Book Reviews of Comanche Woman (Sisters of the Lone Star, Bk 2)

Comanche Woman (Sisters of the Lone Star, Bk 2)
Comanche Woman - Sisters of the Lone Star, Bk 2
Author: Joan Johnston
ISBN-13: 9780440236801
ISBN-10: 0440236800
Publication Date: 11/26/2002
Pages: 416
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 113 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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2 of 3 in Lone Star series - can be read alone but you will want the others
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I enjoyed this book. Sometimes it took too long to get to the point. Still and all, a good read.
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Very romantic.
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Second in the series. The story of Bay Stewart.
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Excellent romance! A little strong hero type action!
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EXCELLENT reading
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Kidnapped by Comanche Indians, Bay Stewart thought never to see her family again. But for 3 long years, half-breed Long Quiet searched for her, risking his life to find her and bring her home...for himself.
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The second book in the trilogy, it was pretty good and full of action.
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Engrossing romance novel. Love the character of Bay and reading about her growth as a strong individual.
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This was my first Joan Johnston book. I became an instant fan after reading this novel. The main charachter "Bay" shows us that prejudice is generally based on the unknown. She and Long Quiet work struggle to find a place between their two worlds. The story line keeps you insterested every page of the way. I just couldn't put this one down.
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Wonderful book! I reccommend this book to anyone!
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In the three years Bayleigh Stewart has been held captive by the Comanches and has been sharing a tipi with "Many Horses" a great warrior, she has not been forgotten by her family and most of all by "Long Quiet". Long Quiet,who is half Comanche and half white man, cannot forget the beautiful girl he met in Boston years ago and on behalf of the Stewart family has been searching high and low for her. Finally after three years he discovers she
is now called "Shadow", a woman living amongst a tribe that believes her to have strong powers.Many Horses bestows Shadow as a gift to Long Quiet after saving his life and the love affair begins. It is now up to Long Quiet to return her to her family.The question is will Long Quiet be happy living in the white mans world with Bay when he is a Comanche at heart? And..will Bay be accepted by the world she left behind and how will she adjust to it?
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Very good book. Follows right along to the first book Frontier Woman. I can't wait to see what happens with Sloan in the 3rd book. I tell all my friends to read this book.
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kept my attention, enjoyed the history
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Love this book. Enough said.
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Great book, hard to put down once started.
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This book is the prequel to "The Cowboy and The Texan"
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Long Quiet...born of a white father and an Indian woman....searches for the only woman he can love...they named her Shadow...Bayleigh Stewart had been abducted and then sold to highest bidder. The love story that bridges both worlds...the white man's and the Indian tribe's.
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Known to Comanches as Long Quiet and to whites as Walker Coburn, Long Quiet treads a fine line between the worlds of his mother and father. For three years he has searched for Bayleigh Stewart, who was taken hostage by Comanches, because he can't forget the impression she made on him in a ballroom in Boston. However, he doesn't hold out much hope that he'll find her or that she'll remain unscathed by her captors. By a quirk of fate he gets a solid lead, follows it to an encampment deep in Comanche territory, and finds Bayleigh unharmed because the Comanches believe that she has powers that can be used for good or ill. Bayleigh is not sure what to make of Long Quiet, nor is she sure that she wants to go back to the family that never found her good enough.
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Born to a white father and his Indian bride, Long Quiet believed his destiny lay with his Comanche brothers. But his heart secretly belonged to Bayliegh Steward, daughter of the richest cotton planter in Texas, who's been abducted by a marauding brave and sold to the highest bidder. For years he'd searched for the violet-eyed beauty, and now a strange twist of fate led him to her.
Called Shadow by her captors, Bay had almost given up hope of rescue, when a rugged stranger in buckskins appeared, risking his life to bring her home....and awakening a passion that burned hot and true. Bay knew her place was with her family. But Long Quiet hadn't found her only to lose her again. He had to convince this woman-his woman-that her true home was with him...as together they would fight for a love strong enough to bridge two worlds......
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Born to a white father and his indian bride, Long Quiet believed his destiny lay with his Comanche brothers. But his heart secretly belonged to Bayleigh Stewart, daughter of the richest cotton planter in Texas, who'd been abducted by a marauding brave and sold to the highest bidder. For years he'd searched for the biolet eyed beauty, and now a strange twist of fate led him to her.
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In the arms of a bold warrior, she found a love beyond her wildest dreams!
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Born to a white father and his Indian bride, Long Quiet believed his destiny lay with his Comanche brothers. But his heart secretly belonged to Bayleigh Stewart, daughter of the richest cotton planter in Texas, who'd been abducted by a marauding brave and sold to the highest bidder. For years he'd searched for the violet-eyed beauty, and now a strange twist of fate led him to her.

Called Shadow by her captors, Bay had almost given up hope of rescue, when a rugged stranger in buckskins appeared, risking his life to bring her home...and awakening a passion that burned hot and true. Bay knew her place was with her family. But Long Quiet hadn't found her only to lose her again. He had to convince this woman-his woman-that her true home was with him...as together they would fight for a love strong enough to bridge two worlds.
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Blurb on back of book:

Born to a white father and his Indian bride, Long Quiet believed his destiny lay with his Comanche brothers. But his heart secretly belonged to Bayleigh Stewart, daughter of the richest cotton planter in Texas, who'd been abducted by a marauding brave and sold to the highest bidder. For years he'd searched for the violet-eyed beauty, and now a strange twist of fate led him to her.

Called Shadow by her captors, Bay had almost given up hope of rescue, when a rugged stranger in buckskins appeared, risking his life to bring her home ... and awakening a passion that burned hot and true. Bay knew her place was with her family. But Long quiet hadn't found her only to lose her again. He had to convince this woman -- his woman -- that her true home was with him ... as together they would fight for a long strong enough to bridge two worlds ...