Book Reviews of Ride the Wind

Ride the Wind
Ride the Wind
Author: Constance O'Banyon
ISBN-13: 9780843947779
ISBN-10: 0843947772
Publication Date: 10/2000
Pages: 400
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Saber Vincente is in Fort Worth to meet her fiance, Matthew Halloway, when she is kidnapped. Matthew, recuperating from a broken leg, enlists the help of a good friend and tracker Reese Starret.

Saber is not without her own resources, and manages to escape, running right into Reese. Reese knows that Felton, the kidnapper, will stop at nothing to get Saber, and brings her to his ranch to keep her safe.

Reese is embarrassed to have a wealthy landowners daughter on his poor ranch. Saber proves she is not a spoiled little rich girl, cooking and cleaning and riding the range with him and his hired hands.

Reese has a hard time fighting his growing attraction for Saber. What he doesnt count on is Sabers resourcefulness and her strength, when she realizes she loves Reese and does everything in her power to ignite the passion that surrounds them.
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Since I met Saber in TEXAS PROUD, I already knew her by the time she showed up in RIDE THE WIND. Reese is such a wonderful hero--he didn't feel like he was good enough for Saber, but she proved to him that he was. I liked her brother, Noble, entering the book, since we learned his story in Texas Proud. I loved both books and I didn't want them to end. ...
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It was a race against time.In a desperate bid to rescue his best friend's bride-to-be, Rese Starrett thundered across the dusty plains,praying for a micacle. Because it would take a miacle to save the beautiful and pampered Sabor Vincente from death,or worse, at the hands of her kidnappers. Dealing with a lowdown snake like Graham Felton . Ress expexted hardship,expected bloodshed. The only thing he didnt expect was to fall in love with the innocent girl entrusted to his care.