Book Reviews of Racing Moon

Racing Moon
Racing Moon
Author: Cassie Edwards
ISBN-13: 9780451208415
ISBN-10: 0451208412
Publication Date: 5/6/2003
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 30 ratings
Publisher: Signet Book
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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A new arrival to America, Irish artist Maureen O'Rourke is commissioned to paint watercolors at a Lousiana cotton plantation. There, she spies a man in the woods-a proud and noble Chitimacha chief. He is called Racing Moon, and Maureen longs to capture his beauty on canvas. But when the chief returns her admiration, their newfound passion ignites the rage of Maureen's employer...Racing Moon's bitterest enemy.
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Cassie Edwards has such vast knowledge of the Native American Indian - it is so interesting to read her descriptions of Indian life as it was - all her stories are very heartwarming.
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Cassie Edwards has outdone herself once again! She makes everything so easy to imagine! Another true love story she has conjured up to send you on a wild adventure!
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I liked that Edwards tells her story around a peaceful tribe of Indians that are not as well known as the more vicious tribes of history.
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From the back: Leaving her native Ireland behind, Maureen O'rourke arrives in America with her watercolors, her canvasses, and her boundless dreams. She is hired to paint the impressive manor house of Louisiana cotton farmer Taylor Clairmont - a conniving landowner with less-than-noble intentions. While surveying the estate, Maureen catches a glimpse of an Indian - the first she's ever laid eyes on. With his broad chest, raven hair, and chisled features, he is by far the most handsome man she's ever seen. A proud Chitimacha chief, Racing Moon has sworn to stop Clairmont from usurping the land alloted to his tribe. But when he sees a flame-haired beauty on his enemy's plantation, his anger is replaced by desire. Mistaking Maureen for Clairmonts wife, Racing Moon vows to keep his distance. But his decision is no match for his destiny........
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Leaving her native Ireland behind, Maureen O'Rourke arrives in America with her watercolors, her canvases, and her boundless dreams. She is hired to paint the impressive manor house of Louisiana cotton farmer Taylor Clairmont-a conniving landowner with less-than-noble intentions. While surveying the estate, Maureen catches a glimpse of an Indian-the first she's ever laid eyes on. With his broad chest, raven hair, and chiseled features, he is by far the mmost handsome man she's ever seen.
A proud Chitimacha chief, Racing Moon has sworn to stop Clairmont from usurping the land allotted to his tribe. But when he sees a flame-haired beauty on his enemy's plantation, his anger is replaced by desire. Mistaking Maureen for Clairmont's wife, Racing Moon vows to keep his distance. But his decision is no match for his destiny...