Book Reviews of Chase the Wind

Chase the Wind
Chase the Wind
Author: Janelle Taylor
ISBN-13: 9780821747407
ISBN-10: 0821747401
Publication Date: 11/1/1994
Pages: 542
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Born of an Apache mother, trained in Apache ways, undercover agent Navarro Breed embarks on a perilous mission to save Geronimo and his people. Seeking her own brand of justice against the gun-running desperadoes who killed her husband, Bethany Wind agrees to masquerade as Navarro's wife. It is a journey that will take them from the Arizona Territory to a sprawling Texas ranch and the home of the woman Navarro once loved. And it is a journey that will take them from danger to awakening dessire--and the love that is their extraordinary destiny...
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This is second book in a series of I think 2 books, there very well could be more but do not have them at this time. The First book is Follow the Wind in which I already have posted at this time. I am done with both of them and they are awesome as ususal ( I love all of Janelle Taylor's books.
I will tell you what the back of the book says.

Back Cover says:
Born of an Apaghe mother, trained in Apache ways, undercover agent Navarro Breed embarks on a perilous mission to save Geronimo and his people.
Seeking he own brand of justice against the gun-running desperadoes who killed her husband, Bethany Wind agrees to masquerade as
Navarro's wife,

It is a journey that will take then from the Arizona territory to a sprawling Texas ranch-- and the homeof the woman Navarro onced loved. And it is a journey that will take from danger to awakening desire - and the love and the love that is their extraordinary destiny....

In Chase The Wind.
Janelle Taylor has created an incomparable love story of two people who must battle the pain of the past to seize a radiant future. Set against the sweeping panorama of authentic western history, brimming with snsual passion and intrigue, it is the work of a master storyteller at her spellbinding best.
I highly recommend to read the Book "Follow the Wind" first before you read "Chase the Wind" They are really great books but might have a lot more meaning if you read them in order. You will understand what I mean if you ever order this from me. For these books seem to just go together. Enjoy!
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The award-winning author of seven New York Times bestsellers, Janelle Taylor surpasses herself with this irresistible novel of sweeping adventure and enthralling romance--a sizzling sequel to Follow the Wind. Special Agent Navarro Breed and his beautiful undercover partner embark on a perilous mission to save Geronimo . . . and fall passionately in love.
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Taylor's latest, a sequel to Follow the Wind , is a predictable romance set in the American West circa 1886. Two U.S. government agents, Navarro Breed and Elizabeth Lawrence, who is hiding her identity under the name Bethany Wind, set out after Charles Cordell, a gunrunner who is selling weapons to the Mexican army, possibly even to Apache chief Geronimo. Cordell is the brother of Matt Cordell, who married Navarro's first love, Jessie. In a slow-moving opening rife with repetition, the two agents have a mock wedding and, as husband and wife, head for the Cordell ranch in Texas. After briefly resisting each other's charms, Navarro and Bethany proceed to fall in love and, though they say they mistrust their feelings, enjoy a physical romance. With the appearance of Charles Cordell, who plans to bilk the Apaches of their silver, a bit of tension enters the story, but not much can rescue the anticlimactic ending in which "secrets" the reader already knows are "revealed." Taylor's is a formulaic narrative, but her fans will undoubtedly be pleased.
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Born of an Apache mother, trained in Apache ways, undercover agent Navarro Breed embarks on a perilous mission save Geronimo and his people.
Seeking her own brand of justice against the gun-running desperadoes who killed her husband, Bethany Wind agrees to masquerade as Navarro's wife.

It is a journey that will take them from the Arizona Territory to a sprawling Texas ranch--and the home of the woman Navarro once loved. And it is a journey that will take them from danger to awakening desire--and the love that is their extraordinary destiny...
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Born of an Apache Mother, trained in Apache ways, undercover agent Navarro Breed embarks on a perilous mission to save Geronimo and his people.
Seeking her own brand of justice against the gun-running desperadoes who killed her husband, Bethany Wind agrees to masquerade as Navarro's wife.
It is a journey that will take them from the Arizona territory to a sprawling Texas ranch--and the home of the waman Navarro once loved. And it is a journey that will take them from danger to awakening desire--and the love tha is their extraordinary destiny...