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Terrie S. (Terrie) reviewed Embrace the Wind (Warriors of the Wind, Bk 2) on
Ginny Sinclair didn't know anything about the Southwest or Apaches-except that both were wilder than she ever dreamed. Newly arrived in Tucson to help her father start a newspaper, Ginny had a lot to learn...especially from Bonner Kincaid. The townspeople called the tall, handsome half-Apache nothing but trouble, someone to be feared. But Ginny saw a different man, one who filled her with troubling emotions.
Bonner Kincaid was fast to anger, quick with his gun, and determined to right the injustices done to his people. He asked no favors and gave no ground, for his totem was the wind, fierce and free. But Ginny sensed the gentleness beneath Bonner's savage facade. And Bonner recognized the lonliness behind Ginny's lovely smile.
Ginny Sinclair didn't know anything about the southwest or Apaches-except that both were wilder than she ever dreamed.Newly arrived in Tucson to help her father start a newspaper,Ginny had a lot to learn..especially from Bonner Kincaid.The townspeople called the tall,handsome half-Apache nothing but trouble,someone to be feared.But Ginny saw a different man,one who filled her with troubling emotions.
From Literary Times
Tucson is worse than Ginny Sinclair expected. Having lost her first and only love, Ginny is in Tucson, working beside her father at the newly purchased Tucson Sun. Before long, Ginny finds herself the reluctant editor of the newspaper. Pulled into the struggle between the town and the Apaches, Ginny is intrigued by the half-Apache Bonner Kincaide. The attraction is dangerous for both of them in a town torn by hatred and distrust of Indians. Bonner is an interpreter for the U.S. Army and proud of his Apache heritage. Empowered by the wind spirit, Bonner's goal is to help his people face their defeat in order to achieve a much-needed peace. Ginny is just a city woman to him, someone he shouldn't be involved with. But Bonner and Ginny discover the heart is blind to the prejudices of society. And love is worth fighting for. In a stunningly romantic novel, Chelley Kitzmiller brings history alive. Weaving fact with fiction, she has created a memorable story that will stay in your heart.