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Bright Morning Star (Zebra Splendor Historical Romances)
Bright Morning Star - Zebra Splendor Historical Romances
Author: Kathryn Fox
ISBN-13: 9780821760451
ISBN-10: 0821760459
Publication Date: 10/1/1998
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
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4.5 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Josie Hardwick is a southern woman for all seasons! Shes beautiful and smart and is hellbound for leather to get out of Tennessee and head west. Wagons ho! The wagon master just happens to be sexy Caleb McCall, a man who knows the rugged territory they'll be traveling over -- and he should, since he was raised by Native Americans. As the adopted brother of Sioux, Caleb has more mysteries and secrets in store for the forthright Josie. As they proceed on their journey west, passions ignite like prairie fire under a harvest moon. Delightful!
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Josie Hardwick was scared to death of Indians, but she just had to go West. Tennessee held only bad memories. She had no prospects, no money, just the determination to find a better life. What she found was wagonmaster Caleb McCall. Raised by the Sioux, Caleb was a man divided--born white, yet joined in spirit to the proud warriors he called brother. When he caught a tiny hellion named Josie tagging behind his wagon train, he discovered a woman brave enough to face danger at his side, passionate enough to step into his arms. But Caleb intended to return to his adopted family, to fight for a noble people who were vanishing with every snow. A people Josie called savages. If she followed Caleb, she would be swept into an unknown world where fear could destroy her-or where ecstasy waited with a future as newborn and glorious as the..Bright Morning Star