the whole trilogy just because I wanted to finish the whole story.

  3. Alicia (verified owner)

    This is a really good series with all three parts in one book about the intentional community of Heartfield where the men are in charge and take care of their woman including discipling htem when needed. Karen Patterson is given a job to go undercover in this community to see if the rumors about the women bing held against their will and being brainwashed is true. Instead she finds a place that she can actually see herself wanting to be as well. There are lots of ups and downs in this series and the plot just keeps on moving along. Very good series.

  4. Alicia (verified owner)

    This is a really good series with all three parts in one book about the intentional community of Heartfield where the men are in charge and take care of their woman including discipling htem when needed. Karen Patterson is given a job to go undercover in this community to see if the rumors about the women bing held against their will and being brainwashed is true. Instead she finds a place that she can actually see herself wanting to be as well. There are lots of ups and downs in this series and the plot just keeps on moving along. Very good series.

  5. angelia (verified owner)

    Action romance and laughs through out all three books Well written and easy to follow along the only thing that stopped me from giving 5 stars was the ending on the last book if the came out with a fourth book it would make it 5 stars

  6. angelia (verified owner)

    Action romance and laughs through out all three books Well written and easy to follow along the only thing that stopped me from giving 5 stars was the ending on the last book if the came out with a fourth book it would make it 5 stars

  7. Adele (verified owner)

    I cannot review this book because I am told the file is either damaged or curupted. I also cannot get a hold of blushing books for help or a refund. I am hoping this post will get me. Some results

  8. Adele (verified owner)

    I cannot review this book because I am told the file is either damaged or curupted. I also cannot get a hold of blushing books for help or a refund. I am hoping this post will get me. Some results

  9. TG (verified owner)

    Nice trilogy. Interesting plot. I enjoyed the last one the most. More spanking. 🙂 All in all, nicely done.

  10. TG (verified owner)

    Nice trilogy. Interesting plot. I enjoyed the last one the most. More spanking. 🙂 All in all, nicely done.

  11. Sarah (verified owner)

    This book is about a community of strong dominate men who believe in loving discipline and a simpler life. This book is broken up into three parts…in the beginning Karen a police officer is sent in to find a missing girl who her parents believe is being held against her will and returned to her family. In the second part Karen is starting to fall for the leader Clay. She hasn\\\’t found any abuse or brainwashing, but she starts to find herself. In the last part Karen makes a big mistake and hopes it doesnt get kicked out of the community she has comes to adore and away from the man she loves.

  12. Sarah (verified owner)

    This book is about a community of strong dominate men who believe in loving discipline and a simpler life. This book is broken up into three parts…in the beginning Karen a police officer is sent in to find a missing girl who her parents believe is being held against her will and returned to her family. In the second part Karen is starting to fall for the leader Clay. She hasn’t found any abuse or brainwashing, but she starts to find herself. In the last part Karen makes a big mistake and hopes it doesnt get kicked out of the community she has comes to adore and away from the man she loves.

  13. Kevan

    This was re-released as “Heartfield Ranch: Communities of Discipline, Book Two,” and supposedly I should be able to download a free update to that newer version, but it doesn’t appear in my downloads list, so I’m reviewing the version I read some time ago and just re-read. The fact that this is an earlier book by a less skilled author shows. The chapters are shorter and choppier, and they’re themselves divided into smaller parts that take about a minute each to read, so it’s very difficult to lose yourself in the book. And there are actually three stories in the book. The first two are all right, but the last is pretty terrible, as the heroine who was so smart in the first book enlists a couple of friends to do something so insanely stupid that reading further is just an exercise in waiting for the inevitable trouble, rescue, and ass-whooping. And throughout the book there are conversations between the men that are utterly unlike any such conversation in the real world; guys just don’t talk this way. Finally, the Heartfield in this book doesn’t bear much resemblance to the Heartfield in the first book; that one seemed to be somewhere in the Northwest mountains, and this one seems to be somewhere in the western plains. I do look forward to whatever Blue/Wilde writes next, because she’s gotten better since this.

  14. Kevan

    “This was re-released as “”Heartfield Ranch: Communities of Discipline, Book Two,”” and supposedly I should be able to download a free update to that newer version, but it doesn’t appear in my downloads list, so I’m reviewing the version I read some time ago and just re-read. The fact that this is an earlier book by a less skilled author shows. The chapters are shorter and choppier, and they’re themselves divided into smaller parts that take about a minute each to read, so it’s very difficult to lose yourself in the book. And there are actually three stories in the book. The first two are all right, but the last is pretty terrible, as the heroine who was so smart in the first book enlists a couple of friends to do something so insanely stupid that reading further is just an exercise in waiting for the inevitable trouble, rescue, and ass-whooping. And throughout the book there are conversations between the men that are utterly unlike any such conversation in the real world; guys just don’t talk this way. Finally, the Heartfield in this book doesn’t bear much resemblance to the Heartfield in the first book; that one seemed to be somewhere in the Northwest mountains, and this one seems to be somewhere in the western plains. I do look forward to whatever Blue/Wilde writes next, because she’s gotten better since this.”

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