Book Reviews of Sundance and the Princess (Cherokee Trilogy, Bk 1) (Loveswept, No 326)

Sundance and the Princess (Cherokee Trilogy, Bk 1) (Loveswept, No 326)
Sundance and the Princess - Cherokee Trilogy, Bk 1 - Loveswept, No 326
Author: Deborah Smith
ISBN-13: 9780553219906
ISBN-10: 0553219901
Publication Date: 5/1/1989
Pages: 185
Rating:
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3.2 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Paperback
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The Cherokee Trilogy::
Sundance and the Princess

Jeopard Surprise was Robert-Redford gorgeous, a golden-haired outlaw whose enigmatic elegance enthralled Tess Gallatin, made her want to break all the rules--and lose herself in his arms! He'd come aboard her boat pretending to court the blue-eyed Cherokee princess, but his true mission--a search for a diamond stolen from the Kara royal treasury--was endangered by Tess's sweet seductive laugh. She was a magnet drawn to his steel, but what hid behind the dark shadows of his iceman's eyes? Tess could deny Jep nothing, not her deepest secrets or her mother's precious rememberance, but she never suspected her lover might betray her...nor imagined how fierce his fury might blaze. Jep felt heartless for terrifying the only woman who had the power to hurt him, but how could Tess refuse him the truth? Once he unraveled her mystery, he tried to set her free. Could Tess make him see that his soul was hers, that a bluebird must follow the sun?
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First book in the Cherokee Trilogy
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very good series
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Follow the story of Jeopard Sunrise and Tess Gallatin----Deborah at her finest