Book Reviews of Lone Warrior

Lone Warrior
Lone Warrior
Author: Bobbi Smith
ISBN-13: 9780843950281
ISBN-10: 0843950285
Publication Date: 7/2002
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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One of my favorite authors!
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Ms. Smith is a wonderful writer, all her stories are action packed and full of romance.
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This book is excellent. It was fast paced, I found I couldn't put it down it kept me very interested to see how things would turn out.
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Trying to forget his past, Wind Ryder was presented with the beautiful blond white woman........how will he deal, having been stolen himself many years ago by this same Comanche tribe....
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Poised for the adventure of a lifetime in the rugged west,Marissa Williams quickly learned how untamed the frontier could be as a party of raiding Comanche snatched her from her chaperone and spirited her away to their village. There she met Wind Ryder.
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Poised for teh adventure of a lifetime in a rugged West, Marissa Williams quickly learned how untamed the frontier could be as a party of raiding Comanche snatched her from her chaperone and spirited her away to their village. Once there, they stripped her of her clothes and sent her to a tipi to await her fate. When a virle, broad-shouldered warrior entered, she feared the worst. but his green eyes calmed her fears, and then his searning kiss enflamed a passion that set her shaking all over again.
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Poised for the adventure of a lifetime in the rugged West, Marissa Williams quickly learned how untamed the frontier could be as a party of raiding Comanche snatched her from her chaperone and spirtied her away to their village. Once there, they stripped her of her clothes and sent her to a tipi to wait her fate. When a ririle, broad shouldered warrior entered, she feared the worst. But his green eyes calmed her fears, and then his sering kiss enflamed a passion that set her shaking all over again.
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Nice romance. New author for me.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this story. I loved the characters and the way Bobbi Smith tells the story. If you like adventure and romance this is a great book.Block out some time because it's hard to put down!
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From Amazon:
Marissa Williams, New Orleans debutante, travels by stage coach to begin her new life with her Uncle George after the death of her father. At a stage coach way station, Marissa survives a raid by a Comanche camp, however she is taken as captive. She is given to Wind Ryder as a gift because of a vision the tribes Chief, and also Wind Ryder's adoptive father, because she is to bring peace to the tribe. The surprise to Marissa is that Wind Ryder is a white man, taken as a captive as a young boy, and raised in the Comanche camp.

After denying his white heritage for years, Wind Ryder is surprised by the feelings Marissa (Shining Spirit) brings out in him, including a longing to return to the white world. After the death of his father, and a battle with his adoptive brother, Wind Ryder takes Marissa and returns her to her Uncle and the white world.

Lone Warrior is a great book. The struggle of Marissa at the Comanche camp and the struggle of Zach when he returns to the white world is written smoothly, with many supporting characters to make the book interesting. I highly recommend this book.