Book Reviews of Indigo Blue (Comanche, No 3)

Indigo Blue (Comanche, No 3)
Indigo Blue - Comanche, No 3
Author: Catherine Anderson
ISBN-13: 9780061080098
ISBN-10: 0061080098
Publication Date: 1992
Pages: 400
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Paperback
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Would definitely recommend reading in order:
Comanche Moon
Comanche Heart
Indigo Blue
Comanche Magic

I really liked this one. I didn't get fed up with the stubbornness of Indigo, like I do wtih some h/h. I do wish Jeremy would have a story of his own though since there's not much detail to him in this one.
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Another great book by Catherine Anderson.
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Really liked this one! I would keep it but I'd rather share the enjoyment with other Catherine Anderson fans.
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This is book 3 of a 4 book series. I would recommend that the series be read in order.
Indigo Wolf is the daughter of Loretta and Hunter Wolf (Comanche Moon) who was raised by her parents to be proud of both her white and Comanche heritage. Problem was, white society would not let her forget that she was a "squaw". An incident from when she was 13 (told in Comanche Heart)will not let her forget what white men in particular think of her.
Jake Rand enters Indigo's life when he signs on as a foreman at Hunter's gold mines, determined to find the source of the "accidents" that have been occurring at the mines. Indigo has no use for him, as she trusts no white man and soon under a less than perfect situation, she finds herself Mrs Jake Rand.
Secrets, mystery, mistrust, misunderstand and a slow building to love makes for a wonderful story. This is a book that I found hard to put aside even for necessary things like sleep. Ms Anderson has a wonderful way of writing. Her characters and story pull you in and you do not want to let go. I believe that even non-readers of the romance genre would enjoy this book.
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Third in the Comanche series by this author. Enjoyed it more than the first two as there wasn't as much anguish and heartache between the two main characters. Could relax and just enjoy reading the story. Indigo still has to overcome the "lesson" she learned as a young girl after almost being raped. Jake has to discover whether his father has truly caused the injuries and "accidents" at the Wolf family mine. Nice read.
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I loved this book. This is a reprint of one of her earlier books and I am going to read it again.
reviewed Indigo Blue (Comanche, No 3) on
Great book....follows the series story line very well!