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Love in the Wind
Love in the Wind
Author: Madeline Baker
Shattered by the grief at her fiance's death, Katy Marie Alvarez decides to enter a convent. But fate has other plans. En route to her destination, the coach in which Katy is traveling is attacked by Indians and Katy, the lone survivor, is taken captive by the Cheyenne warrior known as Iron Wing. Soon both feel a love that neither time nor treac...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780843945898
ISBN-10: 0843945893
Publication Date: 3/1999
Pages: 429
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Madeline Baker has outdone herself yet again! What a wonderful story! Lots of love scenes but also other strong emotions like hate and betrayal. Highly reccommended!
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Love in the Wind was the very first romance novel that I ever read and it remains my favorite even now, years later! I found it very well written, and very emotionally provoking.
Love in the Wind is an old western historical romance. Katy is the woman at the center of the story. She was once an heiress to her parents' farm, but decided to become a nun when her fiance was killed by Indians. On her way to the convent, her coach is attacked by rebel Indians and she is the only one left alive, only to be found by a group of Cheyenne. She is taken back to their tribe and is given as a gift to their greatest warrior, Iron Wing, and thus the romance begins. It's true that Katy surely should have learned to hate Iron Wing as she many times proclaimed, but love never knows what it is SHOULD do anyway. Against all odds the two fall in love, and then must fight beyond what they had ever imagined to stay together.
Love and romance, humor and fun, horrifying and tear jerking, this book has everything. It is a truly good read.