Book Reviews of Chase the Wind

Chase the Wind
Chase the Wind
Author: Madeline Baker
ISBN-13: 9780843940695
ISBN-10: 0843940697
Publication Date: 9/1996
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 28 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Twenty-five years ago, Jenny Fallon had given up her half-Apache son to save her husband Rider's life. Now mother and son meet at long last.

Chase the Wind is ready to hate the woman who abandoned him, but he can't. She had been a prisoner of the Apache, just as his people are now prisoners of the white man's reservations. He sympathizes with her quest for freedom and her pain in leaving him.

Before the entire family can be reunited, Chase is framed for murder and sentenced to hang. His family plots his escape, but their plans go awry when a beautiful banker's daughter interferes.

Beth Johnson hates being a lady all the time and longs for adventure. Her one brief meeting with Chase reveals that he is her true soul mate, her destiny. She breaks him out of jail and together they hide out in the rancheria. Their cultural differences are immediately evident, but love helps them survive.
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A wonderful western romance, I love Madeline Baker books
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Loved the book ,and every thing by this author
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I really enjoy Madeline Baker's writing and this book was excellent.
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Eliazbeth Johnson was a woman who knew her own mind. Not for her an arranged marriage with a fancy lawyer from the East. Defying her parents, she set her sights on the handsome young sheriff of Twin Rivers. But when Dusty virile half-brother rode into town, Beth took one look into the stormy black eyes of the Apached warrior and understood that this time she must follow her heart and not her head.
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Headstrong Elizabeth Johnson was a woman who knew her own mind.Not for her an arranged marriage with a fancy lawyer from the east.Defying her parents,she set her sights on the handsome young sheriff of Twin Rivers.But when Dusty's virile half-brother rode into town,Beth took one look into the stormy black eyes of the Apache warrior and understood that this time she must follow her heart and not her head.